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MOST

Abbreviation for:
manual organ stimulation technique (see there)
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(61) This date appears in the fifth chapter of Forrest's poem alongside a story about "Cardynall Wolsaye, whoe, counselinge withe Astronomy-ers / founde; a woman to be his vndoinge, whiche (moste wronfullye) he ymputed to goode Grisilde, whearfore, he went into ffraunce / and labored for the kyngis Sister theare / to matche withe Walter our kinge." It is Anne Boleyn, not Catherine of Aragon, who, Forrest later shows, was to prove Wolsey's undoing, but to this the cardinal was blind.
(6) James Peele, The maner and fourme how to kepe a perfecte reconyng, after the order of the moste worthie and notable accompte, of Debitour and Creditour set foorthe in certain tables, with a declaration therunto belongyng, verie easie to be learned and also profitable, not only unto suche, that trade in the facte of Marchaundise, but also unto any other estate, that will learne the same.
Manie other inducements, and moste remarkeable advantages I am content to skipp over (not that I am to seeke for more, but that I am willing to avoide superfluous tediousnes) hoping some one of better judgment, will present the tyme with a more ample discovery, better-laid, of more powerfull perswasions, and more answearable to the woorthe and validity of the businesse in hand.
Bale notes, for instance, that Sir John Oldcastle "caused all hys workes to be coppyed oute by moste fayre wryters, at his owne great cost and charge, and so conuayed them into the lande of Beme, that they myghte be there preserved from destruccyon." He praises "Humfrey the good Duke of Glocestre, [who] for the faver he bare to good letters, purchased a wonderfull nombre of bokes in all scyences, wherof he frely gave to a lybrary in Oxforde, a hondred and .xxix.
Mr Moseley, principal computer officer at Leicester University and a keen medieval researcher, used his dual expertise to conjure up writing styles for the Book of Monsters, ancient text in Moste Potente Potions and parts of the Marauder's Map.
<pre> Neytherre the gyldedde bawble thatte envyronnes the heade of Majestye noe norre honourres moste weyghtye wulde give mee halfe
Basten como ejemplo algunas intervenciones de Mari-Morena ("yo me najo" , "ni oste ni moste" (ambos, FLRC I, 205); "En durmiendo la curda, se te pasa el berrinche" (FLRC III, 279), etc.), Ulpiano Torroba ("lo enfrio de un viaje", "le entro el arrechucho", "la chunga aqui finiquita", y "volo el parne" (FLRC II, 238, 244, 247 y 271, respectivamente), entre otras expresiones) o Lucero del Alba, mozo del pueblo bajo madrileno, que se expresa como tal: "Chapion es un pendejo" (FLRC I, 203), "la ande por camelar", "no tenga usia canguelo" y "Al que chiste lo descrismo" (las tres: FLRC I, 206) ...
[See Figure 1.] This C is the beginning of the word "Constantine." Foxe writes: "Constantine the greate and mightie Emperour, the sonne of Helene an Englyshe woman of this youre Realme and countrie (moste Christian and renowned Pryncesse Queene Elizabeth) ...
You'll also get a discount off a round of golf if you visit the nearby 18-hole course, billed as "ze moste presteeguz" in Aisne.
The Vietnamese delegation was led by Pham Khoi Nguyen, vice minister of the Vietnamese Ministry of Science, Technology, and the Environment (MOSTE).
In Vietnam it is the State which has the responsibility, "nationally and uniformly,"(37) for the management of the protection of the environment, formulating investment policies to encourage domestic and foreign organizations and individuals to protect the environment, and protecting national interests in respect of natural resources and the environment.(38) There are, however, a number of central and local government departments or agencies that are crucial to the administration or implementation of the legal framework, the most important being the Ministry of Science, Technology, and the Environment (MOSTE).
In this legal action, it was said that Saveaker pretended to be the lawful incumbent of Notgrove, and that he and the other defendants took the profit of the parsonage 'or of the moste parte thereof'.