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  • proper n. A male given name.


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  • Here, about four miles from the mouth of the stream, the settlers formed a little town which they called Petre, but which is now known as

    History of Australia and New Zealand From 1606 to 1890

  • The council consequently endorsed his actions and a 2006 referendum showed an 82% support for the retention of the English spelling dating back to 1844 when local inhabitants sought a replacement for the name of 'Petre'.

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  • Only record cap holder Cristian Petre and back-rower Ovidiu Tonita, who switches to No8, are retained in the pack with Petre leading the side out.

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  • I also want to thank Sukie Miller, Diane Reverend, Eileen Sheil, Susan Petre, Zack Wasserman, and others for encouraging and critiquing the concepts.

    You Raising Your Child

  • We just broke the news on MediaConnect/ITJourno that a new blog media house has been set up in Australia called allure media. allure is a netus company – netus being a technology investment firm backed by News Limited and managed by ex eCorp dudes Daniel Petre and Alison Deans that specialises in transplanting successful overseas business models into Australia.

    2007 February « Squash

  • Allure is a spin-off from netus – a News Limited-backed investment vehicle that boasts management heavyweights like former Microsoft bigwig Daniel Petre as executive director, and former eBay and eCorp CEO Alison Deans as executive director of operations.

    2007 February « Squash

  • Nate Petre, the CEO of Veggie Wheels, used AdWords to spread the word about the alternative energy movement.

    Vegging out with Google AdWords

  • From the other site, here is the page for Beate Pastor, Petre, clemens áccipe; Latin and English words are there.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The Office hymns for this feast listed at are Decora lux æternitatis, auream ("With golden radiance bright, with fair and ruddy glow"), for First and Second Vespers, and Beate Pastor, Petre, clemens áccipe ("To Peter, shepherd good, was first by thee assigned") for Lauds.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The Petre family was itself swept up in the recrimination of the time.

    Catholic Revival


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