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The 1930 census showed population of Heaver was 2,269.
They had him between the pill-box and the pineapple heaver.
The dolls with the green knee problems tend to be the ones with the slightly heaver builds.
On 1 September 1904, she struck the Heaver Rock.
New infections start in the spring or early summer and conditions that cause prolonged needle wetness promote heaver outbreaks.
Guy de Maupassant had once written that the painting looked like something painted for a carnival wrestling booth by an ignorant coal heaver.
Even today, fundamentalists envisage a Heaver, barred to animals because, after all, only human beings were created in God's image and have souls.
A rover and forward pocket, Heaver started his career at Melbourne and is often remembered for his debut game.
N7019P An heaver experimental category aircraft.
In 1957, during his annual skiing holiday in Zurs, he met Jill Heaver.
The stocks were initially produced by cutting down 1891 stocks and opening up the barrel channels to accommodate the heaver barrel.
The Heaver Estate lies to the south of Balham on its border with Tooting.
She was the daughter of Heaver Fremlin and Margaret Addiscott.
These decisions drew some criticism from within the party from the likes of Michael Heaver of Young Independence.
John Heaver Fremlin (4 March 1913 - 9 March 1995) was an English nuclear physicist.
It is at Heaver Cross-roads and is about two miles to the north-east of Temple Guiting.
Heaver was traded to Port Adelaide for their inaugural year in the AFL and retired after the 1998 season.
Rank and organization: Coal Heaver, U.S. Navy.
The Pumas held their first youth team try outs in July 2007 at Astor of Heaver School in Maidstone.
Originally with Port Adelaide, he and Ben Nelson were traded to Carlton for Brent Heaver at the end of the 1996 season.
Coal Heaver James R. Garrison, Medal of Honor recipient for action at the Battle of Mobile Bay, during the Civil War.
Stuart Heaver from Kent is a runner-up in the adventure category of our travel writing competition for this account of his meeting with the Maasai people of Tanzania.
The Estate mainly comprises substantial houses, was built in the grounds of the old Bedford Hill House and was the work of local Victorian builder, Alfred Heaver.
William Madden (born 1843) was a Coal Heaver in the United States Navy and a Medal of Honor recipient for his role during the American Civil War.
Although UKIP is known for its anti-EU policies, the former Young Independence chairman Michael Heaver used the party's official website to promote policy on university tuition fees.
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