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- noun rare Plural form of
e, the name of the letter E.
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"My name ees Jose Castro;" and then he added with a show of pride:
The Girl of the Golden West David Belasco 1892
How Robin went from there to being part of Current’s first wave of employees is actually one of my favorite stories ever.
Professor Garlick, my name ees wizout ze final syllable. "
"Clifford," he inquired in English, "ees eet zat you haf a so great
In the Quarter 1899
Technically speaking; how do hedge'ees 'make' their money?
"Clerk be goned away for 'ees' oliday," explained the Porter, with a grin.
Many of his ees have been there for years and years …. could not have been that toxic.
“This person ees soo INTENZE,” says Ozzie, in his trademark Spanish accent.
Get Laid or Die Trying Jeff Allen 2011
The unions are fairly responsible because then know that every dime that goes into H&W IS NOT going into wages or other benefits and ees never notice all that money going to H&W.
Unilever wasn't immediately available to comment on whether its expatriate employ ees have returned to the country.
Heineken, Unilever Resume Egypt Operations Anna Marij van der Meulen 2011