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peerage

1. the whole body of peers; aristocracy
2. the position, rank, or title of a peer
3. (esp in the British Isles) a book listing the peers and giving genealogical and other information about them
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Moroccan Foreign Minister, Tab Fassi Fihri held, here Monday talks with his British peer, David Miliband on ways to further bolster bilateral cooperation in all fields, as well as the issue of the Moroccan Sahara.
On July 11, he noted on his blog: "I can't speak for the defendants, but for yours truly these last two weeks have been the most dispiriting, a glimpse into the pit of hell into which three relatively ordinary fellows plus one outsized British peer have been lowered by fate and the U.
He had been Invited by a British peer to show his controversial 17-mlnute film Fitna, which criticises the Koran as a "fascist book", In the House of Lords.
Despite threats of demonstration from a British Peer and Muslim community leaders, the meeting will go ahead Thursday 12th February.
In response, the British peer who runs the business made promises to loosen his reins a bit.
Celebrities including F1 racing driver Lewis Hamilton, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, FIFA president Sepp Blatter and British peer Earl Spencer donated prizes to the online auction, which raised PS97,642 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) and the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
Not only are they much larger than typical slave dolls from this period (31cm to 66cm), they came to Australia in the company of Lord Alistair McAlpine, the hereditary British peer who is notable for building Broome into one of Australia's most highly-acclaimed if isolated tourist destinations.
French utility GDF Suez and British peer International Power could announce an agreement on a planned asset tie-up in coming days, British newspapers reported on Sunday.
BRITISH peer and media tycoon Conrad Black is to be freed from prison after more than two years behind bars.
The devastating news came after British peer Lord Jones of Cheltenham demanded clarification about the much-discussed legislation designed to end the fiasco.
The latest twist in the dramatic case was revealed during a meeting hosted by British peer Lord Nazir Ahmed at the House of Lords here on Wednesday.
Sometimes it seems that when the British peer over the horizon, all they see is Singapore.

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