Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete variant of press.

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Examples

  • I blogger di Tablas Creek (vignaioli californiani alla prese con vitigni del Rodano), ripresi da Dr. Vino, scoprono una curioso effetto àncora, definibile pure con follow the [...]

    Pine nuts, the whale, the anchor, Vinexpo – sipped and spit | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Sorel un gran signore, una nobilt di altri tempi. we tedeschi tutti straordinari professionisti ... un altro francese che prese un premio the Cannes, un story Stephan Freys, o qualcosa di simile, uno stronzo macroscopico ...

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Leksikon fun der yidisher literatur, prese un filologye (Biographical Dictionary of Yiddish Literature, Press and Philology), 2nd revised edition.

    Helene Khatskels.

  • The couple met in the editorial offices of Di prese and married in the Argentinean capital on September 21, 1929.

    Mimi Pinz��n.

  • In 1936 she settled in Rio, where she contributed to such local and international Yiddish press organs as Di yidishe prese of Rio, Der nayer moment of São Paolo, Der shpigl of Buenos Aires, Der kontinent and Der veg of Mexico City, Di fraye arbeter-shtime and Morgn-zhurnal of New York and Di goldene keyt of Tel Aviv.

    Rosa Palatnik.

  • Leksikon fun der Yidisher literatur, prese un filologye (Lexicon of Yiddish Literature, Press, and Philology), vol. 1 Vilna: 1928; Leksikon fun der nayer Yidisher literatur.

    Rikudah Potash.

  • Leksikon fun der Yidisher literatur, prese un filologye (Lexicon of Yiddish Literature, press, and philology), vol. 1.

    Rokhel Brokhes.

  • As the theory goes, a team that looks ahead to the future runs the risk of getting their asses kicked in the prese ...

    Greg Hanlon: Giants - Raiders Preview: Feel Free to Look Ahead

  • Di geshikhte fun der yidisher prese, 1863 – 1889 (History of the Yiddish press, 1863 – 1889) (Yiddish), vol.I. Vilna: 1923.

    Yiddish: Women's Participation in Eastern European Yiddish Press (1862-1903).

  • Di yidishe prese in der gevezener Rusisher imperye, 1823 – 1916 (The Yiddish press in the former Russian Empire, 1823 – 1916) (Yiddish).

    Yiddish: Women's Participation in Eastern European Yiddish Press (1862-1903).

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