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monas

(ˈmɒnæs; ˈməʊ-)
n, pl monades (ˈmɒnəˌdiːz)
1. (Philosophy) another word for monad1, monad2
2. (Animals) another word for monad1, monad2
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Noun1.monas - a singular metaphysical entity from which material properties are said to derivemonas - a singular metaphysical entity from which material properties are said to derive
1, ace, one, single, unity, I - the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
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There has no doubt been countless other Monas since then who I have not heard of and whose death has gone largely unnoticed by the world.
Mr Howlin added: "We have always allowed the ESBs and Bord na Monas to do their business in a commercial way.
Manama, Sep 28 (BNA) -- HM the King's Representative for Charity Work and Youth Affairs, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports, President of Bahrain Olympic Committee, Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, today received a delegation from the Bahrain Journalists Association (BJA)led by Chairman Monas Al-Mardi.
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For the Douglas events, see 'Manx Readings and Concert', Monas Herald, 21 Feburary 1872, pp.
speaking countries' MONAS 'a genus of flagellates' NAIS 'a river nymph' NAIAS 'a genus of aquatic plants' NAOS 'an ancient temple' PUS 'a month of the Hindu calendar' RAJAS 'on of the three gunas in Hinduism' SANTOS 'Brazilian coffee' SIS 'sister' TAXIS 'the restoration of a body part' The examples listed above confirm my impressionistic view that (in English) it is easier to find quasi-pseudo-plurals than pseudo-plurals.
The main danger will probably come from Monas Magic, who has a plum draw as the sole wide.
Go for a stroll in Monas, a green central square full of families flying kites and dominated by a gold-topped obelisk.
The protestors said, we appealed on all the platforms including Chief Minister and other high rank officers but to no avail as Hamesh Khan had good relations with Pervez Elahi and Monas Elahi.