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crave

in Scottish civil procedure, that part of an initial writ that states what the pursuer requires.

TO CRAVE. To ask; to demand.
     2. This word is frequently used in pleading; as, to crave oyer of a bond on which the suit is brought; and in the settlement of accounts, the accountant general craves a credit or an allowance. 1 Chit. Pr. 520. See Oyer.

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Craver cited research by Boeing's cabin development group, according to which passenger view of the onboard experience changes with enhanced core cabin interiors elements.
Craver said the town clerk's office would be moved into the selectmen's meeting room and the Council on Aging offices would relocate to the employee lunchroom.
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Among the company's key products will be Foam Spring, a high-tech foam layer consisting of spring-shaped configurations that will be part of several of the viscoelastic (its Biomemory model), polyurethane and latex Garme beds, Craver said.
Harold and Luna Craver purchased the property for $5,000 in November 1970 from Harold and Juanita Irwin.
Craver is what is becoming more and more accepted and common in the communication field: a "talking head" nouveau, gracing the airwaves and streamed audio feeds of regular webcasts and conference calls involving targeted niche audiences, such as creditors, investors, B2B customers and the news media.
It's a game of inches, maybe in this case a sixteenth of an inch,'' Craver said.
Most recently, Craver served as Director of Performance and Development at Alternate Solutions Healthcare Systems, a post-acute home healthcare agency based in Kettering, OH.
As a family-owned business, we're glad to see Craver families across the country making the White Castle Turkey Stuffing a staple of their Thanksgiving dinner for nearly a quarter of a century," said Jamie Richardson vice president of White Castle.
Craver for professionalism and financial management during her performance evaluation this week, Selectman Kathleen W.
Kuhn also praised the vice chairs who will be supporting Yackira as part of EEI s leadership team, calling Craver, Akins and Fanning a superbly talented trio of executives whose expertise and commitment are recognized throughout the industry.
Ted Craver, chairman and CEO of Edison International, who delivered the keynote speech today at the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) national conference in Long Beach, Calif.