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Buck plays Mrs. Prest, a character she describes as “an entrepreneurial socialite.”
It was likewise attended by a hundred small vessels; these as well as the merchant-vessels, were prest into the service.
Lorenzo's feelings were averse to taking anything from Prest.Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow|Eliza R. Snow Smith
After a little practice, I shall probably think it rather a pleasure to be strained, and prest, and folded to the heart.The Heroine|Eaton Stannard Barrett
It was a summer evening; her melting hand seemed to dissolve in mine as I prest it to my bosom.
Plato he does not read, and he disparaged Socrates; and, when prest, persisted in making Mirabeau a hero.