from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A Middle English form of
- To moderate; regulate, especially the temper or disposition; calm; quiet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To moderate.
- noun obsolete A mother.
- noun obsolete The principal piece of an astrolabe, into which the others are fixed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb obsolete To
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This pore would need to be replaced by a completely different pore (namely the moder NPC) after the proto-eukaryote formed the outer membrane.
Is it right you don't call her moder, is it right you don't love her too?
De ole gran'moder 's makin 'on de farm few days ago --
"moder" would not permit of his giving in without a struggle.
The usual styrofoam, better known in the backgroud of packaging industry turns contrary to his old use into a new direction and creates a new way of moder.
Until you are willing to put up, I suggest you shut up. moder rate
We have moder communication system that renders the delegate system useless.
We doan orta torq abowt bloo stuff here, weel get moder eetid.
Pineapple wars: Jean Patou Colony versus the moder...
Then they will get punished whilst the chav gets to play that oh so loved thing in our moder society, the victim card.