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  • mamet Fiction by Steven Dietz; The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry; Bronte by Polly Teale; On the Verge or the Geography of Yearning by Eric Overmyer; Remy Bumppos thinkTank; Dickens in America by James DeVita 2008–09 Season: The Perils of Possession: The Vo
  • mat So the Princess went from her father to be the Queen of the Aztecs, and she took with her the Captive, who served her in everything with entire fidelity and slept upon a mat before her door. I laid my welcome mat I hung my this or that – Binky The Doormat by r.e.m.
  • mate Give her line, mate -give her line-and if I wasn't such a downhearted chap myself I'd be helping you to land her." Find a mate, dear boy, find a mate Princess Susan, Princess Karen, Princess Kate – What Has Love got To Do With Getting Married by Unknown Author
  • matte Saibou Bungaku - "Yoru Made Matte " (Perpetuum, 2004)Saibou Bungaku - "Saibou Bungaku" (Eimosez, 2006)
  • meat Their strength was small from lack of proper meat .
  • meaty We Dont Run" is a drum and bass driven rock song, with "meaty production and a shredding guitar solo", the song was written exclusively for Burning Bridges.
  • med The other person in the Med Ship displayed the same symptoms, in prompt and complete repetition, without physical contact.
  • medea But the answer was checked on her lips; a fearful thundering and roaring suddenly made the house shake; Medea dropped the saucer with a piercing shriek, the contents splashed up, and warm, sticky drops fell on the girl's arms and dress.
  • meed In this house of luxury, but few of its ladies had received their meed of respect.
  • meet King was leading the saddled horses to meet her; Gloria gave him her gauntleted hand in a greeting the degree of friendliness of which was gauged by the clever eyes at the window; friendliness already arrived at a stage of intimacy.
  • melt Once more she would stand in the vast church, the censers swinging, the organ pealing overhead, round her a great throng of beatified adoring saints, with golden glories, with palms, and tall white lilies, and many- coloured garments; or pillars and arches would melt away, and she would find herself wandering through flower-enamelled grass, in fair rose-gardens of Paradise; or radiant forms would come gliding towards her through dark-blue skies; or the heavens themselves would seem to open, and reveal a blaze of glory, where, round a blue-robed, star-crowned Madonna, choirs of rapturous angels repeated the divine melodies she had heard faintly echoed in the violinist's dim little room.
  • meter Goethe had taken a great fancy to the ancient elegiac meter and for some time past it had been his favorite form of poetic expression.
  • mit Von day, ven ze good man say dot he bring me here in ze Institution, vare I read ze letters mit my fing-er, Mary say dot ce vill come mit me, and Georgy say dot he come; and Franky say dot he come; and Franky's fader say dot he may, and zey all come in ze carriage, and ze lady come.
  • mite "Don't seem to feel anxious a mite .
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  • Met He suspected that back taxes could not be met by the legitimate owners-if they could be disentangled from the mists that surrounded their possessions-he meant to get them into his own power.
  • Mete Also, that no manner of persons shall sell any goods with unlawful mete or measures, yards or weights, but such as be lawful and keep the true assize, upon pain of forfeiture of all such goods and further imprisonment.
  • meme "Ce n'est donc meme pas une amitie? C'est Alex qui vous recherche malgre vous!" exclaimed the class-mistress.
  • Emmett Fenianism in Ireland since Emmett has never had one capable leader possessing the physical courage to show himself in the forefront on all occasions.
  • meets Again, the appeal of the book is, on the whole, not to revelation, but to experience, and it meets the average man and woman upon their ordinary level.
  • MME When, later in the evening, we arrived at Mme .
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