noun, plural pon·tes [pon-teez] /ˈpɒn tiz/. Anatomy.
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Poor Pons had lost none of the talk in the kitchen; he heard it all, even to the last word.
Pons has missed the life he was meant for; he was made to be a good husband.'
Pons seemed to think that he was slipping over the edge of a precipice and must catch at something to save himself.
Pons read the scrawl through with close attention, then he let the paper drop and lay quite silent for a while.
The three who had done Pons to death were still on the landing; La Cibot told them to wait.