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  • Marriage(Definition of marriage)
  • Is that what marriage means to you?

  • Peerage(Definition of peerage)
  • George herbert, the one popular name, if we except lovelace and suckling, of the last paragraph, was born at montgomery castle in 1593, of the great house now represented in the english peerage by the holders of the titles of pembroke, carnarvon, and powis.

  • Rage(Definition of rage)
  • They scattered into outer gloom before his rage, and then came back to kneel to him and beg him withdraw his curse.

  • Message(Definition of message)
  • I've brought a message from the little lady that lives here.

  • Marge(Definition of marge)
  • That ought to make people say: thank you, marge, for your kind words.

  • Meager(Definition of meager)
  • Spohr was singularly meager, for the most part, in musical ideas and freshness of melody, but he was a profound master of the orchestra; and in that variety and richness of resources which give to tone-creations the splendor of color, which is one of the great charms of instrumental music, spohr is inferior only to wagner among modern symphonists.

  • Mirages
  • It was a highly electrified air, and the result was a series of maddening mirages.

  • Merge(Definition of merge)
  • And if all this seems unduly technical it is only to bear out with something like a scientific accuracy the statements made a little earlier that two orders meet and merge within us and that the reactions of our loves, our fears, or our longings upon our bodily processes may be stated in terms of the test tube and the chemist's scale.

  • Meagre(Definition of meagre)
  • Father and small son, fourteen, were fishing for cod, and had their meagre catch in a tin pail.

  • Mirage(Definition of mirage)
  • It was all a mystic's mirage to her, a delightful excuse for a sojourn in the outer desert.

  • Mere(Definition of mere)
  • But i admit this is all mere speculation, in which i ask no one to follow me.

  • Menage(Definition of menage)
  • The creature had succeeded somehow in inflicting her baleful presence for a second time upon the menage, and wished it to be understood that the returned mademoiselle brunelle was another person, no relation to the one who had been ejected.

  • Merger(Definition of merger)
  • And finally, once you begin the merger process, we'll determine wallaby's value, and you'll follow up about a year later with the acquisition announcement.

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