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- n. Any member of the Monera.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of the Monera.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An organism having the form of a non-nucleated protoplasmic body, in which no definite structure can be discerned.
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You really think that "big moner lenders" are going to pay off the national debt of this nation?
For a few dollar moner, I would rather drink Chenin Blanc from France, while US & South African versions taste varietally correct, they are not long ager.
"HURRY UP, YOU LITTLE NAMELESS COM - moner," Riolla prodded, her voice vexed at having to climb down into the bramble-ridden Chimes.
Rich and poor, ex-noble and com - moner, corrupt or civic, all are part of the people, of an undifferentiated whole whose will, moreover, ex - presses itself indirectly through its government, the elected representatives.
Bauls do not pay heed to any organised religion being non-conformists, they are iconoclasts and humanists whose sole pursuit is to seek the moner manush - the God within, to ferret out the ultimate Truth through meditation.
He was elected one of the Knights for the county of Sussex, in three several parliaments, in the reigns of King William and Queen Annej and for the borough of Lewes, in all other parliaments, whilst he continued a Com - moner.
Tawney coat, the dress of a sum - moner or apparitor,
He after - ward became a gentleman-com - moner of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, and took the degree of JL. L.
Hoc piOvcrbium moner, nbs rebus prseientibus contentos efle debcre.
368 PEERAGE OF ENGLAND. his education in Westminster school, 'became a gentleman com - moner of Christ church in Oxford, in Lent term l635.
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