pree


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pree

(priː)
n
1. archaic a meadow or plain
2. Scot a sample or taste
vb (tr)
to try or sample, esp by tasting
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Martin with his garrison, and threw a hundred men into a little fort called the fort of La Pree.
Martin and the fort of La Pree; and hostilities with La Rochelle had commenced, two or three days before, about a fort which the Duc d'Angouleme had caused to be constructed near the city.
Making matters worse, Sergiou, whose husband is also seconded to the PREE by the Central Bank of Cyprus, appears to have worked from home while there, which is prohibited for civil servants by law.
A native of Zeeland, Michigan, De Pree started work in 1910 as a clerk at a local home furnishings manufacturer that focused on making replicas of historical styles.
The industry in which De Pree operated was characterized by perpetual change but scant innovation.
De Pree advocates creating a collaborative and engaged work environment, and utilizing the strengths of a diverse workforce.
PREE stands for 'Providing Reliable Energy Everywhere.' The new website can be seen at http://preecorp.com/
Sheila Pree Bright received the award for her Suburbia series, which explores suburban life within the African American culture.
Though it's an admittedly goofy reach, Knechtel's players-caught in private moments, letting it all hang out-remind me of Degas's dancers, caught dressing, pree ning, practicing, stretching, or seen from offstage rather than front and center.
The difference in means between measured resting energy expenditure (MREE) and predicted resting energy expenditure (PREE) were compared using a paired t-test.
With: Casey Peterson, Jennifer Milmore, Richard Spieght Jr., Gabrielle Anwar, Jim Hanna, Hopwood De Pree.