Egre

E´gre


a. & n.1.See Eager, and Eagre.
References in classic literature ?
He climbed and descended precipices on which vulgar mortals tremble to look; he passed marshes like the Serbonian bog,* where armies whole have sunk; he forded rivers where the current roared like the Egre or the Severn; or ventured himself on bridges that trembled under him, from which he looked down on foaming whirlpools, or dreadful abysses; he wandered over houseless heaths, amidst all the rage of the elements, with the snow driving in his face, and the tempest howling in his ears.
Oliver Egre, 14, plays second row and said: "I was surprised when they walked in.
Reaching Transparent Truth, PABLO COBREROS, PAUL EGRE, DAVID RIPLEY, and ROBERT VAN ROOIJ
Morte, queste mie luci egre e funeste chiudimi or or ch'a sommo don l'ascrivo (53).
Other Usborne 'Classics Retold' include: The CanterburH Tales, Tales of King Arthur, Wuthering Heights and Jane Egre.
We chose Hanna Lee Communications because the agency showed a deep understanding and appreciation of our brand," said Anais Egre, Marketing & Communications Manager, Louis Royer Cognacs.
Croxteth watch manager Tony Brown and search & rescue Team Member Faith Egre, get kitted out before the 'rescue'
De haragod fustje meg szalljon az egig, / s az egre irj, ha minden osszetort
SCHOENBECK FRANK F & KRISTI K EGRE BIRNEY AMELIA J 7/3/2008 $265,000 942 VAN DUYN ST, EUGENE, OR, 97401
Uxbridge whitewashed Cippenham Ladies B and Midland Egre 6-0, defeated Ashford 5-1 and had 4-2 wins over St Andrews and Staffs County Ladies.
In it Cyriacus describes the misery of Christian captives in Turkish slavery, and he accuses the "Westerners" of indiference: "Quibus flebilibus auditis vocibus scis, vir darissime, quantum non egre molesteve ferre non potui audire trucem et pemitiosum illum Christianae religionis hostem, quem hac tempestate vel vix anno peracto nostratum armis religioso vel milite superatum fugatumque et penitus .