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- n. Alternative spelling of père.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A peer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of pear.
- A Middle English form of peer.
- n. A Middle English form of peer.
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Blethen-pere is right that diverse local media is an essential check on government.
During this sitting there were little skirmishes between the family and the painter, who had the audacity to call pere Vervelle witty.
The younger one seriously thought his father's name was ton pere for a time.
How Colby pere moves from this realization to upend the practices of the CIA is a remarkable story that takes us into the shadowy world of foreign policy and into the personal journey of one man who not only witnessed history but made it and paid the price for the choices he made.
We heard about multimillion pound pay-offs to phone-hack victims that apparently didn't come to the attention of either Murdoch -- even though Murdoch pere is a notorious control-freak who phones his editors frequently just to enquire "what's happening?"
My favorite was a dish called fiocchetti di pere con salsa di taleggio e asparagi: it was a purse pasta filled with pear and taleggio cheese in an asparagus cream sauce.
READ MY LIPS hmmm, not sure I want George Bush pere to be used as my benchmark, since he didn't get rid of Saddam, it took Junior to do it, 13 years later.
Would those who count themselves true-believing, non-equivocating libertarians please tell us whether the Pauls, pere et fils, are their kind of people, the sort they wish to see elected to Congress.
Neurodoc writes: Would those who count themselves true-believing, non-equivocating libertarians please tell us whether the Pauls, pere et fils, are their kind of people, the sort they wish to see elected to Congress.
Sotomayor was a Clinton pick (appellate; Bush pere nominated her first, but as the “Democrat” choice under a current agreement).