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AcronymDefinition
MASTERMODIS/ASTER Airborne Simulator
MASTERManuscript Access through Standards for Electronic Records
MASTERMillimeter-Wave Acquisitions for Stratosphere/Troposphere Exchange Research
MASTERMaritime Automatic Super Track Enhanced Reporting (Office of Naval Research program)
MASTERMission Area Simulation To Evaluate Requirements (Model)
MASTERManufacturing And Structuring Technology for Efficient Rotorcraft
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As his hard knuck- les beat down into the frightened face of the school- master, his wrath became more and more terrible.
My master said he would break me in himself, as he should not like me to be frightened or hurt, and he lost no time about it, for the next day he began.
Therefore is it that the wail over a kind master is loud and long, as well it may be.
The opinion was also whispered that my master was my father; but of the correctness of this opinion, I know nothing; the means of knowing was withheld from me.
This event has annoyed and alarmed my master very seriously; and to make matters worse, on the day when the girl's treacherous conduct was discovered, the admiral was seized with the first symptoms of a severe inflammatory cold.
Now then, Master Marner, what's this you've got to say--as you've been robbed?
All others being excluded from the tent, this attendant relieved his master from the more burdensome parts of his armour, and placed food and wine before him, which the exertions of the day rendered very acceptable.
It now began to be known and talked of in the neighbourhood, that my master had found a strange animal in the field, about the bigness of a SPLACNUCK, but exactly shaped in every part like a human creature; which it likewise imitated in all its actions; seemed to speak in a little language of its own, had already learned several words of theirs, went erect upon two legs, was tame and gentle, would come when it was called, do whatever it was bid, had the finest limbs in the world, and a complexion fairer than a nobleman's daughter of three years old.
Senor licentiate, is not he on the horse there Sancho Panza who, our adventurer's housekeeper told us, went off with her master as esquire?
This old gentleman came from London in 1637, and had been teaching school ever since; so that there were now aged men, grandfathers like myself, to whom Master Cheever had taught their alphabet.
For whatsoever affairs pass such a man's hands, he crooketh them to his own ends; which must needs be often eccentric to the ends of his master, or state.
It came to pass that the master one day said to her: 'Gretel, there is a guest coming this evening; prepare me two fowls very daintily.