parry acknowledged that the Krim tragedy has provoked anxiety among parents.
“There needs to be long-term investment and a comprehensive plan for creating sustainable economic viability,” says parry.
Critics like parry Aftab argue that these sites are essentially conduits for bullying.
The Falklands gets mentioned on page three; there is music by Elgar (of course) and parry.
Think like a fencer: parry on Medicare; lunge at the stimulus.
"parry not with me," exclaimed the readily-irritated Cromwell.
She could not parry the question as she had done before, and it probed depths.
Aye, so it has, agreed Mrs. parry Wynn, intelligent an—an—lively.
But it would never have occurred to me to parry her queries.
He held out the point of that shimmering metal shaft, ready to parry any offensive thrust that Mike the Angel might make.
1630s, from French parez! (which commonly would have been heard in fencing lessons), imperative of parer "ward off," from Italian parare "to ward or defend a blow" (see para- (2)). Related: Parried; parrying. Non-fencing use is from 1718. The noun is 1705, from the verb.