from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of mote.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Middle English forms of must.
- n. A Middle English form of moist.
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The United States spends north of 16% of GDP on a healthcare system not remarkably better than that provided by moste Western European nations at a much lower percentage of GDP.
The reason it called ObamaCare is due to who is championing it the moste.g HillaryCare in 1993.
Standard: formal workflows for making & saving images that serve moste use cases.
When/If Mac ever corners enough of a market to be of interest to hackers, then you will moste certainly need AV.
All those who cling to such fripperies of an era since past deserve to be smackt downe moste righteously.
All kittehs are nacherally eggotistical, this wun is jus more overt than moste.
That she moste kisse hire child, er that it deyde,
A translation of Lawrens Andrewe's "The noble lyfe & nature of man, Of bestes, serpentys, fowles & fisshes y be moste knowen".
For alle that he seythe, moste ben holden; for he may not chaungen his word, ne revoke it.
But I have the lasse marvaylle, be cause that thei ben the moste sotyle men in alle sciences and in alle craftes, that ben in the world.
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