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Perʹicles

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Prince of Tyre (Shakespeare). The story is from the Gesta Romanoʹrum, where Periclēs is calledApolloʹnius, King of Tyre.” The story is also related by Gower in his Confessio Amantis (bk. viii.).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Père Duchêne
Père la Chaise
Peregrine
Peregrine Falcon (A)
Peregrine Pickle
Perfectionists
Perfide Albion! (French)
Perfume
Perfumed Terms of the Time
Peri
Pericles
Pericles Boast
Perillo Swords
Perillos and the Brazen Bull
Perilous Castle
Perion
Peripatetics
Peris
Perissa (excess or prodigality; Greek, Perissos)
Periwig
Periwinkle

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