from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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- proper noun A female
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Margaret and Peter, still gripping each other, saw the man who had been seated on the ass being dragged rapidly down the steps of the quay, at the foot of which lay the boat of the _Margaret_.
I am to be Queen of England and sign my name Margaret Regina: Margaret R. But there is no opportunity for me to address them, to shine.
The force of the coincidence that four of these six members of parliament carry the name "Margaret" is too compelling for even the most indolent to ignore and, driven to the books, I find in my lexicon of names that the Margarets of this world have independence -- with that they all would agree.
The 'Margaret' is Margaret Hiddlestone, whom she wanted for a servant, but could not get.
On our side remain Margaret, Mr. Pike, and myself.
And once again Margaret Henan carried a babe to Belfast and had it christened
Margaret is now looking for well know Canadian authors to write true crime, and how-to titles, both of which were very popular in England.
First of all the attack on the poop, two nights ago, in Margaret's watch.
And he turned back, and stood talking once more in Margaret's presence, door in hand, only waiting for some little speech of encouragement to come in and sit down again.
It was in Margaret's watch, from midnight till four in the morning, when the attack was made.
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