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1) Mos'lem or Moslemin. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...Plural of Mussulman, sometimes written Mussulmans. The word is Turkish, and means true believer. 1...

2) MOS. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...1. metal-oxide semiconductor 2. military occupational specialty...

3) mos. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...months...

4) Che'mos or Che'mosh [Kee'mosh]. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...War-god of the Moabites; god of lust. 1 "Next, Chemos, the obscene dread of Moab s sons, From Ar oer to Nebo, and the wild Of southmost Ab arim."Milton: Paradise...

5) Act Fourth. Scene II. Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. 1909-14. The School for Scandal. The Harvard Classics
...Another room in the same 1 Enter SIR OLIVER SURFACE and MOSES 2 Mos. Well, sir, I think, as Sir Peter said, you have seen Mr. Charles in high glory; tis great pity...

6) Samos. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Sámos, (sa´mos, Gr. sa´mos) (KEY) , island (1991 pop. 33,032), c.181 sq mi (469 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea; one of the Sporades, near Turkey. Largely mountainous,...

7) Encomium. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...The Greek k mos is a revel in honour of [Bacchus], in which the procession marches from k m to k m : i.e. village to village. En-k mion is the hymn sung in these...

8) Act Third. Scene II. Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. 1909-14. The School for Scandal. The Harvard Classics
...A Room in CHARLES SURFACE S House 1 Enter TRIP, MOSES, and SIR OLIVER SURFACE 2 Trip. Here, Master Moses! if you ll stay a moment I ll try whether—what s the gentleman...

9) Mossi. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Mossi, (mos´e) (KEY) , African people, numbering about 2.5 million, mostly in Burkina Faso. From c.A.D. 1000 the Mossi were organized into several kingdoms, one of...

10) Moschus. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Moschus, (mos´ks) (KEY) , fl. c.150 B.C., Greek bucolic poet of the school of Theocritus. He is called a Syracusan and lived in Alexandria. Among his few extant pieces...

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