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  1. Peersnoun

    a section of the British Houses of Parliament, the House of Lords, the House of Peers.

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  1. spree

  2. perse, per se

  3. esper

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of peers in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of peers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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  1. Richard Burr:

    She has earned the respect of the agency workforce, of her peers, of Republicans, of Democrats, of military officers, of civilian security leaders, evidenced by the number of letters received in support of her nomination too numerous to read.

  2. Burdett Loomis:

    Since he was a man of the Congress, a legislator, I think getting this award from the Congress is extraordinarily important -- that’s who he was, he was someone who wanted to pass laws, legislate and support the congressional branch of government, which he did admirably, in that sense, to be rewarded by your peers with this award is especially significant.

  3. Scott Lawson:

    There is an expectation that GE, after years of not growing well, will now grow better than many of its peers, the question is: Will the expectation be fulfilled?

  4. Elissa Slotkin:

    Bennie Thompson is what you would hope for in a committee chairman, bennie Thompson is serious and experienced, but Bennie Thompson also allows people on Homeland Security Committee, like Elissa Slotkin, to take leads on things that are important to us. You know a lot of my peers, complain about Homeland Security Committee chairman or chairwoman, who don't let them do anything.

  5. Michael Shapiro:

    Larger new-issue premiums impact future bond pricing to a greater extent than we have seen in the past, due to the illiquidity in the secondary market, the existing secondary curve can widen because of a larger new-issue premium and the result is wider pricing points when an issuer or one of its peers seeks to return to the market.

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