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- n. Plural form of pryer.
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I answer not as one is said to have done merrily (eluding the pressure of the question), “He was preparing hell (saith he) for pryers into mysteries.”
No need to doubt Peche's information, really devoted pryers make sure of their facts.
This by far the grandest contribution of my life and would like to extend my thoughts and pryers to those whom might read these words and know that those who have laid down by war will never be forgotten not by my family nor I.
For the friendship of the discreet lover falls not before the mine of such false and felon pryers as burrow privily into their neighbour's secret love.
He did not fear to receive the ark, and, worthily received, the presence which had been a source of disaster and death to idolaters, to profanely curious pryers into its secret, and to presumptuous irreverence, became
The writers are meagre Suetoniuses and Procopiuses; a set of self-elected spies in the court; gossipers, lounging in the same circle; eaves-droppers; pryers into corners; buzzers of reports; and punctual scribes of what the French (so skilful in the profession) technically term
I really believe he has a part in this. they do need to find out who did this and bring the person to justice. apparently the person doesn't have any guts to stick around and say that they did it. what a coward My thoughts and pryers go out to Dr. Tiller's family.