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Peter Pierce
... Peter Pierce (born April 6, 1969 in Mountain View, California) is a surfer and artist known for is works depicting surfers ... Pierce began drawing before the age of six and has become an important figure in the emerging surf art movement ...
Pierce - Other Uses
... Pierce-Arrow, an early manufacturer of automobiles Pierce Washington, one of the main characters of Saints Row 2 and Saints Row The Third Pierce oscillator, an electronic ...
Ben Pearce - Fiction
... Benjamin Franklin Pierce, known as Hawkeye Pierce, fictional character in the M*A*S*H film and television series Benjamin Pierce, fictional schizophrenic artist in the ...
Pierce Brodkorb
... Pierce Brodkorb (September 29, 1908 in Chicago, Illinois – July 18, 1992 in Gainesville, Florida), also stated as William Pierce Brodkorb, was an American ornithologist and ... is the case of the enigmatic fossil bird Foro panarium Latin forō means " pierce ", and panarium is the Roman term for a basket to store bread – in German (whence Brodkorb's family name originated) a Brotkorb ... Hence, Foro panarium is the Latin translation of "Brodkorb Pierce", as the genus name can be considered the equivalent of a person's family name ...
John B. Pierce
... John Bartlett Pierce (June 2, 1844 – June 23, 1917) was an American industrialist who founded the American Radiator Company, a forerunner of American Standard ... Pierce was born June 2, 1844, in Embden, Maine ... in the northern United States, he established the Pierce Steam Heating Company, which manufactured and sold steel boilers and cast iron radiators ...

Famous quotes containing the word pierce:

    Just pierce my right side open
    And save my baby.”
    —Unknown. The Death of Queen Jane (l. 7–8)

    Let not my beauty’s fire
    Inflame unstaid desire,
    Nor pierce any bright eye
    That wandereth lightly.
    George Peele (1559–1596)

    Who will go drive with Fergus now,
    And pierce the deep wood’s woven shade,
    And dance upon the level shore?
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)