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/ ˈɑ sər /
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To·bi·as [toh-bahy-uhs; Dutch taw-bee-ahs], /toʊˈbaɪ əs; Dutch tɔˈbi ɑs/, 1838–1913, Dutch jurist and statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1911.
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The original therefore apparently belongs to some date before 970, when Edmund died (cf. Stevenson's Asser, 158, note).Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
Asser, who wrote the Life of Alfred, has described Shaftesbury as consisting of one street in his time.Thomas Hardy's Dorset|Robert Thurston Hopkins
The following is the dreadful character of Eadburga as given by Asser de lfredi rebus gestis.
Asser tells us this, and he tells us of the "Handbook" which grew to a great size, from this collecting habit of Alfred's.
Asser and Stow point out clearly that Alfred's settlement came after a long period of ruin.Memorials of Old London|Various