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A soiling; defilement.— mac'u-la-to"ry, a' Sullying; defiling,— mac'u-la-turet, n.

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the macular bundle of the optic nerve.— macular ring, a ring surround- ing the spot of keenest vlsionin man andsomeape3.— raac'u» late.

Spotted; stained; defiled, mac'u-lousj.— mac"u-la'tlon, n.

Ma^cau''Iay*»esque't ; Ma- Mc-Cor'mick, 1 ms-k Sr'mik" 2 ma-Vmik flvnw Hall to T MSa a f h S- “anlnfentor; eau/Iay-ism T compos Uon pecuilar t0 Macaulay.

n m ra „ i A Mac-Crack '«n f X ma-kmk'en; g ma-crllk'gn.

Ma~Imr'a»i, I ma-har'i-ai or me'ho-rai; 3 ma-h&r'a-I or m&'» ha*rl, n.

[Hind.] A head priest; the superior of an order or monastery. [*gray com- pact but brittle wood: used for V rniture. ma"la-san'tol, 1 mu"la-san / t5l; 2 mil Vi-san'to Un. I.l A heavy wood (Thcspcsia populnea) of a whitish color. Mailed S S baale'sften F, 1 mf SMurn'; 2 mf U'Hern'', n. My lady; mistress: a title of courtesy once applied to women of the highest rank, now to all who are respectable, but especially to those who are mis- tresses of establishments, nuns, or advanced in life; also, at the beginning of a letter. In other cases, as in defini- tions 2 to i, the plural form Is madams. is sometimes applied to the ju- nior married women of a family, while the principal or eldest one of the same name is addressed as madam. Where the word is used as a title or in address, the French plural mesdames is employed. to the a land of immortality; literally, the pleasant plain. a, l»rap*house; b, rear condenser; c, carrier for finding a opaque objects: I ma-jl'nl; 2 ma-gi'm, Giovanni Paolo (15S1-1 628). 1, Of or pertaining to a magistrate or magistracy; like or befitting a master; commanding; authoritative. Hence, having an air of authority; dictatorial; oracular; pompous. Pertaining to a chemist’s or alchemist’s magistery. The line from which the po- sitions of the various members of a fortification are determined, magistral Iine J. Metal Pulverized copper pyrites, roasted in free air, for amalgamating silver ores by the patio process. These tho ancients called magnet*, from the name of the locality in which they were found. ; 2 mte m SL [Ir,] A Gaelic Elysium; river in Colombia, South America; length, 1,060 m. BCa-glnn', 1 ms-gin'; 2 margin', William ( 6 /iol793-Vft 1842). The art of cooking, f 1 maj "is-trn-al; 2 mag ls-te'ri-al, a. raag' / ls-tran*magnet, Atje* ago, ia Maeneala ia Asia Minor, were found certain bard black stones which possessed the remarkable property of attract- ing to thomaelvea bits of iron and steel. 1886.) Figuratively, one w ho or that which excites love, de- giro, ambition, attention, etc,; a person or thing exercis- magnetarium Key l: artistic, firt; fat, fare; fast; get, pr Sy; hit, police; obey, go; not, or; full, rflle; but^ bum; » J Mali Key 2; art, ape, fat, fare, fast, what, all; me, get, prey, fern; hit, Ice; I«e; i*«5 go, n St, or, won, wolf, do. Of or belonging to Madagascar and the archipelago adjacent thereto; as, the Madagascarian region in natural history.

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