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dree

(driː)
vb, drees, dreeing or dreed
1. (tr) to endure
2. dree one's weird to endure one's fate
adj
another word for dreich
[Old English drēogan; related to Old Norse drӯgja to perpetrate]
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dree


Past participle: dreed
Gerund: dreeing

Imperative
dree
dree
Present
I dree
you dree
he/she/it drees
we dree
you dree
they dree
Preterite
I dreed
you dreed
he/she/it dreed
we dreed
you dreed
they dreed
Present Continuous
I am dreeing
you are dreeing
he/she/it is dreeing
we are dreeing
you are dreeing
they are dreeing
Present Perfect
I have dreed
you have dreed
he/she/it has dreed
we have dreed
you have dreed
they have dreed
Past Continuous
I was dreeing
you were dreeing
he/she/it was dreeing
we were dreeing
you were dreeing
they were dreeing
Past Perfect
I had dreed
you had dreed
he/she/it had dreed
we had dreed
you had dreed
they had dreed
Future
I will dree
you will dree
he/she/it will dree
we will dree
you will dree
they will dree
Future Perfect
I will have dreed
you will have dreed
he/she/it will have dreed
we will have dreed
you will have dreed
they will have dreed
Future Continuous
I will be dreeing
you will be dreeing
he/she/it will be dreeing
we will be dreeing
you will be dreeing
they will be dreeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dreeing
you have been dreeing
he/she/it has been dreeing
we have been dreeing
you have been dreeing
they have been dreeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dreeing
you will have been dreeing
he/she/it will have been dreeing
we will have been dreeing
you will have been dreeing
they will have been dreeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dreeing
you had been dreeing
he/she/it had been dreeing
we had been dreeing
you had been dreeing
they had been dreeing
Conditional
I would dree
you would dree
he/she/it would dree
we would dree
you would dree
they would dree
Past Conditional
I would have dreed
you would have dreed
he/she/it would have dreed
we would have dreed
you would have dreed
they would have dreed
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My history is DREE, as we say, and will serve to while away another morning.
I shall lose two or dree thousand pounds, I believe, by that honest gentleman, Mr Nightingale." "Well, sir," said Allworthy, "I will be with you within the half-hour." "And do for once," cries the squire, "take a fool's advice; never think of dealing with her by gentle methods, take my word for it those will never do.
I were married on Eas'r Monday nineteen year sin, long and dree. She were a young lass - pretty enow - wi' good accounts of herseln.
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Stephan Degenhart, associate partner of Drees & Sommer and managing director of its Middle East office, added: "[Gregory's] understanding of strata and community management structures, local authority adoption strategies, and strategic and detailed cost modelling for leading mixed-use communities will be crucial to our ongoing success."
In order to create world-renowned developments, it is important to work with people who are aligned with our goals and vision which I am confident we have achieved through Shapoorji Pallonji, Drees & Sommer, B+H Architects, and Khatib & Alami," said HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Saeed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
As part of Drees & Sommer's remit, the team will be responsible for elements of the project including agile planning, value engineering, technical project management, cost control and quality management, amongst others.
Drees, who has been the company's president -- marine parts and accessories, succeeds John Pfeifer.
As Drees emphasizes, the importance of Indigenous storytelling underscores the need for this approach to research to continue (xxxvf).
Drees emphasizes the contextual setting of many of the debates and the lack of progress that has been made in many of the discussions.
Dr Drees explained that the field of contemporary Islamic bioethics is the main focus of the conference in order to elucidate the possibility of having a rich and intriguing mode of encounter between Islam and the West.