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n. & v.1.See Cheer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Come, chear up, chear up; I expect un every minute."
Entitled The Space Between, it is the first ever solo exhibition by Chear, who has perfected his rare technique of linocut block print artwork at Open Studio Cambodia in his home province of Kampot.
In addition, CHEAR provides important institutional support for children's health exposure analysis, which can improve our understanding of exposures during critical developmental periods (NIEHS 2016).
Prompted by a "friendly vision" which "with golden promise chears my heart again," the narrator conjures up a paean to the divine creator, sung by "radiant spirits," the gathered nations "from yet unalienated lands," beasts and birds and even the leaves whose surfaces echo the sound.
Geoffrey Briscoe, group manager director, said, 'We are pleased to be able to create a formidable partnership with an established premium partner such as Chear Motorrad, which has had a long and outstanding record in Malaysia's motorcycle industry.'
Choose But consecrate one pitying line to you; Sing your last temper'd days, and sunny calms, That chear the spirits, and serene the soul Then terrible floods, and high winds, that usually happen about this time of year, and have already happen'd here (I wish you have not felt them too dreadfully) the first produced the enclosed lines, the last are not yet completed.
Morawetz repeats many lines of text, and also alters a number of words: "chear" to "cheer" and "sung" to "sang."
According to Jorge Chear Neto, national sales manager of Ford do Brazil, the manufacturer did not advance more quickly with the flex because several gasoline models still sell well.
On September 17, 1805 he wrote, "I intreat, my dear Emma, that you will chear up; and we will look forward to many, many happy years, and be surrounded by our children's children.
Kevin Dombkowski, Dr.P.H., M.S., is a Senior Research Associate in the Child Health Evaluation and Research (CHEAR) Unit, Division of General Pediatrics, University of Michigan.
The game's quality can be summed up by the fact the loudest chear of the afternoon was reserved for referee Steve Leyshon's final whistle.