Pierce


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Synonyms for Pierce

Synonyms for Pierce

to penetrate with a sharp edge

to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

Synonyms for Pierce

14th President of the United States (1804-1869)

cut or make a way through

move or affect (a person's emotions or bodily feelings) deeply or sharply

sound sharply or shrilly

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penetrate or cut through with a sharp instrument

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At the men's arraignment, their lawyers claimed that Pierce was the aggressor in the incident, that Pierce said something to them about some woman, pulled a gun, and shot Cook while Cook was attempting to disarm Pierce.
In developing the ELDERtech program, Pierce Home drew on ideas from several resources.
This isn't some 'experience' I'm having," Pierce says of her commitment to farming.
Pierce did everything he was told over the next three weeks of phone tag, except for comprehending that the 30-day deadline for denying paternity in writing was etched in federal law, regardless of what he discussed with Contra Costa employees--who he says never once told him the clock was ticking.
It the school system could engage Pierce the way he learns best, then any symptoms of ADD would disappear," Bush says.
Branch Ministries is the parent organization of the Church at Pierce Creek.
Prior to the accident, James left town and left Pierce in charge of his business.
And never allow anyone to pierce you with a "piercing gun.
On a Friday afternoon in October 1988, the telephone rang at Pierce Processing, a small engineering consulting company near Cincinnati.