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Correct spellings for MANDI
- mad Wot d'ye mean, mad?"
- made Show 'em what you're made of.
- maid And I can just remember one bit of another story: A pisky looked into a house and said:- All alone, fair maid?
- man I know who that man is and where to find him."
- mane I clutched my mare's mane, and sprang to the stirrup to pursue our enemy.
- manet Then, too, M. Zola first distinguished himself in literature as an art critic, the defender of Manet, the champion of the school of the 'open air.
- mania Thus I cannot possibly pass over in silence one Don Jacopo of Florence, who flourished a long time before D. Lorenzo, because as he was the best and most methodical of monks, so he was the best writer of large letters who has ever existed before or since, not only in Tuscany but in all Europe, as is clearly testified not only by the twenty large choir books which he left in his monastery, the writing in which is most beautiful, the books themselves being perhaps the largest in Italy, but an endless number of other books which may still be found in Rome and in Venice and many other places, notably in S. Michele and S. Mania at Murano, a monastery of the Camaldoline order.
- mann They brought into the West men and women who knew who Horace Mann was, and whose conceptions of education in its aims and methods were definite, well ordered, and aggressive.
- manned God help the poor souls that manned her-coral long ago."
- maunder It makes me maunder up an' deawn, like a gonnor wi' a nail in it's yed.
- And Yes; and of you.
- Mahdi Because he was Mahdi, his followers all had to obey him.
- Maud You know I was with Maud Stapleton when she saw her father-" She stopped again.
- Amanda The old sailor did not even groan, so the child had no idea that the drops of perspiration that gathered on his brow, and which Miss Amanda finally wiped away so tenderly, were called into being by acute suffering.
- Mandy "Well, he wasn't looking at no moccasin flower when I seed him," Mandy persisted.