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  • noun Plural form of month.
  • noun obsolete, plurale tantum A woman's period; menstrual discharge.


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  • Activists and others lost count of the number of times they were told the review would be completed \ "in weeks, not months\" -- even as months stretched on.

    John Norris: Sudan Score Card

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    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Six months of the Obama administration

  • Immediately __ 6 months __ 12 months__ 18 months__

    A Modest Proposal - An Iraqi Vote on Troop Withdrawal

  • I'm afriad i'll actually write what i've been thinking these past couple months ... (i have nothing to write within these brackets) * first of all, before i get too deep, here's a re-cap of my life these past couple months*

    lethalpickle Diary Entry

  • Thomas Donovan, aged two years two months; admitted for Hooping-cough, with _an affection of the head_ -- _suckled twelve months_.

    Remarks on the Subject of Lactation

  • Ellen Willoughby, aged nine months, admitted for Meningitis; at present suckled by a woman who has been _delivered one year and nine months_.

    Remarks on the Subject of Lactation

  • '---- Jackson, residing at ----, aged two years six months, who had been kept _at the breast twenty-two months_, was in a dying state when I was requested to see her.

    Remarks on the Subject of Lactation

  • CASE I. ---- Wilshire, aged two years seven months, died of '_Water on the brain_,' -- _suckled twelve months_.

    Remarks on the Subject of Lactation

  • ” Again, in Tonga, “no person can touch a dead chief without being taboo’d for ten lunar months, except chiefs, who are only taboo’d for three, four, or five months, according to the superiority of the dead chief; except again it be the body of Tooitonga [the great divine chief], and then even the greatest chief would be taboo’d ten months….

    Chapter 20. Tabooed Persons. § 2. Mourners tabooed

  • Now locusts live but five months; and therefore, for the decorum of the type, these locusts are said to _hurt men five months and five months_, as if they had lived about five months at _Damascus_, and again about five months at _Bagdad_; in all ten months, or 300 prophetic days, which are years.

    Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John


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