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  • n. Plural form of bier.


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  • 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.


  • 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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