American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Pearson, Lester Bowles 1897-1972. Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1963-1968). He won the 1957 Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the negotiation of a solution to the Suez crisis (1956).
- n. A surname.
- From Piers + -son. (Wiktionary)
“Pearson is absolutely right in stating that "[i] t would not be constructive to make his statement sound like something it was not," which is all the more reason why interested parties should seek clarification from the LDS corporate hierarchy.”
“(First published in Pearson's Magazine, Sept, 1902)”
““The Embassy” by Martin Pearson (Donald A. Wollheim): A strange, rather eccentric man hires a hardboiled private dick to find the “Martian Embassy” in New York.”
“Ridley Pearson is going to be at the local B&N tomorrow night.”
“Pearson is doing a lot of multimedia tie-ins with his work, including ARGs (which he called Augmented Reality instead of the more traditional Alternate Realigy), websites with interactive videos, etc.”
“The key performance is, without question, that of Sister Aloysius, and Valerie Pearson is absolutely magnificent in the role.”
“Andy Pearson is a top bloke and very knowledgeable about construction.”
“I am delighted that a high profile publisher like Pearson is keeping it in print.”
“Ridley Pearson is an orchestral composer and folk song writer.”
“According to AP, former Judge Roy "Fancy Pants" Pearson is suing to get his old job back and tacking on $1 million in damages.”
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