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  • gonad This is the same case in human embryos, where they are first detected at day 27 in the aorta gonad mesonephros region, expand rapidly at day 35, then disappear at day 40.
  • mad I shall go mad; I shall lose my senses."
  • maid A glance would tell her to be the maid, if the overheard conversation had not already declared it. If Schmuel had been a cute goyishe maid He'd've looked a lot like you Maybe it's just that you're afraid to go out on to a limb-ovich Maybe your heart's completely swayed – The Schmuel Song by Unknown Author
  • man But if it was not a like fate that awaited Edith Irwin, yet perhaps another ignominious lot would be hers, and this could not fail to appear, to the man who loved her, more terrible even than death itself.
  • mane Is it a widow you mane? The pride and the pain All the way back from the rise of my name See the world clear through the eyes of the mane See the world chear for the rhymes that I gave – The Watcher 2 by jay-z
  • manet
  • mann keiner klagt noch an die Panzerwuerfel fallen aus den Wolken und spielen mit dem Pflaster Toter Mann Und wir tanzen weiter – Regen In Berlin by Kunze Heinz Rudolf
  • manned
  • manta
  • many
  • mead
  • mean
  • meander
  • mend
  • mind
  • mined
  • moan
  • moaner
  • moat
  • mod
  • mon
  • mona
  • monday
  • monet
  • mono
  • monody
  • monte
  • mood
  • moon
  • morn
  • mound
  • mount
  • And "No, and I should like to.
  • Maned
  • Maud
  • Meant
  • Moaned
  • Mont
  • Mooned
  • Mourned
  • Monty
  • Mandy A weaver works by the piece, but Mandy had been reproved too often for slovenly methods not to know that she might be fined for neglect.
  • Mindy
  • Mani
  • moans
  • mounds
  • mayn't
  • arrogants The Arrogants were the first British second-class cruisers to use water-tube boilers, with 18 Belleville boilers feeding triple-expansion steam engines which drove two shafts, giving a speed of 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph).
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