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- n. Prefix to a boy's name.
- n. A religious teacher, often as an honorific title.
- n. A master's degree.
- n. A person holding a master's degree, as a title.
- n. The owner of a slave, in some literature.
- n. One of the triune gods of the Horned God in Wicca alongside the Father and Sage and representing a boy or a young man
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Sir and madam, if such you are, and young master or mistress, whichever you are " as if anyone but a mouse cared, "he added from the side of his mouth to his Master, who grinned in reply.
I put myself at your feet, at your mercy. â âIt was like the letter of a slave girl to her master, â he said. âThat is what it was, â she said, softly. âDress, slave, â he said. âYes, Master, â ™ she said.
Kneeling before her master, she will soon apprehended something of its joys, duties and terrors. â âIt is true, Master, â she said. âKneel, â I said. âYes, Master, â she said.
I gape, my master! â she said. âDo you wish to serve? â I asked. âYes, â she said. âYes! â âDo you beg to serve? â I asked. âYes, Master, â she said. âI beg to serve. â She lifter her belly, piteously.
Indeed, the street was deserted. âWe will now return to the insula, â I said. âShall I heel my master? â she asked. âNo, â I said. âPrecede me. â âYes, Master, â she smiled.
_To the honourable, wise Master Wilibald Pirkheimer, Burgher of Nürberg, my kind Master_.
An outrider of the Marquis arrived at Tod's Hole shortly after, with a message, intimating that his master would join Ravenswood at that place on the following morning; and the Master, who would otherwise have proceeded to his old retreat at Wolf's Crag, remained there accordingly to give meeting to his noble kinsman.
In open forums, My master, a Soto Zen Priest and Master, let everyone speak who wanted to speak, even if they were criticizing him.
(pg. 321) âThey do so quickly enough after they have become slaves, â I said, âand have experienced slave arousal, and realize their need and helplessness, and their dependence on the master. â âYes, Master, â she said. âAnd I sense the beginning of such things in myself. â âSo what did you do? â I asked. âActually, â she smiled. âI had to do very little.
You might look well, chained to the bench of a galley. â âI do not think it was for such purposes that master purchased me, â he said. âYou think you are valuable? â I asked. âSurely master thinks so, â he said. âI heard master himself conjecture that there were free women in Ar who would pay a thousand pieces of golf for me. â âAnd there are perhaps men, â I said, âwho would pay fifteen hundred. â âYes, Master, â he said, putting his head down, and clenching his fists.
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