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“Le Revue Gauche has a great retort to Liberal blogger Jason Cherniak on the Ontario NDP's proposal to hike the mimum wage to $10/hour.”
“The nation's mimum wage has been stuck at $5.15 an hour since 1997.”
“Suetonius adds that, before dying, he had asked the friends who had come to salute him, if he seemed to them "_mimum vitæ commode transegisse" _ -- to have acted well his life's comedy.”
“Any one who raised a laugh by such kinds if imitation was properly said _mimum agere_.”
“When several actors took part in a piece, each was said _mimum agere_, though this phrase originally applied only to the single actor.”
“Mimes, _secundum Oenomaum Accii non, ut olim solebat, Atellanam, sed, ut nunc fit, mimum introduxisti_; and Valerius Maximus implies that they did not carry their humour to extravagant lengths,  but tempered it with”
“Partes mimum tractare secundas" seems to mean "to act the stage parasite," who, according to Festus, wag the second character in almost every mime.”
“Last week, representatives from various rights groups and independent activists met at the Women 'Media Forum, or WMF, in Sana to discuss ways to convince supporters of child marriage to back a proposal to set the mimum age for marriage at 17.”
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