American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital of South Dakota, in the central part of the state on the Missouri River. Originally a small trading center, it thrived after the coming of the railroad and was chosen as state capital in 1889. Population: 14,100.
- n. A male given name occasionally borrowed from French, cognate to Peter.
- n. The capital of South Dakota.
- n. capital of the state of South Dakota; located in central South Dakota on the Missouri river
“PIERRE, SD - A circuit court judge has ruled that the city of Pierre was within its rights to impose a final contract offer in a labor dispute.”
“PIERRE, SD - Authorities have identified the victim of a one-vehicle crash in Pierre.”
“PIERRE, SD - A 41-year-old fish that entertained visitors to a Pierre hotel for nearly a quarter century has died.”
“PIERRE, SD - A second Fort Pierre man who pleaded guilty to charges in the theft and destruction of a Ronald McDonald statue in Pierre has been sentenced to serve 45 days in jail.”
“The "Islands of S.. Pierre," _Isles S. Pierre_, includes the Island of S.. Peter and the cluster surrounding it.”
“PIERRE - Pierre police are looking for a shoplifting suspect who got away by swimming across a narrow part of the Missouri River.”
“[Voila donc Pierre devenu moine!] "Mais _Pierre_ [il] avait en lui un principe qui l'empechait de rester long-temps inactif, ses idees, sur quel sujet _qu'il soit_ [que ce fut] ne pouvaient pas etre bornees; il ne lui suffisait pas que lui - meme fut religieux, que lui-meme fut convaincu de la realite de”
“As editor, Plantard first took the name Pierre de France, although he favored the more impressive Pierre de France-Plantard in later editions.”
“Here, the story focuses on Tommy Stark (voiced by Justin Pierre) and his quest into Outer City to find an artificial heart for his ailing sister.”
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