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  • master Perhaps you think that you are old enough to be your own master ?
  • minister She refused to pass on the secrets of the King, or to play in any way into the hands of his minister , whose jealous anger was aroused and who determined to part her from her royal friend.
  • minster Philip was in York Minster , watching the solemn antique procession in which the highest authority in the county accompanies the judges to the House of the Lord, to be there admonished as to the nature of their duties.
  • mister "See here, Mister ," he began, and reached out a huge hand to close the door.
  • monster He's a horribly jealous little monster , and I hate him."
  • muenster ILLUSTRATIONS: Ptolemy, 530; Map by Donis (1482), 531; Ruysch's Map (1508), 532; the so-called Admiral's Map (1513), 534; Muenster 's Map (1532), 535; Title-Page of the Globus Mundi, 352; of Eden's Treatyse of the Newe India, 537; Vespucius, 539; Title of the Cosmographiae Introductio, 541; Map in Ptolemy (1513), 544, 545; the Tross Gores, 547; the Hauslab Globe, 548; the Nordenskioeld Gores, 549; Map by Apianus (1520), 550; Schoener's Globe (1515), 551; Frisius's Map (1522), 552; Peter Martyr's Map (1511), 557; Ponce de Leon, 558; his tracks on the Florida Coast, 559; Ayllon's Map, 561; Balboa, 563; Grijalva, 566; Globe in Schoener's Opusculum, 567; Garay's Map of the Gulf of Mexico, 568; Cortes's Map of the Gulf of Mexico, 569; the Maiollo Map (1527), 570; the Lenox Globe, 571; Schoener's Globe (1520), 572; Magellan, 573; Magellan's Straits by Pizafetta, 575; Modern Map of the Straits, 576; Freire's Map (1546), 578; Sylvanus's Map in Ptolemy (1511), 579; Stobnieza's Map, 580; the Alleged Da Vinci Sketch-Map, 582; Reisch's Map (1515), 583; Pomponius Mela's World-Map, 584; Vadianus, 585; Apianus, 586; Schoener, 588; Rosenthal or Nuremberg Gores, 590; the Martyr-Oviedo Map (1534), 592, 593; the Verrazano Map, 594; Sketch of Agnese's Map (1536), 595; Muenster 's Map (1540), 596, 597; Michael Lok's Map (1582), 598; John White's Map, 599; Robert Thorne's Map (1527), 600; Sebastian Muenster , 602; House and Library of Ferdinand Columbus, 604; Spanish Map (1527), 605; the Nancy Globe, 606, 607; Map of Orontius Finaeus (1532), 608; the same, reduced to Mercator's projection, 609; Cortes, 610; Castillo's California, 611; Extract from an old Portolano of the northeast Coast of North America, 613; Homem's Map (1558), 614; Ziegler's Schondia, 615; Ruscelli's Map (1544), 616; Carta Marina (1548), 617; Myritius's Map (1590), 618; Zaltiere's Map (1566), 619; Porcacchi's Map (1572), 620; Mercator's Globe (1538), 622, 623; Muenster 's America (1545), 624; Mercator's Gores (1541), reduced to a plane projection, 625; Sebastian Cabot's Mappemonde (1544), 626; Medina's Map (1544), 628, 629; Wytfliet's America (1597), 630, 631; the Cross-Staff, 632; the Zeni Map, 634, 635; the Map in the Warsaw Codex (1467), 636, 637; Mercator's America (1569), 638; Portrait of Mercator, 639; of Ortelius, 640; Map by Ortelius (1570), 641; Sebastian Cabot, 642; Frobisher, 643; Frobisher's Chart (1578), 644; Francis Drake, 645; Gilbert's Map (1576), 647; the Back-Staff, 648; Luke Fox's Map of the Arctic Regions (1635), 651; Hennepin's Map of Jesso, 653; Domina Farrer's Map (1651), 654, 655; Buache's Theory of North American Geography (1752), 656; Map of Bering's Straits, 657; Map of the Northwest Passage, 659.
  • muster Brigades were no stronger than full battalions, and the colonel was happy who could muster 200 muskets.
  • Munster "No, sire-never," said Count Munster , solemnly.

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