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  • n  the central area of a church

  • While President Carter, former President Ford, Vice President Mondale, Chief Justice Burger and many other public figures listened from the nave, Kissinger paid tribute to the man .
  • Shining in the sunlight that flooded the nave towered the figure that dominated the occasion (opposite).
  • However, the nave door of the chapel portrays the Nativity, without using the motif of Virgin Child.
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  • Massa Ortiz collides with Koki Romero Saturday
    Two of Mexico’s top super lightweights will collide at the Tabasco Park Nave 1 in Villahermosa, Mexico on Saturday when undefeated WBC super lightweight silver champion Roberto “Massa” Ortiz (28-0-1, 22 KOs) of Torreon defends his belt against Culiacan’s Jorge “Koki” Romero (24-5, 21 KOs) in a 12-round bout that will be televised live on FOX Deportes in the United States and on Televisa in ...
    June 13, 2013 -
  • Side Order: Cooking with Dad a life lesson
    For Chattanoogan Kelley Nave, Father's Day brings back a myriad of memories about her father, Charles Nave, and his love of cooking.
    June 12, 2013 - Chattanooga Times Free Press
  • Trial set for man accused of possessing child pornography
    Charles Nave III is expected to go to trial in September.
    June 10, 2013 - WINK TV Southwest Florida

  • Donovan in The Olympian
    If we're a little less nave tonight, we would have advanced,said Donovan, at 28 in his prime and the best American player ever. "I said all along this was a young team and a relatively inexperienced team at this level."
  • Jim Gilmore in (subscription)
    Who do you want in the US Senate to do that? Somebody who understands foreign policy and has some experience with it or a nave who does not know anything about foreign policy,Gilmore said.
  • Manasseh Sogavare in Sydney Morning Herald
    His government was "too civilised and mature to resort to any such nave retaliatory action," Sogavare said in a statement.

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