During the last presidential debate, neves went so far to refer to Rousseff as “flighty.”
A fine boy of Captain neves' had, since my passage westward, shared a similar fate.
Captain neves invited all the principal inhabitants of the place, and did what he could to feast them in a princely style.
Captain neves was now actively engaged in preparing a present, worth about fifty pounds, to be sent by Pombeiros to Matiamvo.
An idea of the cheapness of food may be formed from the fact that Captain neves purchased 380 lbs.
Captain neves had one weighing 120 lbs., and this weight is by no means uncommon.
"field of granular snow, firn," 1843, from French névé (19c.), probably from Savoyard névi "mass of snow," from Latin nivem (nominative nix) "snow" (cf. French neige), from PIE root *sneigwh- "snow, to snow" (see snow (n.)).