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  • Scribo, scriptus To write scribble, prescribe, script, manusc ript, subscribe De Down Describe­to write down Manuscr ipt­is something handwritten the word Manus Hand was coined before the invention of the typewriter Sub Under Subway, subsurface etc.,

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  • Some reference to the very mystical subject of the Manus is a necessary preliminary to the consideration of the origin of a Root

    The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria

  • These root words were so similar to those in use among the great anthropoids as to suggest that the language of the Manus was the mother tongue.

    The Son of Tarzan

  • These root words were so similar to those in use among the great anthropoids as to suggest that the language of the Manus was the mother tongue.

    Son of Tarzan

  • Tempted by the offer of a reward, a slave belonging to the Capuan family of the Calavii, called Manus, gave information to the effect that his masters, together with five young Capuan nobles, whose fathers had been beheaded by Q. Fulvius, had caused the fire and were prepared to commit every description of crime if they were not arrested.

    The History of Rome, Vol. IV

  • These root words were so similar to those in use among the great anthropoids as to suggest that the language of the Manus was the mother tongue.

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  • P.P., an eye witness, gives an interesting account of M'Manus 'conduct during the attack on the Widow M'Cormack's house.

    Speeches from the Dock, Part I

  • Here then, I'll give M'Manus's health, with all the honors; though it's early yet, to be sure, but we'll do it again, by-and-by, when the whiskey comes.

    Charles O'Malley — Volume 1

  • Here's M'Manus's good health; and though his wife, they say, does not treat him well, and keeps him down -- '

    Charles O'Malley — Volume 1

  • "'As Colonel M'Manus's friend,' said he, 'you can take no liberty here to which you are not perfectly welcome.'

    Charles O'Malley — Volume 1

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