Definition of Reeves
1. Noun. (plural of reeve) ¹
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Definition of Reeves
1. reeve [v] - See also: reeve
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Literary usage of Reeves
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1. Municipal and Institutional Libraries of Indiana: History, Conditon and by William Elmer Henry, Indiana Louisiana purchase exposition commission (1904)
"MORRISSON-reeves LIBRARY. The Morrisson-reeves Library of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, is one of the oldest libraries in the state and is of the number ..."
2. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1913)
"Etheridge testified tbat he did not charge reeves a fee for procuring Callaway to purchase the property, but acted more as a friend to help reeves in ..."
3. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1896)
"[Enos reeves entered the Pennsylvania Line as a private in the First Regiment. ... Captain reeves was a member of the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature by John Lansing Wendell, New York (State). Supreme Court (1874)
"After the death of D. reeves, senior, and previous to the conveyance to the ... D. reeves, junior, alleged that some of the demands were unfounded and ..."
5. The History of the Norman Conquest of England by Edward Augustus Freeman (1876)
"364) counts the unjust reeves as a special class of spoilers along with the Danish ... 364) by the reeves without the consent or knowledge of their masters. ..."
6. The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its Results by Edward Augustus Freeman (1876)
"THE KING'S reeves. I HAVE more than once spoken of the complaints which were made, both before the coming of William and after, of the oppressions wrought ..."