noun, plural gar·veys.
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Garvey, Cuomo’s counsel, issued a statement after the Times’ report, saying that the ultimate decision to remove the hospital deaths was made by “the Chamber.”
An administration spokesperson did not respond when asked what Garvey meant by “the chamber,” and about Hammond’s interpretation.
Upon request for comment, the Office of the President said last week that Garvey is interested in hearing from students who are petitioning for the recognition of CUAllies, but has not yet had the chance.
CUAllies’ efforts, however, have been met with continual rejection from university administrators spearheaded by President Garvey, who assumed the presidency only months after CUAllies was formed.
D’Antonio and Massaroni put forth their proposal to President Garvey approximately four weeks ago and have awaited a response since, although some students assume his decision will not be different from previous years.
Now Kevin Garvey (a taut, tense Justin Theroux) is Mapleton's chief of police.‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Fever Dream You Can’t Wake Up From|Andrew Romano|June 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Picture frames, nicely moulded in brass, were made here in 1825, by a modeller named Maurice Garvey.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
He knew that many years before Garvey & Sidebotham had been well known in the Chicago financial world.
The pressure Garvey was bringing to bear upon his old enemy must be exceedingly strong.
It was his intention to change the packets and to let Garvey see him put the sham one into the bag.
But the visitor declined and was already putting on his overcoat when Garvey turned with genuine surprise on his face.