- n. Plural form of plea.
“In those which we call pleas of the crown a standing rule is here given, that the fathers shall not be put to death for the children, nor the children for the fathers, v. 16.”
“After beating the Buckeyes, the Badgers gathered on big W at the 50 and bounced, and the fans joined in – pouring onto the field despite pleas from the PA announcer that it wasn't safe.”
“In another development, Karzai rejected pleas from the international community to reverse his order to disband all private security companies, saying money spent on those firms should be invested in the national police force instead.”
“That year IUCN, the UN and UNESCO responded with a promise of funding to the many pleas from the Park staff and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for help to staunch the destruction and begin to restore morale and order.”
“In response to pleas from the WPA field secretary to participate, they retorted with the demand, "Give us bread!”
“I went to a documentary at the Jewish Film Festival which unearthed FDR's core anti-Semitism as part of the reason why the rail lines to Auschwitz were never bombed, despite hysterical pleas from the most prominent Jews in America.”
“The pleas from the university probably brought out great crowds.”
“The "Let's Go Phil" chants that rocked the 18th green at Winged Foot had been replaced by vain pleas, by groans of resignation, by the vile truths that compelled Mickelson to say, "Oh no," after he sent his final tee shot into a misadventure of Van de Veldeian proportions.”
“Grahame was sharper in the third period when the Rangers had three power-play chances and heard pleas from the crowd to, ` ` Shoot the Puck! '”
“Oh, and NeD - by “Election Fraud”, would you be talking about the type of Fraud that led to two New Hampshire GOP leaders, Chuck McGee and Allen Raymond, to guilty pleas from a 2002 case?”
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