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What does 'stave' mean? (used as chapters in A Christmas Carol)

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    Stave is a verse or stanza in a poem. Dickens adapted this word for use in his short story, "A Christmas Carol."

    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/stave

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    Thank you very much, again!

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