meh


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meh

 (mĕ)
interj.
Used to express indifference, apathy, or boredom.

meh

()
interj
an expression of indifference or boredom
adj
mediocre or boring

meh

A common expression of indifference.
Translations
hm
tympäistävaisu
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MEH has grown rapidly over the past decade and at its peak owned and operated 37 restaurants, 52 cake shops, five hotels, five airline catering units and the luxury Waterstones Club in Mumbai.
"I can be reprogrammed and finally I can be the Meh I was meh to be!" gushes Gene as the fugitives leap from app to app, including a dance challenge hosted by Akiko Glitter (Christina Aguilera).
Phytochemical and pharmacological studies revealed that EH, PEH exerted significant diaphoretic, antitussive, and antiasthmatic effects, and MEH exerted primary antitussive and antiasthmatic effects.
Although primarily concerned with the tatung' role in public, temple-based rituals like Cap Go Meh, the author also pays some attention here to the part they play, outside of a temple context, serving individual clients, as curers, fortune-tellers and diviners.
"The centre is the first-of-its-kind in any hospital in Bahrain and comes with high-end facilities," MEH chief executive Dr Baha Eldin Fateha told a Press conference at MEH yesterday.
I cleared the port side of the aircraft, ensuring that we were chocked, that the fire bottle manned, the MEH secured, and the prop arc clear.
Efforts were being made to shift villagers from Basti Meh to safer places.
edu/ark:/25593/8zgpd, abbreviated hereafter as "MEH papers." Note that I conducted my research before the Hutchinson Estate donated this collection to Emory University.
ALEXANDER meh meh meh weep meh meh meh leap meh rneh meh sleep He falls and impales himself on the American Music Award.
District Court Judge Michael Hogan also ordered 48-year-old Hussein Ali Meh di to pay $847,698 in restitution to victims of his crimes.
Gita Meh's creations touch upon issues such as sense of creation, religion and the world