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1) pes. The American Heritageź Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Inflected forms: pl. pe·des (peds) A foot or footlike part, especially the foot of a four-footed vertebrate. Latin ps. See ped- in Appendix I....

2) Aras'pes (in Jerusalem Delivered). Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...King of Alexandria, more famed for devices than courage. He joined the Egyptian armament against the Crusaders. 1...

3) Act V. Scene II. Webster, John. 1909-14. The Duchess of Malfi. The Harvard Classics
...[Enter] PESCARA and DOCTOR 1 PES. Now, doctor, may I visit your patient? DOC. If t please your lordship; but he s instantly To take the air here in the gallery By...

4) Asclepius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Asclepius, (askleŽpes) (KEY) , Lat. Aesculapius (esŽklaŽpes) (KEY) , legendary Greek physician; son of Apollo and Coronis. His first teacher was the wise centaur...

5) Pisco. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Pisco, (pesŽko) (KEY) , city (1993 pop. 53,714), capital of Pisco prov., SW Peru, a port on the Pacific Ocean. The major industries are the production of the famous...

6) Procopius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Procopius, (prokoŽpes) (KEY) , d. 565?, Byzantine historian, b. Caesarea in Palestine. He accompanied Belisarius on his campaigns as his secretary, and later he commanded...

7) Fallopius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Fallopius, (floŽpes) (KEY) , Ital. Gabriello or Gabriele Fallopio (gabreelŽlo, gabreaŽla fal-loŽpyo) (KEY) , 1523-62, Italian anatomist; pupil and successor of Andreas...

8) Eunapius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Eunapius, (yoonaŽpes) (KEY) , b. c.347, Greek Neoplatonic philosopher, whose Lives of the Philosophers and Sophists is a most valuable primary source. His continuation...

9) Scorpius. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Scorpius, (skorŽpes) (KEY) or Scorpio (-peo) (KEY) [Lat.,=the scorpion], conspicuous southern constellation lying on the ecliptic (the sun's apparent path through...

10) Papias. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Papias, (paŽpes) (KEY) , fl. A.D. 130, early Christian theologian said to have been bishop of Hieropolis and a friend of St. Polycarp. Papias' five-volume work, Oracles;...

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