(v. t.) To avouch or verify; to offer to verify; to prove or justify. See Averment.
(v. t.) To affirm with confidence; to declare in a positive manner, as in confidence of asserting the truth.
(1) The maximum percentage difference between observations was 46% (AVER).
(2) Thereafter, ministers alone should make such warnings public, and then only when there is a real prospect that they might aver a tragedy.
(3) Correlation coefficients for measurements obtained by two independent observers in 44 studies ranged from r = 0.87 (AVER) to r = 0.96 (TPFR) but spontaneous changes of up to 52% occurred (AVFR).
(4) The German and the European common interests coincide, Merkel avers, echoing Helmut Kohl's mantra in the era of Maastricht and German reunification 20 years ago.
(5) The protest camp in Ramadi was, Maliki averred, an al-Qaida headquarters.
(6) There are others who might aver that the bathroom bashfulness would be unusual during a live burglary, never mind one taking place under the obvious time pressures that would be dictated by it happening in one of the most heavily protected gated communities in one of the most security-obsessed countries on Earth.
(7) Gated blood pool studies were performed one week apart in 42 patients and between study correlation coefficients for these measurements ranged from r = 0.58 (TPER) to r = 0.99 (PFR) but there were spontaneous changes in measurements of up to 82% (AVER).
(8) The averaged acoustic evoked responses (AAER) exhibit more sensitivity to halothane than the averaged visual evoked responses (AVER).
(9) Like vacuoles, "peroxisomal" fractions isolated from yeast spheroplasts as described by Avers contain only one catalase protein, catalase A.
(10) Residents aver that women's "naturally" weaker constitutions and a moral imperative to worry places them at greater risk for nerves.
(11) Prince declares war on touts as his ticket sales are postponed Read more Paisley Park, the lyrics aver, is filled with laughing children on see-saws and “colourful people” with expressions that “speak of profound inner peace”, whatever they look like.
(12) Authors of most textbooks of dermatology and dermatopathology consider guttate parapsoriasis and digitate dermatosis to be variants of small plaque parapsoriasis which, they aver, is not related to mycosis fungoides.
(13) Acute toxicity, androgenic, gonadotropic, estrogenic and aphrodisiac effect of the whole medical plant Lithospermum aver arvense and its seeds was investigated on white rats and white mice.
(14) An assessment was made of the reproducibility (between study differences) interobserver variability and intraobserver variability of 7 radionuclide measurements describing both resting left ventricular ejection (ejection fraction--EF, average ejection rate--AVER, peak ejection rate--PER, time to peak ejection rate--TPER) and filling (average filling rate--AVFR, peak filling rate--PFR, time to peak filling rate--TPFR).
(15) A Corbyn-led Labour can never win the 2020 UK general election, they aver.
(16) After operation, despite the clinical improvement, the alterations of AVERs or DPs were very marked and in some cases became even more important than before.
(17) Important changes in AVER (in amplitude and latency) were found in the patients with tumours on the midline or in one of the frontal lobes.
(18) But the Catholic church, avers Francis, is not an exclusive community of the just, but a big tent of sinners.
(19) He averred that the whippings had made him "one of the best artists in the world".
(20) Should the CIA or JSOC wish to convince the president to do so, they must aver that they have “near certainty that the target is present”, civilians won’t be harmed, “capture is not feasible” and “no other reasonable alternatives exist”.
(n.) A large brazen vessel placed in the court of the Jewish tabernacle where the officiating priests washed their hands and feet.
(n.) A vessel for washing; a large basin.
(n.) One of several vessels in Solomon's Temple in which the offerings for burnt sacrifices were washed.
(n.) That which washes or cleanses.
(n.) One who laves; a washer.
(n.) The fronds of certain marine algae used as food, and for making a sauce called laver sauce. Green laver is the Ulva latissima; purple laver, Porphyra laciniata and P. vulgaris. It is prepared by stewing, either alone or with other vegetables, and with various condiments; -- called also sloke, or sloakan.
(1) "Jellied eels were always considered a regional dish, much like haggis is to Scotland, mushy peas are to northern England and laver bread is to Wales."
(2) Murray need all his best tennis in tough conditions to beat Kyrgios 6-3, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 in just over two hours in front of a packed Rod Laver Arena.
(3) He got away with this one, winning 7-6 (7-1), 3-6, 4-6, 6-0 in three and a half hours on a cool night on Rod Laver Arena that never properly warmed up in any sense.
(4) He was by turn patient, stubborn and just too damn good, winning a contest marked by swearing, stare-downs, minor tantrums, an odd time violation and some artful tennis on a chill, still night on Rod Laver Arena, with the man himself among an enthralled audience.
(5) 6.50am GMT Third set tiebreak: Dimitrov 7-6 Nadal* (* denotes next server) Dimitrov has all the space in the world (well a few metres of Rod Laver Arena) to crunch a shot down the line but sends it wide like he was Rafael Nadal .
(6) Photograph: AP Marine biologist Jennifer Lavers told the first day of the inquiry in Sydney on Thursday that she discovered more than one in 10 young flesh-footed shearwater birds – common visitors to Australian coasts – were dying from ingesting plastic or from plastic chemical contamination.
(7) The three-dimensional structure of one of these epitopes, recognized by monoclonal antibody NC41, has previously been determined (W. R. Tulip, J. N. Varghese, R. G. Webster, G. M. Air, W. G. Laver, and P. M. Colman, Cold Spring Harbor Symp.
(8) These artists are watching the machine of the music industry crumble away, so they’re thinking why the fuck not do whatever they want, and while they can still get away with it.” • Madonna plays Melbourne’s Rod Laver arena on Saturday and Sunday, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 16 and 17 March, and Sydney’s Allphones arena on 19 and 20 March
(9) Most of the changes in the variants selected with monoclonal antibodies occur in those parts of the polypeptide chain which encircle the enzyme active site pocket in the three-dimensional structure (P. M. Colman, J. N. Varghese, and W. G. Laver (1983), Nature (London) 303, 41-44).
(10) The effects of overloading of the sample zone in density gradient centrifugation have been studied by use of a three-component shelf-lavered sample in which the total protein concentration was increased by addition of different amounts of albumin.
(11) Sequence analysis of the neuraminidase (NA) genes of influenza virus X-7(F1) and of 12 variants selected with monoclonal antibodies has been used to define in physical terms the antigenic structure of this NA, which was operationally established by R. G. Webster, L. E. Brown, and W. G. Laver (1984, Virology 135, 30-42).
(12) The final will be played in the 15,000-capacity Rod Laver Arena and the 15-year-old from Bristol, who is now based in Kansas in the United States, said: “I didn’t know until the players’ meeting that that was the deal.
(13) The outteromost laver of the cell wall of all marine ammonia-oxidizing bacteria So far isolated is made up of protein subunits arranged in a regular manner and linked together through metal-oxygen bonds.
(14) 7.51am GMT Rod Laver Arena is slowly starting to fill up with spectators ...
(15) On the Rod Laver Arena on a warm and gentle evening, blood and blisters first delivered the agony, then played at least a small part in cutting it short (although Murray made no excuses) as, his right foot wrapped and anaesthetised, he could not match the champion for movement in the closing stages of a four-set final that ebbed away from him.
(16) Swan saved three match points and won the next two games as well to secure her place in the final, which will be played on the 15,000-capacity Rod Laver Arena, against Slovakia’s Tereza Mihalikova.
(17) Laver's (1980) theory of monitoring is shown to be incongruent with the observed times, as is Levelt's (1983, 1989) main interruption rule.
(18) Berdych has now made at least the last four at every grand slam and claimed his first ever victory on Rod Laver Arena.
(19) History dictates it will be Williams accepting the warm applause of the crowd yet again when the dust settles on Rod Laver Arena, as the oldest Australian champion in the Open era, at 33, and still ranked No 1 in the world.
(20) Determinations of trace iodine in table salt, laver, and eggs were demonstrated as practical examples.