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  • humanely Those who knew all about him wished to give him substantial relief in his own cottage, and to appoint some aged woman as nurse-a thing that is occasionally done, and most humanely .
  • mainly And we probably do not remember one quarter of our dreams: they belong to a mainly different order of consciousness.
  • mandela Following the introduction of the universal franchise in the 1994 general election, Buthelezi led the IFP to join the government of national unity, led by Nelson Mandela .
  • mane The native servants gathered to admire the great mane and mighty paws there spread out, and many were the excited ejaculations and comments they fired off.
  • manila On December 6, 1896, he was led out of the Manila prison into the courtyard.
  • manly Well I will try cold said Mr Salteena feeling it was more manly to say that.
  • mannerly The reply seemed almost girlish in comparison with the gruffer tones of the other patients and I marvelled that the owner of this polite, mannerly , high-pitched voice could be known by any such name as "Red Shannahan."
  • mantel He leaned, sick as death, against the mantel -piece, and gasped so terribly that Jael's fortitude gave way, and she began to cry.
  • manual He was able, too, or rather he had been, and he still possessed the manual skill peculiar to the old days.
  • manually In the meantime, every loan or book search had to be conducted manually .
  • many I do not mean to say that it would not be pleasanter to share one's rambles with a congenial companion; but it is not easy to find one; either there are differences of opinion, or the subtle barriers of age to overleap, or one is conscious that there are regions of one's mind in which a friend will inevitably and fretfully miss his way-there are not many friends, for anyone, to whom his mind can lie perfectly and unaffectedly open; and thus, though I do not hesitate to say that I would prefer the society of the perfect friend to my loneliness, yet I prefer my loneliness to the incursions of the imperfect friend.
  • marley They had only one observer, and to Miss Marley the sight of them was like the sight of those unknowingly condemned to die.
  • meanly But the lofty nobility of his severe young face and the high-lifting forehead, proclaimed to all who were competent in such matters that it was only his body that was meanly clad.
  • money "Yes," he was told, "Mr. Bohlmann has always stood high in the church, and has been liberal and sensible with his money .
  • namely He had not mentioned to any one his unconsciousness of the child's entrance, shrinking from questions which might lead to the fact he himself suspected-namely, that he had been in one of his trances.
  • sanely
  • Manley Then Mr. Manley , who had been gifted by Heaven with a lively imagination wholly untrammelled by any straining passion for exactitude, entertained Mr. Stebbing with a vivid account of his experiences as leader of the first Great Push.
  • Manuel "Oh, what will Manuel say if he comes?
  • Manuela He had indeed made Manuela pay double.

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