a rebellion in 1536 in N England against the Reformation and Henry VIII’s government
noun 1. a flat-sided water bottle having two loops at the side of a short neck for a suspending cord or chain.
- Pilgrim fathers
plural noun 1. the Pilgrim Fathers, the English Puritans who sailed on the Mayflower to New England, where they founded Plymouth Colony in SE Massachusetts (1620)
[pil-grim, -gruh m] /ˈpɪl grɪm, -grəm/ noun 1. a person who journeys, especially a long distance, to some sacred place as an act of religious devotion: pilgrims to the Holy Land. 2. a traveler or wanderer, especially in a foreign place. 3. an original settler in a region. 4. (initial capital letter) one of the […]
- Pigouvian tax
/pɪˈɡuːvɪən/ noun 1. a tax levied to counter an economic negative externality, for example taxing producers of industrial pollution in order to encourage pollution control