shrieve

shrieve

(ʃriːv)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an archaic word for sheriff

shrieve1

(ʃriv)

n.
Archaic. sheriff.

shrieve2

(ʃriv)

v.t., v.i. shrieved, shriev•ing.
Archaic. shrive.
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3 /PRNewswire/ -- Shell Chemical LP and Shrieve Chemical Products announced today the formation of marketing agreements for synthetic olefin and synthetic paraffin drilling base fluids.
Granger and Barnes bought the property for $450,000 nearly two years ago from Dennis and Annabelle Shrieve.
In the 14th-century cobbled courtyard, there are exhibits based on the people who used to live in the house - William Shrieve, the first known tenant, was an archer to King Henry VIII, while William Rogers was said to be the inspiration for Shakespeare's character, Sir John Falstaff.
HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 8, 1995--Bank of America's Board of Directors has named Richard Shrieve and Frances Taylor as executive vice presidents.
The commercial management team will be looking after a parade of nine shops at Shrieves Walk, off Sheep Street, and the plan is to make it even more of an attraction to tourists than it is at present.
Shrieves Walk is in close proximity to major theatres and riverside walks.
Recorder Wyn Lloyd Jones said the content of phone calls by 38-year-old Ian Shrieves made "very serious and worrying reading".
For the first time the 500-year-old Shrieves House in Stratford-uponAvon is being offered for short term lets.
I used it in some pretty rugged situations, and it held up great," said Bill Shrieves, Construction Superintendent for The Jones Group, a Southeast area construction firm.
Shrieves House in Waterside Park, Stratford, has had a variety of owners through the years, including a captain who fought for Parliament in the Battle of Edge Hill and the town's first mayor.
The IT Place is a joint venture between Stratford and Warwickshire colleges and will be based in Shrieves Walk, off Sheep Street, in the centre of town.
Tickets cost pounds 5 each and are available from the leisure centre or the Shakespeare Hospice shop in Shrieves Walk.