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Definition of Pavier

Pavier
Pavier Pav"ier, n. A paver.
pavier
Paver Pav"er, n. One who paves; one who lays a pavement. [Written also pavier and pavior.]

Meaning of Pavier from wikipedia

- Thomas Pavier (died 1625) was a London publisher and bookseller of the early seventeenth century. His complex involvement in the publication of early editions...
- bookseller Thomas Pavier; the first quarto was published before the end of the year—though by Thomas Millington and John Busby rather than Pavier. Thomas Creede...
- 32 (4): 191–204. doi:10.1007/s11604-014-0290-4. PMID 24500139. Mom T, Pavier Y, Giraudet F, Gilain L, Avan P (2015). "Measurement of endolymphatic pressure"...
- contemporary commentators see Pavier's role as more significant than Jaggard's – referring to the books as the "Pavier quartos" instead of the "False...
- – Crime of the Century – the definitive account (2013) by Nick Russell-Pavier, published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson/Orion Books (ISBN 9780297864394) The...
- Home Jonathan BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play by Robert Rigby and Nick Russell-Pavier 2011 King James Version of the Bible Narrator BBC Radio 4 celebration of...
- sanction and consensus could not be easily displaced from above. Barry Pavier describes Deshmukhs: These were, in the 1940s, the layer of the very large...
- and songs for Maid Marian and Her Merry Men were composed by Nick Russell-Pavier and David Chilton. Each episode contained either one or two songs, which...
- Henry Herringman William Leake Richard Meighen Thomas Millington Thomas Pavier John Smethwick Thomas Thorpe Thomas Walkley John Waterson Andrew Wise Printers...
- year. White in turn transferred the copyright to Thomas Pavier on 14 August 1600 and Pavier issued the fourth edition (printed for him by William White)...
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