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  • al "Well, then I'll have to lay you down," said Al, lifting her to her feet.
  • cl D. Houghton, cl. $2.
  • fl Ord. whiskey fl. oz. ij.
  • il It will be decidedly condemnatory if you talk of the new opera "Don Giovanni," or Rossini's "Trovatore," or are ignorant who composed "Fidelio," and in what opera occur such common pieces as "Ciascun lo dice," or "Il Segreto."
  • ma "You mustn'tfeel that away, ma.
  • mail After he had dined he inquired at the desk for his mail, and searched through the telegrams, but there was nothing for him.
  • male In the course of a few pages all the principal characters, male and female, are suddenly produced, safe and unscathed, before the reader.
  • mali Mali Army, Air Force, Gendarmerie, Republican Guard, National Guard, National Police (Surete Nationale)
  • mall Holmes showed me into a small chamber which looked out into Pall Mall, and then, leaving me for a minute, he came back with a companion whom I knew could only be his brother.
  • marl We increase the produce of our cultivated fields, in carbon, by a supply of lime, ashes, and marl, substances which cannot furnish carbon to the plants, and yet it is indisputable,-being founded upon abundant experience,-that in these substances we furnish to the fields elements which greatly increase the bulk of their produce, and consequently the amount of carbon.
  • maul Argyripnus atlanticus Maul, 1952 Argyripnus brocki Struhsaker, 1973 (Brocks Bristle-mouth Fish) Argyripnus electronus Parin, 1992 Argyripnus ephippiatus C.
  • mb Through the 1970s and into the early 1990s, cadets on shooting courses attended various regional camps across the country including Pat Bay, Vernon, and Victoria, BC; Winnipeg, MB; Calgary, AB; Dundurn, SK amongst others.
  • mc DUBLIN: JAMES MC. GLASHAN AND J. B. GILPIN
  • md CHAIRMAN: SPEAKERS: MR. W. H. BUCKLER, Baltimore, Md. PROFESSOR MUNROE SMITH, Columbia University.
  • me How is it that you know me?
  • meal Mrs. Zane's face wore a distressed and troubled look; Betty was pale and quiet; even the Colonel was gloomy; and the children, missing the usual cheerfulness of the evening meal, shrank close to their mother.
  • mewl
  • mi
  • mil
  • mile
  • mill
  • milo
  • ml
  • mn
  • mo
  • moil
  • mole
  • moll
  • mp
  • mt
  • mu
  • mule
  • mull
  • L 4 P. 201, l.
  • M My guide was M. Mauclair; his book it was that put me in the right way.
  • My
  • Mel Mel. O that I were a man, for thy sake!
  • LL For various inflections, see ll.
  • MW
  • XML
  • MK
  • MLLE
  • unmarkedly
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