rieve

rieve

(riːv)
n
archaic to rob or thieve
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"For this man is Peter Peterson, a very noted rieve, draw-latch, and murtherer, who has wrought much evil for many years in the parts about Winchester.
G rieve not for the sake of that which has escaped you nor yet exult because of that which hath been given.
(12) The Rep rieve is rather different from the novels discussed above in its very short timescale, condensed into the final week of September 1938 and charting the hectic activity of military call-up, given that France had direct treaty obligations to Czechoslovakia which Britain did not, though the British Fleet had been mobilised in the same period.
We thank Eleni Galanis, Diane MacDonald, Lisa Landry, George Mach, Rene Cardinal, Brent Dixon, Alvin Gajadhar, Doug Everett, Richard Rieve, and Yvonne Whitfield for their valuable contributions throughout the 2007 British Columbia Cyclospora outbreak investigation in epidemiology, laboratory testing, and food regulation.
Emil Rieve, the union's president, claimed that for this reason, "The silk industry is an American industry in which American capital is invested and American labor is engaged." Global trade was a fact of life, the AFHW argued; this did not make silk stockings any less American than other goods manufactured in the United States.
Racist and anticommunist propaganda also took its toll on the TWUA, as did the intra-union rivalry between Emil Rieve and George Baldanzi.
According to Stephen Rieve, senior director of business evaluation and analysis, the change can be attributed in part to a decrease in major disasters during fiscal 2000.
Sam Baron had a dispute with Emil Rieve, president of TWUA.
[8.] Kuhlemeier KV, Rieve JE, Kirby NA, Siebens AA.
According to Stephen Rieve, senior director, business evaluation and analysis for the Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(3), Biomedical Services generated a $9.8 million operating surplus -- or 0.6 percent of ARC's total revenues.