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  • n. Plural form of pell.


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  • I arrived in St Aldgates as the pells of the Cathedral were pealing out for Evensong.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • There was really no mistaking it, not when he saw the practice field laid out beside it, with archery targets, pells, and other equipment.

    Exile's Honor

  • "This stroll's melted the city fat offa'em faster than drill and pells."

    And Other Tales Of Valdemar

  • Cogern had fifteen years on him, yet the older man did his daily twenty miles, hit the pells, and led the charges with more energy than men half his age.

    And Other Tales Of Valdemar

  • "Jervis," he called, loudly enough to be heard over the racket of practice blade against pells.

    Magic's Promise

  • When we want a live set of pells to prove a point, who gets beat on?

    Magic's Promise

  • I've been teaching Rad my style, and the pells plan on giving Jervis as good as he gets.

    Magic's Promise

  • He went looking for Jervis in a state of increasing alarm, and found him in the salle, working out against the pells.

    Magic's Promise

  • "There's a practice ground with pells set up behind the stable, if you don't mind that it's outside and a simple dirt ring."

    The Oathbound

  • The pells of receipt were entered on the (5) RECEIPT ROLLS, specimens of which, along with the corresponding issues, are to be found in SIR JAMES

    The History of England From the Accession of Henry III. to the Death of Edward III. (1216-1377)


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