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- The chief of the 12 Apostles. He is traditionally regarded as the first bishop of Rome and author of two epistles in the New Testament.
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- proper noun A male
- proper noun The leading
Apostlein the New Testament.
- proper noun biblical The epistles of Peter in the New Testament of the
Bible, 1 Peterand 2 Peterattributed to St. Peter.
- proper noun A patronymic
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I don't want to see Mary Jane breathing like an asthmatic or chew peter out and not let him speak when Peter confesses that he's Spiderman otherwise you got the crappy acting like that one actress from Adventureland.
SIMON PETER According to John Foxe's Book of Martyrs, after hearing Nero's intention to kill Peter, the Christians convinced him to flee Rome .
RICHARD STRASSBERG, PETER BACANOVIC'S LAWYER: It's been a horrible ordeal for Peter, but he is going to make it through.
Image available PETER THE GREAT BUILDS HIS NEW CAPITAL while the old Russian elements had a rallying point in the town of Moscow, Peter decided to move his government to a new capital.
, Peter was the youngest and the favorite dog, Peter, if you dont leave Baby alone, Baby was an old, blind terrier that Anna had loved for many years, Peter if you dont leave Baby alone, I take a rawhide to you, you bad dog.
It was Peter; but no one ever called him Father _Peter_.
 See _Life of Peter the Great_, by Orlando Williams, 1859; _Peter the Great_, by John Lothrop Motley, 1877; _History of Peter I_, by John
Peter, or he _who is Peter_, attains to happiness, but not the man
Petrovna_ is Elizabeth the daughter of Peter, and _Peter Alexievich_ is
Early on the next came the message which produced an effect on Peter so great, that the gospel, which in some sense is his gospel (I mean that 'according to Mark') alone contains the record of it -- the message from the open grave: 'Tell my disciples _and Peter_ that I go before you into Galilee.'