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Bearde is a fictional character from the 1976 film Shark Kill.
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Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri
Forms: bearde, beerd, berd(e, brede. [OE beard (DOE s.v.).] Beard, hair that grows on man«s chin and adjacent parts. a1425 *Arderne(3) 158r: It is spedfull to drawe hym by þe nose & þe chekes & by þe beerd so þat þe spiryt may be revixed.
by Vincent Terrace
Hest Sonny Bono Regulars: Teri Garr, Ted Zeigler, Freeman King, Peter Cullen, Billy Van, Murray Langston Producer: Allan Blye, Chris Bearde Director: Art Fisher Announcer: Peter Cullen Music director: Lex DeAvesedo Writer: George Burditt, ...
by Hugh James Rose
BEARDE DE L'ABBAYE, a French writer on agriculture and rural economy, born about the beginning of the last ...
by New general biographical dictionary
BEARDE DE L'ABBAYE, a French writer on agriculture and rural economy, born about the beginning of the last century, and died in 1771. The chief writings of Bearde de l'Abbaye were printed at Amsterdam and Lausanne. (Biog. Univ.) ...
An International Work of Reference by John Huston Finley
the bearde ibex of the Himalayas (C. sibrn'ca), a species with a wide distribution in Asia; the Arabian ibex (C. sinat'lica); and the Abyssinian ibcx (C.
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Thomas Bearde, in PROB 11 (Reigate, Surrey).
Middle English Dictionary (1979)
by Sherman M Kuhn
A wretch, coward; good-for-nothing; — also as term of address; nithinges bearde [see bearde]; (b) as term of familiar address: boy, lad, fellow. (a) (all40) Malmesbury De Gestis in RS 90 2.362: Jubet ut comPatriotas advocent ad obsidionem ...
A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century (1847)
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps
“Incipiens barba, a younge moocie bearde,” Elyot, ed. 1559. MOSKER. To rot; to decay. North. MOSKYLLADE.
Containing One Hundred Thousand Names Together with a Classed Index of the Biographical Literature of Europe and America by Lawrence Barnell Phillips
Bearde de l'Abbaye, French economist and writer upon agriculture; d. 1771 D.U. Bearn, Hector, ...
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