Asser

[ah-ser]

noun

To·bi·as [toh-bahy-uh s; Dutch taw-bee-ahs] /toʊˈbaɪ əs; Dutch tɔˈbi ɑs/, 1838–1913, Dutch jurist and statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1911.

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Historical Examples of asser

  • For instructors indeed he could find only a few Mercian prelates and priests, with one Welsh bishop, Asser.

  • So Asser went to England, and became during six months in the year Alfred's constant friend and teacher.

  • It became very well known, and is also found in Asser and the Textus Roffensis.

    Beowulf

    R. W. Chambers

  • Asser has been used with caution, where his information seems to be really contemporary.

    Early Britain

    Grant Allen

  • Forgetting his assumed character, he went to the fountain and drank, although it was no later than the asser, or afternoon prayer.