from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To subject to fine or amercement; to mulct; to amerce.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To subject to fine or amercement; to mulct; to amerce.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To amerce; mulct; fine.
[Middle English, from Old French merci, from Medieval Latin merce-s, from Latin, reward.]
The figure of Com - merce which is entirely new, is not.
Un sophomore, che da solo ha quasi retto lattacco di Alabama, e che criminal almeno un anno ancora davanti di NCAA potrebbe diventare merce pregiata per i prossimi breeze NFL.
August 29th, 2008 @ 2:01 PM bumbershoot the merce cunningham duo, last year.
The big man didn't-but not because the merce-nary had voiced an order.
The merce-nary just glared down at him, watching his former prisoner winch farther and farther out of reach.
“He has Kalas and all the Allhearts, and all the Kingsmen, and a merce-nary army that at least equals their size,” Duke Bretherford replied.
Mick wanted nothing less than to change history, to move the Nietzschean philosophy into the twenty-first century: the complete control of the com - merce of business and thought.
He was also advised to tax the locals to amass a war chest and to recruit ogres and other merce-nary troops.
Jumping back, the mighty merce-nary could not suppress a scream.
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