Pease

Pease, in Middle English, was a noun referring to the vegetable pea; see that article for its etymology. The word survives into modern English in pease pudding.

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Arthur Stanley Pease - Other Work
... Besides his many botanical articles, Pease published a considerable amount of material on classical languages and literatures, his academic speciality ... In some cases, Pease combined his vocation (classics) with his avocation (botany) in the publication of papers such as "Notes on ancient grafting" (1933) and "Mythology and mycology" (1947) ... Pease also published a 1946 memoir, Sequestered vales of life, which includes remembrances and anecdotes of his career and hobbies ...
Arthur Stanley Pease
... Arthur Stanley Pease (September 22, 1881 – January 7, 1964) was a professor of Classics, a respected amateur botanist, and the tenth president of Amherst College in ... Pease was once described by his fellow faculty members as an "indefatigable pedestrian, and New Englander to the core." ...
Arthur Stanley Pease - Academic Career
... Pease attended Harvard College and Harvard University and received AB (1902), AM (1903), and PhD (1905) degrees in classical studies ... Pease starting teaching at Amherst College in 1924 and the was appointed college president in 1927 ... magazine's account of his appointment Five years later, Pease resigned from the presidency of Amherst College to return to his alma mater again as a Latin professor ...
Pease - Places
... Pease Pottage in West Sussex, UK Pease Bay and Pease Dean, scottish Borders, Scotland Pease (crater), a crater on the Moon United States Pease, Minnesota Pease Air Force Base ...
Lewis Pease - Biography
... Born to Philo Pease and Polly Orton in Lisle, New York on August 25, 1818, Lewis Morris Pease joined the New York Conference of the Methodist Episcopal ... services and bring in converts for the Methodists, which Pease did for several months, however he eventually came to the conclusion that rehabilitation ... In spite of his humanitarian efforts, Pease was dismissed by Ladies' Home Missionary Society within a year ...