Avarice (disambiguation)


Avarice (disambiguation)

*Avarice is one of the seven deadly sins

For similar sounding words see
*Avaris, a place in ancient Egypt
*James Averis, an English cricket player
*John Averis, a firefighter who died on 2 November 2007 fighting a fire at Atherstone on Stour in England


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