Carver

Carver may refer to:

Read more about Carver:  People, Characters, Places, Other Meanings

Other articles related to "carver":

Louise Carver (South African Singer)
... Louise Carver (born 10 January 1979) is a South African folk rock singer-songwriter and pianist ... Carver was born in Cape Town, and holds dual citizenship in South Africa and the United Kingdom ...
List Of Current Days Of Our Lives Characters - Carver Family
... Abe Carver Portrayed by James Reynolds Widow of Lexie Carver (deceased) ... Son of Benjamin and Rita Carver ... Brother of Theodore, Karen and Jonah Carver ...
Little Things (short Story) - Analysis
... place in regular suburbia, in which Carver spent most of his life ... Carver's father, a violent alcoholic, spent most of his time working in a sawmill or drinking then physically beating his wife or kids ... These traumatic incidents were the basis of Carver's many short stories ...
Carver, Oregon - Points of Interest
... Carver Bridge The Clackamas River at Carver was originally crossed using a slack-line ferry operated by Horace Baker ... Located on the south side of the Clackamas River, across from Carver ... Several scenes from the 2008 movie Twilight were filmed in Carver the meadow scene was filmed in Carver Park, police chief Swan met with Bella for breakfast at the Carver Cafe, and the Stone Cliff Inn is ...
List Of The Weekenders Episodes - Episode List - Season 4 (2002-2004)
... Lor's Will Lor has an injury that she thinks may be fatal 37 "Radio Free Carver" November 14, 2003 "Dinner Party" Radio Free Carver Carver becomes the new DJ of Bahia Bay ... Dinner Party Tish hosts a salon party and "invites" Tino, Carver, Lor and Bluke 38 "Laundry Day" November 21, 2003 "Penny McQuarrie" Laundry Day Lor enlists the gang to help her do her family ... Penny McQuarrie When Carver's sister is dating one of Lor's brothers, both Carver and Lor get involved 39 "Tino's Dad" February 29, 2004 Series finale ...

Famous quotes containing the word carver:

    I believe the right question to ask, respecting all ornament, is simply this: Was it done with enjoyment—was the carver happy while he was about it?
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)