a class of medical treatments, esp. for catastrophic and mental health care, handled separately by insurance coverage
George Washington, 1864?–1943, U.S. botanist and chemist. John, 1575?–1621, Pilgrim leader: first governor of Plymouth Colony 1620–21. Raymond, 1938–88, U.S. short-story writer and poet. Contemporary Examples Maryann agreed to “step aside” and eventually accept a dicey divorce settlement, allowing for “voluntary” support from Carver. Carver Was the Rage Brad Gooch December 3, 2009 Carver argued […]
a chair of 17th-century New England, having a frame formed entirely of turned pieces, a back filled with several spindles, and no spindles between the arms and the seat.
a restaurant, hotel dining room, etc., that specializes in roasted meats and poultry carved to the diner’s request. the selection of roasted meats and poultry provided. noun (pl) -veries an eating establishment at which customers pay a set price and may then have unrestricted helpings of food from a variety of meats, salads, and other […]
the act of fashioning or producing by cutting into or shaping solid material, as wood. a carved design or figure. to cut (a solid material) so as to form something: to carve a piece of pine. to form from a solid material by cutting: to carve a statue out of stone. to cut into slices […]