GAVE may refer to:
- Gave (Melgaço), a parish in Portugal
- Gave (placename element), a French word meaning torrential river in the west Pyrenees
- Gastric antral vascular ectasia (GAVE), a medical condition
- Gabinete de Avaliação Educacional (GAVE), an institution responsible for monitoring education in Portugal
Other articles related to "gave":
... Spin gave the album an eight out of ten ... and live-er-sounding affair, not seeking the same level of aural precision." Alternative Press gave the album a three out of five ... playing in your living room." Rolling Stone staff writer David Fricke gave Down on the Upside three out of five stars, observing that the album has "some quality frenzy," but ...
... Outburn Magazine gave it a perfect 100 score, calling it "the most vicious album of the year." Billboard awarded it an 80 out of 100, noting that "Grohl's furious playing fits perfectly with the wall of rage erected ... the fury and focus of their classics." Rolling Stone gave the album a 2 out of 5, saying that "all the humorless gloom and doom feels oppressive after a while." Q Magazine also gave a ...
... He gave the value of pi (= 3.1416) to be (22 2/9)/7 = 3.1746 in 1544 ... Later, he gave 47/15 = 3.1333 and, in De rebus mathematicis (1556), he gave 3 11/78 = 3.1410 ...
... Nine months later, Edda gave birth to a son who was svartan (dark) ... This couple gave him good food and also let him sleep between them ... They gave him excellent food served splendidly and, nine months later, Móðir gave birth to a beautiful baby named Jarl (earl or noble), whose hair was ...
... When Chione gave birth, she was so frightened of her father's reaction that she threw the baby into the ocean ... relates But Poseidon picked him up and conveyed him to Ethiopia, and gave him to Benthesikyme (a daughter of his own by Amphitrite) to bring up ... When she was full grown, Benthesicyme's husband gave him one of his two daughters ...
Famous quotes containing the word gave:
“Let us dismiss, as irrelevant to the poem per se, the circumstance ... which, in the first place, gave rise to the intention of composing a poem that should suit at once the popular and the critical taste.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“Three million of such stones would be needed before the work was done. Three million stones of an average weight of 5,000 pounds, every stone cut precisely to fit into its destined place in the great pyramid. From the quarries they pulled the stones across the desert to the banks of the Nile. Never in the history of the world had so great a task been performed. Their faith gave them strength, and their joy gave them song.”
—William Faulkner (18971962)
“When he was at the table with them, he took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him; and he vanished from their sight.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 24:30,31.
The Emmaus story.