Haven(s) or The Haven(s) may refer to:

  • Harbor, a place where ships may shelter from the weather or are stored
  • Sanctuary, a consecrated area or a place of safety

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Other articles related to "haven":

Haven: Call Of The King - Plot
... The Overlord asks if he should be executed, but Vetch thinks Haven should be watched closely instead ... At the end of this call, the game shows Haven in his house building a robot bird ... Apparently, Haven had accidentally hurt his boss's foot with his pickaxe, thinking it was a rock then claiming anybody could have made that mistake ...
Haven - Other Uses
... Haven (graph theory), a strategy for the evader in graph-based pursuit-evasion games Haven Holidays, a company that runs holiday parks in the United Kingdom HavenCo, a data ...
Strath Haven High School - Student Performance
... The Strath Haven Panthers football team is a member of the Central League, which consists of twelve different teams ... Strath Haven boasts many students performing in state, national, and international musical competitions ... In addition, Strath Haven's various musical groups have performed across the globe, in places ranging from Canada to Italy ...
New Haven Galleria
... The New Haven Galleria at Long Wharf was a shopping mall proposed for construction in New Haven, Connecticut by mayoral candidate Wally Grigo in 1993 ...
The War World Setting
... The War World series is set mostly on a single world, Haven ... Haven is synchronically tide-locked to its primary, giving it an 86 hour 43 minute long day-night cycle with respect to Byer's Star and a 131 hour 55 minute Dimday/night cycle with respect to Catseye ... with its distance from Byer's star, make surface conditions on most of Haven very cold and dry, so much so that initial habitation is limited to a single large valley at the equator ...

Famous quotes containing the word haven:

    Quinquireme of Nineveh from distant Ophir
    Rowing home to haven in sunny Palestine,
    John Masefield (1878–1967)

    Finishing schools in the fifties were a good place to store girls for a few years before marrying them off, a satisfactory rest stop between college weekends spent husband hunting. It was a haven for those of us adept at styling each other’s hair, playing canasta, and chain smoking Pall Mall extra-long cigarettes.
    Barbara Howar (b. 1934)

    The dry eucalyptus seeks god in the rainy cloud.
    Professor Eucalyptus of New Haven seeks him
    In New Haven with an eye that does not look
    Beyond the object.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)