Peece


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Related to Peece: Peacemaker, peace sign, piece, kneel, Peace Out
n. & v.1.See Piece.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Pandolfo: Sure this some novice of th'Artillery, That winkes and shoots: sir, prime your peece anew The powder's wet: tick.
Chris Peece, CEO of MTCC, remarked: "This is a significant undertaking by MOPW and we are honoured to have been chosen to construct the project, which will have a direct impact on reducing the number of fatal accidents on the highway."
not kepinge ordre secratlye as the Byble dothe represent withowte any addytament but to declare the mateir more owte of twoe warkes muche meit therfore the twelve Patryarkes testament and a Sermon full excellent made by Effrem / a busshopp in Greece is take and gathered a great peece patched togither so well as I can.
The communique said that the leaders asserted that the just and everlasting peece can not be achieved unless Israel withdraws from all occupied Arab lands in 1967 and the establishment of an independednt State with East Jerusalem as its capital according to the Arab peace initiative and the resolutions of the international legitimacy concerned.
The grote [4] to be currant for two pence, and former peece of two pence for a penie, &c.
Its teen readers witness the consequences when a church group attempts to ban the freshman English class's assigned novel, Warren Peece, in the small town of Bear Creek, Idaho.
Right from the start Barbour enters Browne's world of words in portraying that life as a "miracle," a "fable" or "peece of Poetry." From 1637, after travels that took him away from England--to Montpellier, Padua and Leiden--Browne settled in Norwich and made his inner world his own.
and Peece (2009) indicate that tics within discussion boards are created through the patterns of interactions between members along with the content of the messages.