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Definition funny of Ravens:
n. In reference to the Baltimore Ravens, the Maryland State Correctional System work release program.
The Ravens shipped Jamal "Jail-mal" Lewis to the Cleveland Browns.
The girl from Teen Titans who doesn't wear pants.
Anyone got some Raven hentai?
Raven is usually a girl who is very flirty. When she partys she'll party hard. She is outgoing and athletic. Ask her for something and she'll rarely turn you down. She is beautiful and spontaneous. She has a really good sense of humor. Ravens are amazing. If you the chance to meet one you will be very lucky. Raven's are sexy and mysterious girls. Dont underestimate them. They are competitive and creative. They arent very smart but when u explain something they will catch on... Eventually. They are bitches and they are independant. They stand up for themselves and dont let people push them around.
Guy 1: Damn that girl is such a Raven Guy 2: Aww man I know.
1. The bringer of magic 2. The messenger of the underworld--in Celtic mythologies they are said to carry messages to and from the queen of the underworld (not Hell, but the realm spirits go to after death). 3. Many Native American legends tell stories of how the Raven. Once a white bird, but due tothe invading caucasian men lost its consort the white buffalo and no longer had a clean perch when it grew tired. It had to land in the mud and to punish the men who had destroyed the sacred buffalo, the raven remained blackened from the dark mud. Another story tells of raven the light bringer: a wicked king stole the sun and hid it away, but the king had a daughter. So, the raven being cunning, watched the daughter go for a drink at the stream where it turned itself into a tiny twig in the water and was swallowed by the girl. When inside her, it became a growing child and in nine months she delivered a raven the looked like a baby. The king liked the baby so much that he let the baby play with the sun, and as soon as the raven had the ball of light, it turned back into a bird and flew away, returning the sun to the sky.
Songs about Ravens:
The Wolves & The Ravens by Rogue Valley from the Album The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture)
Raven's Song by Aaron Embry from the Album Community Music Sampler
I'm a Raven (Shake Children) by Hiss Golden Messenger from the Album Lateness of Dancers
Raven Rock by Anthony Gonzalez & Joseph Trapanese M83 from the Album Oblivion - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Raven by Helena from the Album Raven
Raven Girl by Mimi & Richard Farina from the Album Folk Music
As The Raven Flies by Dan Fogelberg from the Album Souvenirs
Books about Ravens:
Raven by Ashley Suzanne, Tiffany Tillman, Sommer Stein and Don Shepherd (Jun 19, 2014)
The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe (Aug 3, 2011)
The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe (Feb 17, 2013)
The Raven Cycle #3: Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater (Oct 21, 2014)
Raven by Allison van Diepen (Feb 9, 2010)
Blood Song (A Raven's Shadow Novel) by Anthony Ryan (Jun 24, 2014)
Tower Lord (A Raven's Shadow Novel) by Anthony Ryan (Jul 1, 2014)
Movies about Ravens:
Among Ravens 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins Starring: Amy Smart, Joshua Leonard, et al. Directed by: Russell Friedenberg and Randy Redroad
The Valley of the Ravens 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 51 mins Directed by: Manfred Christ
The Raven 2012 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins Starring: John Cusack, Luke Evans, Alice Eve, et al. Directed by: James McTeigue
The Raven 2008 G CC - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins Starring: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, et al. Directed by: Roger Corman
Tokyo Ravens (Original Japanese Version) 2013 TV-14 -
The Vincent Price Collection II [House on Haunted Hill, The Return of the Fly, The Comedy of Terrors, The Raven... 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 9 hrs 45 mins Starring: Vincent Price Directed by: William Castle
The Bela Lugosi Collection 1934 Unrated - Runtime: 5 hrs 38 mins Starring: Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Sidney Fox, et al. Directed by: Robert Florey, Lambert Hillyer, et al.