[ney-pee-er or for 1–3, nuh-peer]
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Napier thought there was some collusion between the juggler and his retainer.
This remark, when repeated to Napier, he said was ample reward for his toils.
Napier took the right method of inspiring his men with his own heroic spirit.
Napier will be the sanatorium of that side of the world one of these days.Recollections
David Christie Murray
I said all this to Napier and a lot more besides and left him keener on Salonika than ever.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2
- a port in New Zealand, on E North Island on Hawke Bay: wool trade centre. Pop: 56 100 (2004 est)
- Sir Charles James. 1782–1853, British general and colonial administrator: conquered Sind (1843): governor of Sind (1843–47)
- John. 1550–1617, Scottish mathematician: invented logarithms and pioneered the decimal notation used today
- Robert (Cornelis), 1st Baron Napier of Magdala. 1810–90, British field marshal, who commanded in India during the Sikh Wars (1845, 1848–49) and the Indian Mutiny (1857–59). He captured Magdala (1868) while rescuing British diplomats from Ethiopia
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