piert

piert

(pɪət)
n
(Plants) another name for parsley piert
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
I should like you to pick me out a finer-limbed young fellow nor Master Godfrey--one as 'ud knock you down easier, or 's more pleasanter-looksed when he's piert and merry."
Evans-Winters and Joyce Piert (2014) have tied Septima Clark to a line of black women educators that includes contemporary women like bell hooks.
PIERT - ELIZABETH PATRICIA (Betty), September 2, 2018.
Sheep's Burr *Aphanes arvensis Parsley Piert *Cotoneaster ?glaucophyllus Cotoneaster *Malus pumila Domestic Apple *Prunus cerasifera Cherry Plum *Rubus anglocandicans Blackberry Rubus parvifolius Small-leaf Bramble *Rosa rubiginosa Sweet Briar Rubiaceae Asperula conferta Common Woodruff *Galium aparine Cleavers Galium binifolium subsp.
Similarly, Piert and colleagues found that high GS ([greater than or equal to] 4+3) and Ki-67 index ([greater than or equal to] 5%) were significantly associated with an increased SUV in [sup.11]C-choline PET imaging.
In an annual swim in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, which raised more than PS30,000 for the RNLI, 29 volunteers dived into harbour waters while around 1000 people lined the piert.
Twelve mature female rabbits (18 weeks old, 2.5 (0.3 kg)) were divided into an acute injury (AI) group (n = 6), a post-injury early return to training (PIERT) group (n = 6) and a normal control (CON) group (n = 6).
THE STEAMPACKET; THE SHIP INN; REDCAR PIERT; HE ROBIN HOOD; THE CAPTAIN COOK; THE GLASS BARREL; MIDDLESBROUGH'S OLD CATHEDRAL, NOW DEMOLISHED; THE FLEECE; THE GOSFORD ARMS; THE CORNER SHOP AT WILLIAM STREET
Veronica) Mouse-ear chickweed Lespedeza Prostrate spurge Chicory Mallow Spotted spurge Cinquefoil Black medic Spurweed Hop clover Mugwort Wild strawberry White clover Wild mustard Thistles Cranesbill Wild onion Prostrate vervain English daisy Birdseye pearlwort Wild violet Oxeye daisy Field pennycress Yellow woodsorrel Dandelion Pennywort Common yarrow Dichondra Parsley piert Yellow rocket Curly dock * Actually a sedge, not a true grass.
270 and 273 are given the correct syllable count by the inappropriate addition of a diaeresis to 'piert' ('it appears') and 'oire' ('journey') respectively.
Former liquor merchant Ed Piert exclaimed: "Seven days a week, 20 hours a day, no vacations, people stealing.