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PARK, Eng. law. An enclosed chase (q.v.) extending only over a man's own grounds. The term park signifies an enclosure. 2 Bl. Com. 38.

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And Jo looked as much scandalized as if Amy and little Parker were not yet in their teens.
Parker spoke of you, and that brought me here tonight.
Parker, as though her trouble that there should be trouble in the house was the greater.
Parker crumpled as a stiff garment that slips down from a nail.
Yet, he knew so little about the inmates that he gave them names of his own invention: as 'Miss Elizabeth', 'Master George', 'Aunt Jane', 'Uncle Parker '--having no authority whatever for any such designations, but particularly the last--to which, as a natural consequence, he stuck with great obstinacy.
Thus, to the rector, he addressed a bow, compounded of lay deference, and a slight touch of the shady preliminary meditation at church; to the doctor, a confidential bow, as to a gentleman whose acquaintance with his inside he begged respectfully to acknowledge; before the Quality he delighted to abase himself; and for Uncle Parker, who was in the army (at least, so he had settled it), he put his open hand to the side of his hat, in a military manner which that angry-eyed buttoned-up inflammatory-faced old gentleman appeared but imperfectly to appreciate.
Parker & Sons has been part of that community for over 40 years.
Peaches" (McNamara) Parker; two sons: Harold "Skip" Parker and his wife, Karen, of Westminster, and Scott Parker and his wife, Sarah, of Clinton; a brother, Arthur Parker, of Clinton; four grandchildren: Kate Parker, Eric Parker and his wife, Denise, Heather Huyser and her husband, Eric, and Craig Parker; and three great-grandchildren.
The painted-foam teens, named Josh Redgrove and Parker Dinkleman, share plenty of common ground with their fans.
Researchers led by Michael Parker Pearson of the University of Sheffield in England suspect that the same community built both the village and Stonehenge as parts of a religious complex devoted to the dead.
US Airways CEO Doug Parker said a combination of the two airlines could create $1.
PROUD AS ANY PARENT BRAGGING about an offspring, Toni Trent Parker eagerly talks about her latest book, Sienna's Scrapbook: Our African American Heritage Trip (Chronicle Books LLC, October 2005).