Did you perchance mean moa?
“Most of my magazines are only read by me so that isn't a problem. @mia - ... mia: um, seriously, tear them up and throw them away as you go? why? if you do that, why not just read magazines you ... infmom: That's fine if you're the only person in the household who reads the magazines.”
“Esposa mia is securely tied to the old folks and our adult kidlets, and the osteoarthritis and disaffection with our city/state/fed tax burden has not bowed her back as yet: ergo, emmigration is not an option for her.”
“Reactions: comments: movie buff said ... mamma mia is one of the few plays i've actually seen, which ended up being great ... it's funny to think of ol 'Pierce taking a stab at singing, yeeesh”
“The former designation, (as explained in the text,) is used once by S. Mark, once by S. Luke; while the phrase mia ton sabbaton occurs in the N.T., in all, six times ..”
“It surprises me a little, of course, that S. Mark should present me with prote sabbatou (in ver. 9) instead of the phrase mia sabbaton, which he had employed just above (in ver.”
“He had no architecture, but in cold or wet weather built little break-winds, called mia-mias.”
“Chcemy jako muzycy, artyści przekazać światu nasze emocje wyrażone w muzyce i dać znać, że nie jest nam obojętna sytuacja tego typu, jaka miała miejsce.”
“Bulimia, or "mia," tends to develop in the later teens, and is more common, affecting 1 to 3 percent of women.”
“It was found almost invariably, upon the termination of the experiment, that there had been an increase in bodily weight and an amelioration of the anæmia which is so common in milarious districts.”
“They are signs of the spiritual anÃ ¦ mia which is so characteristic of much of American life.”
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La única lista que también incluye flexiónes verbales y pluralizaciones. Aún faltan algunas por encontrar.
(Por ser una lista para Scrabble, los dígrafos ll, rr, y ch se consideran com...
my favourite names.. so far.
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