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  • mann I have got names ready made to the end of the alphabet, and all the way through it again, when we come to Z." "Why, you're quite a literary character, sir," said Mrs. Mann.
  • math I had first year Math in High School, you know, last year, and my German Prof regarded me as a babe and wouldn't let me read things because I wasn't old enough-things that weren't suitable for children.
  • moan Her whisper was almost a moan.
  • mon Mon Dieu, are there not plenty of young men in Washington, Paris, Berlin?
  • mona But it was towards the convent door that Mona Lapaccia bent her steps, and, when she had rung the bell, she gave Filippo's shoulder a final shake, and pulled his coat straight and smoothed his hair.
  • monet But does Monet merit this excessive patronage, and if so, what are the qualities in his work that make it superior to Sisley's and Pissaro's?
  • mono He goes on to add that more important than these contacts of the mono-syllabic languages of Indo-China with mono-syllabic Khasi is their affinity with the Kol, and Nancowry poly-syllabic languages and with that of the aboriginal inhabitants of Malacca, i.
  • monolith I believe I could cut a monolith twenty feet long out of that rock, but the brutes won't let me have it.
  • monte He was near enough to make out the gesture as Monte raised his arm.
  • month It might take a month.
  • monthly If they want anything before the monthly note is due, they get goods, but it is very seldom that that is done.
  • moon I dropped from the moon."
  • morn If Americans choose to say, "From morn To noon he fell, from noon to dooey eve, A summer's day."
  • moth Nothing has happened to moth-to Barbara?
  • mount "Why shouldn't we mount guard over them all night-one of us by turns?
  • mouth Did you merely promise by word of mouth that you would pay it?
  • myth In the ardour of his pursuit after the favourite myth of his imagination the doctor had not noticed the distance he had ascended this narrow, winding stream; but now that he was all anxiety to reach the great river, it seemed as if it would never end.
  • ninth It will be as much to your interest to keep quiet as it will be mine to write you a cheque on the-let's see-the ninth of every month.
  • north I cannot at this moment recollect any one who goes to Faroe from the north district.
  • nth On the nth of June a street brawl between a Moslem and a Maltese led to a fierce rising.
  • Mont "At that time," says Marmont, "we still retained a flower of delicacy on these subjects."
  • Monty This was too much for Monty.
  • months The child was then spoken of as being four months old.
  • mouthy
  • MINN Professor W.G. Minn, Chair of Social Science, Victoria University College.
  • Monmouth
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