[pur-sel for 1; pur-suh l for 2] /pɜrˈsɛl for 1; ˈpɜr səl for 2/
[milz] /mɪlz/ (Show IPA), 1912–97, U.S. physicist: Nobel prize 1952.
Henry, 1658?–95, English composer.
Edward Mills. 1912–97, US physicist, noted for his work on the magnetic moments of atomic nuclei: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1952)
Henry. ?1659–95, English composer, noted chiefly for his rhythmic and harmonic subtlety in setting words. His works include the opera Dido and Aeneas (1689), music for the theatrical pieces King Arthur (1691) and The Fairy Queen (1692), several choral odes, fantasias, sonatas, and church music
plural noun 1. a range in SE British Columbia and NW Montana. Highest peak, Mt. Farnham, 11,340 feet (3455 meters).
[pur-chuh s] /ˈpɜr tʃəs/ noun 1. Samuel, 1575?–1626, English writer and editor of travel books.
[pur-chuh-suh-buh l] /ˈpɜr tʃə sə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being bought. 2. that may be influenced by bribery; venal. /ˈpɜːtʃɪsəbəl/ adjective 1. able to be bribed or corrupted 2. able to be bought
[pur-chuh s] /ˈpɜr tʃəs/ verb (used with object), purchased, purchasing. 1. to acquire by the payment of money or its equivalent; buy. 2. to acquire by effort, sacrifice, flattery, etc. 3. to influence by a bribe. 4. to be sufficient to buy: Twenty dollars purchases a subscription. 5. Law. to acquire (land or other property) […]