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Lavigne

/læ'viːn/
noun
1.
Avril. born 1984, Canadian rock singer and songwriter; her recordings include Let Go (2002), Under My Skin (2004) and The Best Damn Thing (2007)
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  • They wondered 'why the lavigne did not star on the programme as a Viscountess?'

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  • The women screamed, and lavigne cried out with a curse that he had a ball in his right arm.

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  • We all stopped, and lavigne, one of the voyageurs, left the canoe to his comrades and took the weapon from my hand.

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  • For a minute or more lavigne searched the ground in the vicinity, creeping here and there on all-fours.

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  • But lavigne had disappeared and poor Moralle lay motionless on the opposite bank, apparently dead.

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