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  • noun Archaic spelling of ire.

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Examples

  • One of the reasons why the NHS numbers are higher than the US is that these cancers tend to occur through diet and lifestyle more in the groups that the US system dosn't cover, so because theres no coverage, the yre not detected, so survival rates are not impacted.

    Daniel Hannan, the NHS, and Public Health

  • Just stumbled upon yre blogg via Jenny – who placed a link to you in her web site … and so it goes!

    a post a day…

  • And that's why, I guess, I'm sitting here in Waco listening to "She Thinks Still Care" on the record player, and knowing Willie and me yre probably better friends now than ever.

    Willie

  • ¶ Be not moued for ony cause to vêgeaûce or to yre.

    A Ryght Profytable Treatyse Compendiously Drawen Out Of Many and Dyvers Wrytynges Of Holy Men

  • Duchesse his sister: who was so inflamed and moued with choler, as shee duste not lift vp her eyes for feare least vpon the sodayne she should bee perceyued: whiche eyes sparkeling sometymes with greate yre, resembled properlye twoo starres of the night, that shoote forth their brightnesse vpon the earth, when all thinges be in silence.

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1

  • Sixt dutie is, to pacific his yre, although she finde that he empatient be,

    The Bride

  • When their father and mother beheld them weep and lament still, they doubled their sorrowes and griefes, but full of yre and forced with Envy, they tooke their voyage homeward, devising the slaughter and destruction of their sister.

    The Golden Asse

  • The Sea has formerly Come up to the town and yre has been very deep water where now great part of ye town is built, so yt what was ye town formerly is that wch stands upon a precipice as it were of a hill.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • S.yre in Minneapolis, which is representing the FDIC as receiver for S.oux Falls, S. D.-based BankFirst.

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  • Proud Daphne scorning Phaebus louely fyre, on the Thessalian shore from him did flie: for which the gods in theyr reuengefull yre did her transforme into a laurell tree.

    Amoretti and Epithalamion

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