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  • maria "I shall always remember him," said Miss Maria solemnly.
  • marian 1613. Author of the tragedy of Marian.
  • Maoris It was composed simply of stakes driven into the ground, interwoven with branches of trees, beams being secured to the top, while other branches were placed on them and thatched with long grass, an operation quickly performed by the Maoris.
  • Maris Latvia chief of mission: Ambassador Maris RIEKSTINS chancery: 4325 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20011 telephone: [1] (202) 726-8213, 8214 FAX: [1] (202) 726-6785
  • Marisa Best British Film Reach for the Sky The Man Who Never Was The Battle of the River Plate A Town Like Alice Yield to the Night Best Foreign Actor Francois Perier in Gervaise Karl Malden in Baby Doll Pierre Fresnay in The Unfrocked One Frank Sinatra in The Man with the Golden Arm Spencer Tracy in The Mountain William Holden in Picnic James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause Gunnar Bjornstrand in Smiles of a Summer Night Best British Actor Peter Finch in A Town Like Alice Jack Hawkins in The Long Arm Kenneth More in Reach for the Sky Best British Actress Virginia McKenna in A Town Like Alice Dorothy Alison in Reach for the Sky Audrey Hepburn in War and Peace Best Foreign Actress Anna Magnani in The Rose Tattoo Carroll Baker in Baby Doll Ava Gardner in Bhowani Junction Maria Schell in Gervaise Jean Simmons in Guys and Dolls Susan Hayward in Ill Cry Tomorrow Kim Novak in Picnic Marisa Pavan in The Rose Tattoo Eva Dahlbeck in Smiles of a Summer Night Shirley MacLaine in The Trouble with Harry Best British Screenplay The Man Who Never Was - Nigel Balchin
  • Marissa She was married to Sir George Chudleigh of Ashton in the county of Devon, Bart, by whom she had issue Eliza Maria, who died in the bloom of life, (much lamented by her mother, who poured out her griefs on that occasion, in a Poem entitled a Dialogue between Lucinda and Marissa) and George, who succeeded to the title and estate, Thomas, and others.
  • Marius In this conflict, Marius being driven into the temple of Mother-Earth, thence invited the slaves by proclamation of freedom, but the enemy coming on he was overpowered and fled the city.
  • Manias The natural seeds of levity, inconsistency, ennui, thirst for new sensations, with which our brains are crowded, when they begin to germinate, suffice to change the thoughts of mortals, and occasion fits of fashion, which not all the cables of all the dockyards in the world can check before their course is run. When one fashion is exhausted, the seeds I have described above set others in motion; and without interrogating the stars-unless indeed it be the vogue to do so-any patient student of past history may easily arrive at the conclusion that an unbroken chain of such manias and fits of fashion, due to the same natural causes, have always swayed, and will always sway, the stupidity of man; and man in his stupidity is always blind, always possessed of the assurance that his glance is eagle-eyed.
  • marries In Bilaspur a widow is expected to remain single for five years after her husband's death, and if she marries within that time she is put out of caste.
  • MAFIAS As on the previous occasion, Suharto sided with the economic nationalists and the Berkeley Mafias power weakened.
  • MARES His highness caused a few of his own mares to be bred to this stallion, and the produce proved every way worthy of the sire.
  • Macias It was, indeed, rather a dramatic love-poem than a play, in the modern sense, and it depended altogether for its success upon the two characters of Macias and Elvira.
  • marinas There are marinas and boating clubs.
  • arias It is extremely probable that this manuscript, of which Arias Perez gives so vague an account from recollection, but which he appears to think the main thing that prompted Columbus to his undertaking, was no other than the work of Marco Polo, which, at that time, existed in manuscript in most of the Italian libraries.

82 words made from the letters marias

5 letter words made from marias:

sarim, arasi, smari, saima, maasi, ramsi, aamir, armas, asira, aimar, asmar, imara, saari, rasim, samri, masri, marsi, samia, raias, amari, arias, armia, raima, masia, maria, sarmi, rasam, masar, masai, arsia, maiar, irama, asmir, miraa, samai, asari, ramia.

3 letter words made from marias:

aar, aas, ara, rim, mar, aim, ram, ira, mrs, irs, ism, ras, mis, sir, sam, iaa, arm, mri, air.

4 letter words made from marias:

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