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pr.

abbr.
1. pair
2. Grammar present
3. pronoun
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Pr.

abbreviation for
1. (Roman Catholic Church) Priest
2. Prince
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Pr.

ABBR =princeP.
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Pr.

abbr (=prince) → Pce
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