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Pasha, Pacha, pash′, n. a title given to Turkish officers who are governors of provinces or hold high naval and military commands.
Passion, pash′un, n. power of feeling pain or suffering: strong feeling or agitation of mind, esp.
Aaron was a clever business man, and Pash was professionally disgusted that he had left behind him such a loose testament.
Sylvia indeed blushed and raised her head, but Paul still held her with his uninjured arm, defying Mr. Pash and all the world.
"I am gathering rosebuds while I may, Mr. Pash," said he, misquoting Herrick's charming line.