from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element meitnerium.
- abbr. Bible Matthew
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- n. Chemical symbol for meitnerium.
- n. Symbol for megaton (often of TNT).
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When a old cogger like me at 74 yrs old can kill a Mulie at 345 yds in Mt it must be the gun and I got the Lopein Wy with the 700 25-06 at 325 yds.
But Dr. Gave nme enough RX's and a letter for a Dr in Mt if I needed one.
With that same gun and ammo in Mt 2 weeks earlier, I shot a 4 x 4 at 345 yds, bullet entered his rear left rib about 5 below his back bone and went all way thru the deer and out his right front shoulder.
To date this year as i mentioned above, I killed a Mulie in Mt k shot, dropped in his trsacts, 2 w-tails here, both dropped in their tracts.
Ummm hungary just thing of the Steak house in Mt we eat at a lot.
I am sure Ben and Doug in Mt Vernon will be very happy together.
There was a fantastic cafe in Mt Eden (Auckland, New Zealand) called Solla Sollew that offered green eggs and ham.
(Thanks to Doug in Mt Vernon for sending this over)
The elderly lady next to me, born in Mt Vernon and a Republican all her life, said
I sat at the polls in Mt Vernon, Maine, from 12-3 PM, and we were discussing schedules of people working the polls that day.