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  • Pru — may refer to: * Pru (Thai band), a Thai indie pop band * A nickname for the Prudential Tower in Boston, Massachusetts * PRU is also the stock symbol for Prudential Financial * The nickname of a supporting character in Updike s Rabbit at Rest the… …   Wikipedia

  • pru´dent|ly — pru|dent «PROO duhnt», adjective. 1. planning carefully ahead of time; sensible; discreet: »A prudent man saves part of his wages. SYNONYM(S): judicious, wise, cautious. 2. characterized by good judgment or good management: »a prudent policy. I… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pru|dent — «PROO duhnt», adjective. 1. planning carefully ahead of time; sensible; discreet: »A prudent man saves part of his wages. SYNONYM(S): judicious, wise, cautious. 2. characterized by good judgment or good management: »a prudent policy. I thought it …   Useful english dictionary

  • pru´ri|ent|ly — pru|ri|ent «PRUR ee uhnt», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. having lustful thoughts or wishes: »A survey disclosed that several books, with content and illustrations catering to prurient interests, are on sale in leading bookshops (Atlanta Journal).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pru|ri|ent — «PRUR ee uhnt», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. having lustful thoughts or wishes: »A survey disclosed that several books, with content and illustrations catering to prurient interests, are on sale in leading bookshops (Atlanta Journal). SYNONYM(S):… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pru|dence — «PROO duhns», noun. 1. wise thought before acting; good judgment: »All the virtues range themselves on the side of prudence, on the art of securing a present well being (Emerson). 2. good management; economy. Synonym Study 1 Prudence, foresight… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pru|nel|la — «proo NEHL uh», noun. 1. a strong, smooth fabric formerly used for the uppers of shoes. 2. a similar fabric, used for women s dresses. ╂[probably < French, Old French prunelle sloe, wild plum (perhaps because of its color)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • (s)p(h)ereg-, (s)p(h)erǝg-, (s)p(h)rēg- (nasal. spreng-) —     (s)p(h)ereg , (s)p(h)erǝg , (s)p(h)rēg (nasal. spreng )     English meaning: to rush, hurry; to scatter, sprinkle     Deutsche Übersetzung: “zucken, schnellen” and ‘streuen, sprinkle, spritzen”     Note: g extension to sp(h)er     Material: A …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

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