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n.1.A month.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(46) See Thomas Coryat, Coryat's Crudities: Hastily gobbled up in five moneth's travels (1611; Glasgow, 1905).
SM scholars for SY 2019-2020 include (seated, from left) James Ragudo, Roanne Jezrel Asuncion, Charlene Claire Cacao, Manilla Moneth Narzabal, Chrystal Jane Reyes, Gene Anne Marie Llego, Kristelle Anne Rea and Marvin Dollano.
day of the moneth of May" (Bruce 38; emphasis mine).
Moneth Montemayor, a teacher of Film, TV & New Media at a school at Indooroopilly in Queensland, incorporated the app in an introductory unit on documentary filmmaking.
deferring thus from moneth to moneth & from yeere to yeere, to leave
Moderated by Mark Poole, the panel included The Family law writer and creator Benjamin Law, The Family Law producer Julie Eckersley, Media educator Moneth Montemayor and SBS Outreach Content Manager Andrew Arbuthnot.
One thinks for instance of the full title of William Tyndale's translation of the New Testament (1534), The New Testament dylygently corrected and compared with the Greeke by Willyam Tindale: and fynesshed in the yere of oure Lorde God [1534] in the moneth of November.
"The Speach of Mr Secretarie in the Starrchamber, in the Moneth of februarij.
[y]s take wyth feendes of the ffayry / flfor aloone he gothe that I / Ne wote in a moneth where hym to fende / And alle his meyne he levys hym behynde / He lateth hym aloone Sir sykerly / She hath defended hym highly / That he desyre not hir to see / This ys a wonder thing to me / They mete neuer but a nyght / Of hir had he yett neuer no sight / He fyndeth wyth hir alle maner of plesaunce / Hit ys a feende or som myschaunce.
With the tragicall ends of two Emperors, and one Empresse, within one Moneth during his being there (London, 1605) in which the fall of the Tsar, Boris Godunov, is compared to Hamlet, only to repeat her claim about the modern refusal of history.
(6) In some cases, English contemporaries referred to menstruation as "Menstrua" because "once in a moneth they happen always to womankind after xiii or xv yeeres of age passed." (7) Others referred to it as women's "Termes" because "they returne ...