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Ma•hón

(mɑˈɔn)

n.
a seaport on E Minorca, in the Balearic Islands. 21,619.
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He had a Roman nose, a snow-white, long beard, and his name was Mahon, but he insisted that it should be pronounced Mann.
'What steamer is that?' screamed Mahon. By that time she was no more to us than a bulky shadow maneuvering a little way off.
A belated waterman offered his services, and Mahon struck a bargain with him for half-a-crown to tow our skipper alongside; but it was Mrs.
"One night Mahon spoke through the small window of my berth.
Mahon said it was a foolish business, and would end badly.
Mahon un- dertook the cooking, and unexpectedly developed all a Frenchman's genius for preparing nice little messes.
Bill Mahon, president of Benchmark Coating Solutions, Elk Grove Village, IL, believes that the time is right for a new UV/EB coatings manufacturer.
Padraig Vesey, The Murder of Major Mahon, Strokestown, County Roscommon, 1847, Maynooth Studies in Local History 80 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008, 64 pp., 9.95 [euro] paperback)
MANAGER John Barnes rekindled memories of Tranmere''s exciting past when he completed the signing of Alan Mahon last night.
Belfast-born Derek Mahon scooped first place in the David Cohen Prize for Literature for his lifetime's commitment and achievements in his fields.
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