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n.1.See Price, and 1st Prize.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I had never encountered such a violent parti pris of seclusion; it was more than keeping quiet--it was like hunted creatures feigning death.
But Stella is in Vancouver, and Pris is in Japan, and Miss Stacey is married in California, and Aunt Jamesina has gone to India to explore her daughter's mission field, in spite of her horror of snakes.
Really, Pris, the graveyards of today will never be as interesting as this.
It was in old French, and ran somewhat in this way: Or avant, entre nous tous freres Battons nos charognes bien fort En remembrant la grant misere De Dieu et sa piteuse mort Qui fut pris en la gent amere Et vendus et trais a tort Et bastu sa chair, vierge et dere Au nom de ce battons plus fort.
New Delhi [India], April 11 ( ANI ): The National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, under the aegis of the National Commission for Women, has launched a capacity building programme for elected women representatives in Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) of Manipur.
Bachir Sid Azara (82 kg), champion d'Afrique en titre et medaille de bronze juniors aux derniers championnats du monde de Macon (France), a pris l'argent en perdant en finale face a l'Egyptien, Ahmed Hacen Aly Mahmoud (4-2).
National Population Policy (2000) and National Health Policy (2002) have recognized PRIs as a responsible agency to provide decentralized health services.
Cael ei werthu fel llaeth ffres wna hanner llaeth y wlad yma a'r gweddill yn cael ei brosesu i gaws, menyn, iogwrt, llaeth powdwr a hufen gan hawlio pris yn is.
PRIs are neither a grant, nor just an investment, but are in some ways like both, according to a statement by David Wilkinson, director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation.