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PEERPublic Employees for Environmental Responsibility
PEERPacific Earthquake Engineering Research (Center at University of California, Berkeley)
PEERPhysician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine
PEERPartnership for European Environmental Research
PEERProgram for Extraordinary Experience Research (John E. Mack Institute)
PEERPublic Entity EMS Resource
PEERProject on Equal Education Rights
PEERPermit Engineering Evaluation Report
PEERPerformance Efficiency Evaluation Report
PEERPrice Escalation Estimated Rate(s)
PEERPredictive Eye Estimation Regression
PEERPi Eta Engagement Resource (Pi Eta Consulting Company; Singapore)
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The king has made him a baron, and can make him a peer, but he cannot make him a gentleman, and the Count of Morcerf is too aristocratic to consent, for the paltry sum of two million francs, to a mesalliance.
They are the Count of Chateau-Renaud, whose nobility goes back to the twelve peers, and whose ancestors had a place at the Round Table; M.
Here aforetime sat Neleus, peer of gods in counsel, but he was now dead, and had gone to the house of Hades; so Nestor sat in his seat sceptre in hand, as guardian of the public weal.
First he asked Nestor and King Idomeneus, then the two Ajaxes and the son of Tydeus, and sixthly Ulysses, peer of gods in counsel; but Menelaus came of his own accord, for he knew how busy his brother then was.
And those of Dulichium with the sacred Echinean islands, who dwelt beyond the sea off Elis; these were led by Meges, peer of Mars, and the son of valiant Phyleus, dear to Jove, who quarrelled with his father, and went to settle in Dulichium.
These were led by Ulysses, peer of Jove in counsel, and with him there came twelve ships.
He was the greatest judge in the land and a peer of the realm.
The Lord Treasurer, the Lord High Steward, too were there and twenty-five peers, nine earls, and sixteen barons to try the case.
To ease the reader's curiosity, therefore, rather than his apprehensions, we proceed to inform him that an Irish peer had arrived very late that evening at the inn, in his way to London.
Sophia was very soon eased of her causeless fright by the entry of the noble peer, who was not only an intimate acquaintance of Mrs Fitzpatrick, but in reality a very particular friend of that lady.
The peer, after a short conversation, could not forbear expressing some surprize at meeting the lady in that place; nor could he refrain from telling her he imagined she had been gone to Bath.
Amongst a man's peers, a man shall be sure of familiarity; and therefore it is good, a little to keep state.