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- n. Excess frivolity, and an inability to be serious
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Idiocy; imbecility; fatuity; foolishness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In medicine, foolishness; fatuity.
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Also, in parallel, there were the first onlne games like moria/nethack/angband (even a multiplayer version) and I also spent lots of times in several MUDs.
Updated my five moria rogers – sanctuary shiloh walker – hunters need jess granger – beyond the shadows
The ancient Greeks attributed any surprising or abnormal behaviors to the moria, or ate, which had been put into the person by a god to suddenly fill them with the courage, confusion, or passion to perform particular acts.
He's the author of mindfulness (moria, 2006), on stealing lips (The Martian Press, 2006) & is beside the point (Big Game Books Tinyside 34, 2007), and death is (skin of me teeth press, 2007).
He's the author of mindfulness (moria, 2006), on stealing lips (The Martian Press, 2006) & is beside the point (Big Game Books Tinyside 34, 2007).
(M.drid, 1881); Antonio Sánchez M.guel, _M.moria acerca de "El M.gico prodigioso" _ (M.drid, 1881); M. M.néndez y Pelayo, _Calderón y su teatro_
El otro auia Guerra abierta entre las parentelas, hasta qe El otro moria y si aCaso se esscapauan ambos, Rescatauan la vida a peso de oro,
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803 — Volume 05 of 55 1582-1583 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
It was held in great veneration by the Romans, who made pilgrimages to it in times of public calamities, such as the famous plague (_contagio-moria) _ of Alexander
With the peculiar gentleness of your disposition you will have to encounter the fierce attacks of the [Greek: Ellaenes], as well as of the [Greek: Hioudaioi], I mean of those to whom the Church is a [Greek: skandalon], as well as of those to whom it is [Greek: moria].
More, from [Greek: moros], stultus, [Greek: moria], stultitia, to represent the folly of a plagiary.