Petrie


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Petrie

(ˈpɛtrɪ)
n
(Biography) Sir (William Matthew) Flinders. 1853–1942, British Egyptologist and archaeologist

Pe•trie

(ˈpi tri)

n.
Sir (William Matthew) Flinders, 1853–1942, English Egyptologist and archaeologist.
References in classic literature ?
The papyrus fragment recovered by Petrie ("Petrie Papyri", ed.
MONTROSE boss Stewart Petrie takes his league leaders to Elgin having made his players aware the Highland side cannot be counted out of the title race.
Neil Petrie claims he blew a tyre in a road defect hidden in a puddle on Leeds Road at Bradley last May.
Hibs chairman Rod Petrie last night made a desperate attempt to play down Hibs' post Scottish Cup Final pitch invasion as high spirits and exuberance.
The match between North Melbourne Kangaroos and Hawthorn on Friday was filled with male angst as two players, Brian Lake and Drew Petrie, became involved in a squabble that took place on the field.
Petrie hit a league-best five home runs and helped the Panthers to the Central Mass.
The archaeology of race; the eugenic ideas of Francis Galton and Flinders Petrie.
Brian Petrie, 61, from Ashington, has spoken of his gratitude to the opticians having undergone surgery to remove the tumour.
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Phoenix Venture Holdings director Nigel Petrie has stepped into the MG Rover Trust Fund row with a plea on behalf of ex-employees to John Towers and fellow executives to put their hands in their pockets.
THE Petrie to Kippa-Ring rail link will begin construction in 2012 if Federal Labor is re-elected.
Caroline Petrie, 45, was ordered to stop practising last December after an elderly patient voiced concerns about an offer of a prayer.