- n. A surname.
- From Piers, the medieval vernacular form of Peter. (Wiktionary)
“Acclaimed literary biographer Joseph Pearce is the editor of the Ignatius Critical Editions [ICE] and will be our guide.”
“The sport of free spirits is under greater scrutiny since 22-year-old Kevin Pearce, one of its stars and a Burton rider, was almost killed in an accident while training for the Olympics.”
“We believe that Pearce is easing the requirements for “probable cause” and his attempt in expanding our government.”
“Lago was a member of a group of snowboarders called the "Frends," that included Kevin Pearce and Danny Davis, both of whom were badly injured before the Olympics and couldn't make the trip.”
“For those who are asking Senator Russell Pearce is the author of SB 1070.”
“I only hope my many Hispanic friends there (along with a Hispanic relative or two) can avoid being harassed simply because Russell Pearce is a bigoted and powerful idiot.”
“Pearce is trying to get back in; working on beating the Democrat In Name Only who took his seat, Harry Teague.”
“Stuart Pearce is the head coach of the Under-21 side, and the FA may put an Englishman among Capello's personnel.”
“By this, Pearce is up over Wilson but Udall is up over each of them. peace, mjh”
“And according to IMDB, Guy Pearce is in this as well.”
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