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Definition funny of Javal:
To javal someone - to throw a bicycle at someone over the course of a merciless beating, and then to shank them with a sharp object. The term originates from a fellow named Javal who beat up a girl who owed him a dimebag, and then threw a bicycle at her. She inquired, "Is that all ya got!?". Enraged, he dashed into the nearest house of a complete stranger, retrieved a butcher's knife, and proceeded to stab her to death, 72 times.
-"Good morning Terrance, have you seen Stacey today?" -"Nah man, bitch got javaled last night for smokin' Mr. Jefferson's weed!"
Songs about Javal:
Hikda Javal Kari Na by Asha Bhosle from the Album Patlin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Hikda Javal Kari Na (From "Patlin") by Asha Bhosle from the Album Maazya Re Priti Fula - Best of Sudhir Phadke
Javæl by Too Far Gone from the Album Løkky
Kokilechya Tanhulyach Javal Kal Bhorsa by Vrushali Malgi from the Album Gatti Fu Gatti Fu
Books about Javal:
Javal et bourdeaux by Collectif (1932)
BIBLIOTHEQUE DE LIVRES JAPONAIS ILLUSTRES APPARTENANT A M. EMILE JAVAL by ASIAN ART - AUCTION CATALOGUE (1927)
જવલ (Javal) by ધીરુબેન પટેલ (Dhiruben Patel) (2001)
Conference Faite Par M. Javal, Depute Au Cercle Republicain de Sens Le 9 Mai 1889 (French Edition) by Javal-E (Jul 26, 2013)
COLLECTION EMILE JAVAL: ESTAMPES JAPONAISES by JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS (1926)
Du Strabisme Dans Ses Applications a La Physiologie De La Vision (French Edition) by Javal, Émile published by... (Apr 20, 2010)
The Blind Man's World, An English Version Of Entre Aveugles: Advice To People Who Have Recently Lost Their Sight... (Sep 10, 2010)
Wiki information Javal:
Brigitte Anne-Marie Bardot is a French former actress, singer, and fashion model, who later became an animal rights activist. She was one of the best known sex symbols of the 1950s and 1960s, and was widely referred to simply by her initials....
The Javal family originated in Alsace. They benefited from Napoleon I's policy of openness toward Jews, and in the 19th century experienced a remarkable ascent, with family members becoming prominent bankers, industrialists, physicians, public...