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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
PEERProfessional Engineering Employment Registry
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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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.
Matters being thus adjusted, his lordship took his leave, and the ladies retired to rest, where Mrs Fitzpatrick entertained her cousin with many high encomiums on the character of the noble peer, and enlarged very particularly on his great fondness for his wife; saying, she believed he was almost the only person of high rank who was entirely constant to the marriage bed.
At length an honorable peer, Morcerf's acknowledged enemy, ascended the tribune with that solemnity which announced that the expected moment had arrived.
I used all my influence with one of the committee, a young peer of my acquaintance, to get admission to one of the galleries.
But he had been unable to send to Albert the following particulars, as the events had transpired after the messenger's departure; namely, that the same day a great agitation was manifest in the House of Peers among the usually calm members of that dignified assembly.
One of the noble peers, who was familiar with the Arabic language, having studied it during the famous Egyptian campaign, followed with his eye as the translator read aloud: --
I learn all in the silence of my apartments, -- for instance, I see all the newspapers, every periodical, as well as every new piece of music; and by thus watching the course of the life of others, I learned what had transpired this morning in the House of Peers, and what was to take place this evening; then I wrote.'
"I cannot deny, Senor Don Quixote, that there is some truth in what you say, especially as regards the Spanish knights-errant; and I am willing to grant too that the Twelve Peers of France existed, but I am not disposed to believe that they did all the things that the Archbishop Turpin relates of them.
I, too, trembling, peered down at the angry beasts and did my best to imitate my mother's cries.
Again there was an agitation of the bushes, and then, so suddenly that it almost startled a cry from him, the bushes parted and a face peered out.
An email was sent to the chief editors of these medical journals requesting them to send their peer review proforma for study purpose.