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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of meng.
- v. Obsolete spelling of meant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. p. of menge.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete preterit of mean
- An obsolete preterit of ming.
- A variant of mint.
- A common suffix of Latin origin, forming, from verbs, nouns which usually denote the results of an act or the act itself, as in aliment, fragment, segment, commandment, document, monument, government, etc.
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Well good, guv'ment, especially Obama's guv'ment is NOT the answer.
#33-Rachel. .what I ment is that you probably didnt know his name, when you first saw him cast as edward you probbly said oh hey look its (whoever he played) from Harry Potter … and I also never read the HP books, well actually I read the first one and thought it was dumb so I stopped. .but anyways my point was you didnt know his name only his face
This local activity drains commitment from the wider global process.
What i ment is that everything that is done is geared towards “blowing up the company” and trying to sell it.
The same treat — ment is much called for by certain heroines of modern fiction — let me mention Princess Napraxine.
I hate Gantt charts, and the notations of orchestral music comment is fantastic.
I agree that the orchestral music comment is great.
And maybe this experiment is a window into OCD: Imagine that every possible error, no matter how small, felt like it would be costly.
Govern ment is investing more time n money for this also.
Clément is also part of the Kill The DJ collective (which also includes Black Strobe's Ivan Smagghe, the boys from Optimo, and Joakim), who actually released the cd on their Kill The DJ imprint, with the help of the TigerSushi label.