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  • Mewl(Definition of mewl)
  • My(Definition of My)
  • Ll
  • This is the explanation of ll.

  • Male(Definition of male)
  • I hold that there is no difference of any kind between the intellectual powers of the male and female human being.

  • Marl(Definition of marl)
  • Of calcareous soils we have three varieties, viz. -limestone, limestone gravel, and marl.

  • Mb
  • Pro action replay 4m (with 4 mb ram) pro action replay 4m plus (same as the 4m, but with manual choice of the needed ram) playstation action replay (1995) pro action replay (1996) action replay cdx (1997) action replay 2 v2 (2001) [as bonus disc with ps2 action replay 2 v2] equalizer equalizer cdx equalizer extreme nintendo 64 action replay action replay professional (1999) equalizer (datel)

  • Moll
  • Mall(Definition of mall)
  • The pall mall had an article on the situation, which i read as i climbed the city road to islington.

  • Mile(Definition of mile)
  • Meal(Definition of meal)
  • The sugar was immediately restored and order reigned during the rest of the meal.

  • Me(Definition of me)
  • Papa, you never told me!"

  • Mil(Definition of mil)
  • Mt
  • Mail(Definition of mail)
  • At night ida mary, as postmistress, would lock the mail sack and carry it into the cabin.

  • Milo
  • Mlle
  • Moil(Definition of moil)
  • Mole(Definition of mole)
  • Mull(Definition of mull)
  • Mu
  • Il(Definition of il)
  • "il faut vous armer de courage, ma chere.

  • Xml
  • L(Definition of L)
  • Areca catechu, l. nom.

  • Mel
  • And then he turned upon himself with laughter, discovering a most wholesome power, barely to be suspected in him yet; but of all the children of glittering mel and his solid mate, evan was the best mixed compound of his parents.

  • M(Definition of M)
  • "m. gervais aventin," that gentleman replied.

  • Mn
  • Mill(Definition of mill)
  • Unmarkedly
  • Mw
  • Maul(Definition of maul)
  • It has the majestic grandeur of the canadian rockies, as well as the startling beauty of the nuuanu pali near honolulu, and the enchanting vistas of the koolau ditch trail on maul.

  • Mk
  • Cl(Definition of cl)
  • Contents of nos. 1 to 14. nos. 1 to 12 in one volume, cl., 3s. 6d.

  • Fl(Definition of fl)
  • The blooms are very large and beautiful, double the size of r. acris fl. -pl. , and a deeper yellow; the habit, too, is much more dwarf, the leaves larger, but similar in shape.

  • Md
  • Md rights of american fishermen expire with denunciation of reciprocity treaty, 166; the fishermen reluctant to abandon former rights, 167; canada's exclusive right to the inshore fisheries recognized by britain, 173; reciprocal trade proposed by canada as equivalent for the fishing rights, but rejected by americans, 174; latter propose $1,000,000 for rights in perpetuity, 174; macdonald objects to any such arrangements, 174-175; americans offer limited reciprocity, 181; acceptable to british commissioners except macdonald, 181-182; arbitration proposed by united states commissioners, 182; macdonald's dilemma, 183-185; opposition to treaty in canada, 185; halifax award, 190. e under the treaty of 1854, 198-200. bib.

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • Ma(Definition of ma)
  • Oh, ma, how can you?

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • "the case of briscoe et al.

  • Mali(Definition of mali)
  • Mali total: 19 1,524 to 2,437 m: 6 914 to 1,523 m: 5 under 914 m: 8 (2002)

  • Mo(Definition of mo)
  • Mp
  • Mc
  • Index: mc rattray on, 5, 6; lord john russell on, 19, 20; resolution refusing, passed by imperial house, 20; lord glenelg opposes, 21; erskine may's review, 21; bond head on, 22; lord durham justified in demanding, 61, 67-69; the "true remedy," 61, 63; durham's report favours, 81; mackenzie urges, 81; mackenzie advocates, 148, 166, 177, 244, 279; seventh report on grievances, 273; lord glenelg on, 279-286; lord russell opposes, 325; comes at last, 409; may on value of, 490. md its principles accepted in act of union in 1840, 17, 22; established under elgin, 32-33; principles of, outlined by lord grey in despatch to sir john harvey, 47-50. w history of movement for, in new brunswick, 99-130. sy effects of its introduction foreseen, 81; not fully understood, 82, 107; idea opposed in reports of committees of both houses of upper canada legislature, 100-103; sydenham's great tact in dealing with question of, 104; limited views of its more ardent advocates, 105, 230; open to theoretical objections, 105-107; advocated by hincks and howe, 107; problem not theoretically solved, 108; responsible government favoured by french-canadians, 117; opposed by english element in lower canada, 117; favoured by reform party in upper canada, 117; agitation on subject of, 124; sir george arthur opposes, 125; inhabitants of gore district pass resolutions in favour of, 125; lord john russell's despatch on the subject, 169-172; misunderstood by conservatives and reformers alike, 172, 173, 219, 230; absence of, in canada, 175, 176; russell's despatch on tenure of office brings it nearer, 184; the sole issue on which reformers were united, 185; could be introduced only gradually, 189; not clearly defined in durham's report, 223; sydenham's view of, 224; excitement on the subject diminishing, 225; unity in the cabinet a necessary condition of, 227-229; question of, in nova scotia, 257-264; french-canadians indifferent to, 305; appreciation of, in upper canada, 305; resolutions on, adopted by legislative assembly, 310, 311. b explained in the banner, 9; durham's remedy for political unrest, 12; withheld by metcalfe, 20-25; introduced by elgin, 33, 35; hincks's and morin's services in cause of, 67; george brown's views on, 67. c la fontaine's fight for, 97; lord elgin's good work for, 98. h fight for, in nova scotia, 18-19, 30-31; only partially conceded by union act of 1841, 53; triumph of, in nova scotia, 111; in canada, 111; sir john harvey on, 112-113; joseph howe's fight for.

  • Mule(Definition of mule)
  • Ml
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