from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. milliarcsecond
- n. A country cottage or farmstead in southern France.
- n. Plural form of ma.
- Plural form of ma. (astronomy) milli-seconds of arc
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of mace.
- n. Master.
- n. In zoöl, and botany, a male; one of the male sex: commonly denoted by the sign ♂.
- n. An abbreviation of masculine.
Amid all the horrors and anxieties of that dreadful year, while my old school-mate, General George B. McClellan, was delaying and demanding more men -- _mas y mas y mas_ -- I still had as many happy hours as had ever come into any year of my life.
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[Footnote 1: The word mas, which is kin with the English manse and mansion, signifies the home in the country with numerous outbuildings grouped closely about it.]
Sin mas por el momento agradesco sus atenciones y aplaudo sus logros encaminados hacia una utilizacion de combustibles renovables
Robin’s already posted EPIC up there, so we know that when 2014 actually rolls around, we can look back and laugh at how far our predictions diverged from reality, as we perform remote upgrades on our Digital Consciousness servers and sip calorie-free nanolattes in massively multiplayer gridcaf
Let's see dum dums, if the mas was a political candidate for public office then it is understandable how the media would identify him as a politician.
Appreciation was expressed over the flavor of "a kind of root, baked, which the Spaniards called mas kurl" (mescal).
We did not pause to examine them, although our natives pointed them out with the expressive word mas
They have a small thin adulterated gold coin, rudely stamped with Arabic characters, called mas or massiah.
The mas was a passenger in a car that hit tree at Young St, Burra at about 4. 20am this morning.