from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Prosperity; felicity; abundance.
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- noun Plural form of
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In spite of the old mans complaints, it was evident that he was proud, and justly proud of his prosperity, proud of his sons, his nephew, his sons wives, his horses and his cows, and especially of the fact that he was keeping all this farming going.
In 2002, Yothers married an electrician, Robert Kaiser, who had twin sons from a previous marriage.
One of our sons is also in CO and he does his best to share the culture and the food as well.
sense of place 2008
To me, the best gift I can give my sons is the knowledge they'll never have to worry about taking care of me in my final years.
As a mom -- and one of my sons is a college journalist -- I'm simply beaming.
NASA Science Censor Resigns Nick Anthis 2006
One of his sons is a city council member in Cincy.
The names of many of the persons mentioned are different from those given by Moses -- a diversity which may be accounted for in part on grounds formerly stated, namely, either that the persons had more than one name, or that the word "sons" is used in a loose sense for grandsons or descendants.
Oh, and by the way, the funeral for my sons is in 2 weeks, if you come, bring some chips/dip, for I will not be catering.
After nearly a week, Céline Dion has finally picked names for her newborn twin sons: Eddy and Nelson.
My husband and I have just signed on for primary custody of his two sons from a previous marriage.