MADE


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AcronymDefinition
MADEMilano Architettura Design Edilizia (Italian: Milan Design Architecture Construction; expo)
MADEMaking a Difference Everywhere (Bridgewater, NJ)
MADEMaterials and Design Exchange (Materials Knowledge Transfer Network; UK)
MADEMultimedia Application Development Environment
MADEManufacturing Automation and Design Engineering
MADEMoney Attitude Direction Education (Rap album)
MADEModern Action Diverse Entertainment (wrestling)
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It was never published, but I saw it once and it made an indelible impression on my mind.
She got so cold that we made her hide her head under the buffalo robe.
Neither squeals of hogs nor tears of visitors made any difference to them; one by one they hooked up the hogs, and one by one with a swift stroke they slit their throats.
It is easily supposable that the thief was concealed in the house; that he knew of this box, and of its owner's habit of counting its contents and arranging his accounts at night--if he had that habit, which I do not assert, of course--that he tried to take the box while its owner slept, but made a noise and was seized, and had to use the knife to save himself from capture; and that he fled without his booty because he heard help coming.
One of the long concealed charms of Ben Weatherstaff was that in his boyhood he had once run away to sea and had made voyages.
The Aged was so delighted to work the drawbridge, that I made no offer to assist him, but stood quiet until Wemmick had come across, and had presented me to Miss Skiffins: a lady by whom he was accompanied.
I pulled off my hat, and made a low bow towards the farmer.
The girls were looking at him and straining their eyes to make out the features which the clumsy visor obscured, but when they heard themselves called maidens, a thing so much out of their line, they could not restrain their laughter, which made Don Quixote wax indignant, and say, "Modesty becomes the fair, and moreover laughter that has little cause is great silliness; this, however, I say not to pain or anger you, for my desire is none other than to serve you.
Others, though content that treaties should be made in the mode proposed, are averse to their being the SUPREME laws of the land.
When the bard left off singing he wiped the tears from his eyes, uncovered his face, and, taking his cup, made a drink-offering to the gods; but when the Phaeacians pressed Demodocus to sing further, for they delighted in his lays, then Ulysses again drew his mantle over his head and wept bitterly.
This dream made him run faster among his comrades, who were giving vent to hoarse and frantic cheers.
At night they landed, hauled up their boat to dry, pitched their tent, and made a rousing fire.