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  • barrie The only other author who has ventured to turn a play into a novel, and then back into a play varying widely from the original piece, is Sir James Barrie, and what he did was not quite what Reade had done.
  • maori Here the Maori girl begged her guests to be seated, and having recovered her composure, she thanked Lucy warmly for coming, and made inquiries about her friends at Riverside.
  • mara The bitter waters of Mara are made sweet.
  • mare Not that I had the smallest fear of what the mare could do to me, by fair play and horse-trickery, but that the glory of sitting upon her seemed to be too great for me; especially as there were rumours abroad that she was not a mare after all, but a witch.
  • mari Brief accounts of the life of Abraham are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Hebraeus (floruit 1280) and in the ecclesiastical histories of the Nestorian writers Mari (twelfth-century), ʿAmr (fourteenth-century) and Sliba (fourteenth-century).
  • maria 31 Silz Maria, ii.
  • marine Among the models of war vessels was the representation of the ill-fated English cruiser "Victoria," considered to be the finest marine model ever constructed.
  • marred The other two farms to which I presently came-buildings set back from the road, but not so far as to give them the air of aloofness-had again that friendly, old-country expression that I have already mentioned: here it was somewhat marred, though, by an over-rigidity of the lines.
  • marriage The marriage of her daughter, Mdlle.
  • married I did not know this until we were married.
  • marrow That is the love we must spread from those of our marrow until it reaches out to all mankind, that will some day reach out to all mankind.
  • marry He wanted him to marry somebody else.
  • mary Fear not, O Mary!
  • mere With her travelled Mrs. Vimpany and Fanny Mere.
  • mire Now it seemed The world was one malarious mire, Crying for purification: chief This land of France.
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  • Marring I cannot, therefore, but consider the alteration of the text by Steevens as one of the most violent and uncalled-for innovations of which he has been guilty; and he himself seems to have had his misgivings, for his observation that Shakspeare "is not always very nice about his versification" was meant as an apology for marring its harmony by the substitution of ribald-rid for the poet's own ribaudred.
  • Marie Dear little Mary Marie!
  • Mario To keep up the resemblance, there is a sort of terrace at the top of the Monte Mario, planted with cypresses, and a villa, though dilapidated, crowns the summit, as well as at our old friend above Egham.
  • Maurice Maurice could hardly restrain his anger at the sight, but his wife was moved to tears at her brother-in-law's generosity.
  • Carrie Carrie smiled through her tears, and shook her finger at the judge.
  • Marin About the year 1200, Marin Zeno assisted in the conquest of Constantinople, and he was Podesta, or governor of that city, about 1205.
  • Maris At that moment Mrs Vansittart returned to the poop with the information that, according to the Directory, Singapore possessed a dry dock capable of taking in the Stella Maris; and, that being the case, she would have the ship docked and the spare propeller fitted as soon as possible after our arrival.
  • Marjorie And Marjorie and Dudley?
  • Margie A hundred pairs of hands were outstretched to receive Margie, when Arch brought her to the shore.
  • Marcie The part where Linus explains to Peppermint Patty and Marcie about the Easter Beagle was cut.
  • Maurine Bret Hart – former pro wrestler, multiple World Champion in the WWF and WCW; of Greek ancestry; mother is half Greek Trish Stratus (aka Patricia Anne Stratigias) – former professional wrestler Film, TV and stage Actors and performers Marie Avgeropoulos – actress, Tracers, Supernatural, Fringe Alex Carter – actor John Colicos – actor Chris Diamantopoulos – actor John Ioannou – actor John Kapelos – actor Athena Karkanis – actress, The Border, Lost Girl, Low Winter Sun, The Lottery Argiris Karras – actor Alex Karzis – actor, singer and musician Elias Koteas – actor, Crash Natasha Negovanlis - actress and web host Nikki Ponte – singer Cristine Prosperi – actress Daniel Samonas – actor Sofia Shinas – singer, actress, The Crow Tracy Spiridakos – actress, Being Human, Revolution Elias Toufexis Angelo Tsarouchas – comedian/actor Its all Greek to Me Comedy Show Nia Vardalos – actress, screenwriter, My Big Fat Greek Wedding Directors and producers Tony Asimakopoulos – documentary film director Stephano Barberis Watts – music producer, born Austin Garrick Entertainers Peter Bexis – musician Ariana Chris – mezzo-soprano Christine Cushing – celebrity chef Dini Dimakos – comedian/actor, Video on Trial,Love Court DVBBS – electronic duo, most famous for their joint international hit with Borgeous, Tsunami Hannah Georgas – singer/songwriter Alex Karzis – actor, voiceover artist, musician and singer KO – musician Sid Krofft – puppeteer George Sapounidis – musician, troubadour, statistician, Sinophile; subject of documentary Chairman George Teresa Stratas (born 1938) – soprano OC; retired Canadian operatic soprano; known for her award-winning recording of Alban Bergs Lulu; born in Toronto, Ontario Angelo Tsarouchas – comedian/actor, Its all Greek to Me Comedy Show Nia Vardalos – actress, screenwriter, My Big Fat Greek Wedding Phil X (born Phil Xenidis) – prolific session guitarist Journalists and broadcasters Ernie Afaganis – retired CBC-TV Sports and Olympics anchor Thalia Assuras – anchor and reporter Athena King – newscaster on Naked News Steve Kouleas – sports anchor and reporter George Lagogianes – television personality, currently reporter and anchor for CP24; host of Auto Shop Peter Loubardias – sportscaster Ioanna Roumeliotis – CBC Newsworld reporter Lou Schizas – equities analyst George Stroumboulopoulos – host, CBC Newsworlds The Hour, former MuchMusic VJ Antonia Zerbisias – Toronto Star columnist Historical figures Immigrants Ioánnis Fokás Juan de Fuca – first Greek-Canadian (1592) Politicians Sophia Aggelonitis – former Liberal MPP for Hamilton Mountain Niki Ashton – NDP Member of Parliament for the electoral district of Churchill, Manitoba Eleni Bakopanos – former Liberal MP for Saint-Denis Staff Barootes – former Conservative Senator Marie Bountrogianni – former Liberal MPP for Hamilton Mountain John Cannis – former Liberal MP for Scarborough Centre, 1993 to 2011 Tony Clement – Member of Parliament for Muskoka, and President of the Treasury Board Mary Fragedakis – Toronto City Councillor for Ward 29, Toronto-Danforth Peter Fragiskatos - Liberal MP for London North Centre Philippe Gigantès – former Liberal Senator Leo Housakos – Conservative Senator Maurine Karagianis – New Democratic Party of British Columbia MLA, former Esquimalt – municipal councillor, British Columbia Jim Karygiannis – Toronto City Councillor Chris Kibermanis – Liberal candidate Labi Kousoulis - Nova Scotia Liberal MLA for Halifax Citadel-Sable Island Emmanuella Lambropoulos - Liberal MP for Saint Laurent Costas Menegakis – Former Conservative Party of Canada MP for Richmond Hill Pana Merchant – Liberal Senator from Saskatchewan Constantine George Mitges – former PC MP, first Greek elected federally George Samis – former Ontario New Democratic Party MPP, first Greek elected to a Canadian legislature Christos Sirros – former Quebec Liberal MNA and provincial cabinet minister Gerry Sklavounos – Liberal Member of the Québec National Assembly Dimitri Soudas –Former Communications Director to the Prime Minister of Canada Diane Stratas – former Progressive Conservative MP for Scarborough Centre, 1979 to 1980 Judiciary Justice Andromache Karakatsanis – Supreme Court of Canada, 2011 to present Justice David Stratas – Federal Court of Appeal, 2009 to present Religious figures Nicholas Salamis – priest Christophoros (Rakintzakis) - bishop Order of Canada recipients Teresa Stratas (born 1938) – soprano OC; retired Canadian operatic soprano; known for her award-winning recording of Alban Bergs Lulu; born in Toronto, Ontario
  • marries She shall have a hundred a year, when she marries, till I die; and after my death and her mother's she will share with the others.
  • merrier My niece, sir-Miss Queenie Crood-all my establishment, Mr. Brent; quiet, old-fashioned folk we are, but glad to see you, sir; though I wish the occasion had been a merrier one-dear, dear!

50 words made from the letters marrie

3 letter words made from marrie:

aim, mri, are, ram, arm, ira, err, mei, rem, rim, ire, air, ear, mar, era.

4 letter words made from marrie:

5 letter words made from marrie:

marri, armer, rearm, erria, mirae, marre, remar, ameri, reima, mirar, miera, ramie, reair, armie, mirer, riera, marei.

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