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  • hmo
  • imo Utque primum occisum Caesarem heredemque se comperit, in urbem regressus hereditatem adiit, nomen Caesaris sumpsit conlectoque veteranorum exercitu opem Decimo Bruto tulit, qui ab Antonio Mutinae obsidebatur.
  • ma "Bien, ma tante," said Jeanne.
  • mao Oh, no; don't put it off, Mrs. Grantham said; we have only another fortnight before James must be back again in London, and it would be a great pity to lose three or four days perhaps; and we have been looking forward to cruising about among the Channel Islands, and to St. Mao, and all those places.
  • mb Both S-mb-rne and Du M-r-er, When I have gone by 3.15 Granville Express, Victorier.
  • mc Ben Mc-Culloch's Arkansas column with the hosts Gen.
  • md Baldwin, Cook, Fellows, Glenn, Mills, Moffit, Postley, Hepford, Swift, W. P. Lasselle, 9 Md.
  • me What do you want of me?"
  • mg The element Mg, however, has two such bonds, as Mg or -Mg-.
  • mi Mi, who was more cautious and liked to feel her ground, took the opposite view.
  • mn Those five Lines were crossed out; but then follows: D - - - mn the first Lines, they are not mine, T'abuse a Lady so divine; Altho' I waited for her Hours, I have enjoy'd her lovely Powers, Her Wit, her Beauty, and her Sense, Have fully made me Recompence.
  • mo "It was taking it too much for granted," explained Mo, "that you and her were sort of keeping company."
  • mob This paper is a mob!
  • mod 1905. C. G. Child, The Rise of the Heroic Play, Mod.
  • mom By the way, what happened when you talked to Mom?
  • mon "Oh, ay, I'll leave them alone if ye'll only be sensible and act like a mon.
  • moo Mooweesuk, moo-wee'suk, the coon.
  • mop Jacobs and me and the clerk scraped him off best we could with pieces of barrel hoop and the cheese knife, and Mary come out from behind the letter boxes and helped along with the floor mop, but when we’d finished with him he was consider’ble more like somethin’ for breakfast than he was human.
  • mot The mot was deeply true.
  • mow This will be so, also, in July, when the peasants, not having had their sleep out, will mow the oats at night in order that it may not be lost, and the women will get up before dawn in order to finish their threshing in time; when this old woman, who had been exhausted during the harvest, and the women with child, and the little children will again all overwork themselves, and when there is a great want of hands, horses, carts, in order to house this corn upon which all men feed, of which millions of bushels are necessary in Russia in order that men should not die: during even such a time, the idle lives of ladies and gentlemen will go on.
  • mp
  • mt
  • mu The lost continent of Mu.
  • M my sister left with the band around three a.m. i've got a migraine from my eyes to my brain stem – Parking Lot by 3 Minute Hero
  • Moe But is it safe for you to come here, Moe?
  • My and my . . . The path winds forth before me, sweet and plain, Not now; but though beneath a stone-grey sky November's russet woodlands toss and wail, – I Now, O Friend, Whom Noiselessly The Snows by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Mos
  • Om All Voices Lord of the Universe, Lord of our being, Father eternal, ineffable Om!
  • MW
  • MK
  • MOI You hear some silly talk about a rehearsal and you precipitate yourself chez moi-" Without a word Audrey rose and departed.
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