mazard


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mazard

(ˈmæzəd) or

mazzard

n
1. (Anatomy) an obsolete word for the head, skull
2. another word for mazer
[C17: altered from mazer]
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Aurora now first opened her casement, Anglice the day began to break, when Jones walked forth in company with the stranger, and mounted Mazard Hill; of which they had no sooner gained the summit than one of the most noble prospects in the world presented itself to their view, and which we would likewise present to the reader, but for two reasons: first, we despair of making those who have seen this prospect admire our description; secondly, we very much doubt whether those who have not seen it would understand it.
On her first day at the renowned Assas Law School in Paris, she runs up against Pierre Mazard, a professor known for his provocative behavior and misconduct.
just at moonrise, and walking to Mazard Hill by the light of what is described as a full moon suggests not only that Fielding consulted an almanac for the phase and rising time of the moon, but that the date is November 28-29, x745 (History of Henry Fielding 2:189-190).
C.; Mazard 584), un dupondio de Neron sin mas precision (54-68 d.
Mazard Wallace, behavioral sciences; David Svolba, humanities; and Kisha Tracy, English studies.
Mazard, tiene tres emisiones conocidas hasta el momento (54).
Robert Doyle, an antitrust expert at Doyle, Barlow and Mazard PLLC, told Reuters that ultimately the government would be unlikely to attempt to block a deal.
Mazard et al., "Ecological genomics of marine picocyanobacteria," Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, vol.