Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bier.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On either side of the altar are oven-like compartments, niches where sacred crocodiles, mummified with the use of natron, were placed on biers.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile, Part III

  • On today's episode of Kitchy TV, I visit Wurstkuche in Downtown LA and discuss the delicious biers, exotic sausages, and Belgian-style fries they're serving with owner, Joseph.

    Sausage, Fries and Beer -- Do I Really Need to Say More?

  • A cremation ceremony was in progress, one of many each day on the island, some of them with food hawked and biers built high above the crowds.

    Lea Lane: Eat, Pray, Scratch

  • Your black-eyed Susans looked like pompoms, they said, your bluestone benches like funeral biers.

    Leading Off (1/27/10) | FrontBurner

  • Then he saw a body, lying near the biers on which the dead had been laid.

    Blood Ninja II

  • The body would be carried off to a natural cave, a crevice, or a deep wash and covered with rocks or sticks in no particular arrangement.4 Now the tribe was adopting the more elaborate, raised scaffold biers of the northern tribes.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • That means less money to re-invest into the brewery to do interesting things like champagne yeasts, big alt biers, and other interesting things that makes New Glarus a great brewery.

    A Response To The Wisconsin State Journal's Editorialist

  • A song from braying precentor – mouths; around your hat – brim a mourning band; — my dead are many; I must follow their biers!

    Peer Gynt

  • Myself will look to those others; let the biers advance.

    The Suppliants

  • Ay, and strewed their biers and wrapped them in their shrouds.

    The Suppliants

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