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MONMixed Oxides of Nitrogen
MONMargine Operativo Netto (Italian: Earnings Before Interest and Taxes)
MONMuaythai Organisatie Nederland
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MONMember of the Order of Niger
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MONMultiple Oxides of Nitrogen (rocket fuels)
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Reader, it was on Monday night--near midnight--that I too had received the mysterious summons: those were the very words by which I replied to it.
When I left the village, Monday evening as the sun was going to bed, and looked back from the hill, the shadow struck across the church, across the mill, across the prison--seemed to strike across the earth, messieurs, to where the sky rests upon it
The Recorder's report is made to-day, and he is sure to be executed on Monday.
Love's eyes love to look on brightness; Love loves what is gaily drest; Sunday, Monday, all I care is Thou shouldst see me in my best.
I'll give it you to-night, and you can get the heir-loom out again on Monday.
He went to bed a little after midnight, and was awakened from lurid dreams in the small hours of Monday by the sound of door knockers, feet running in the street, distant drumming, and a clamour of bells.
It may, however, have been written on Monday and only posted to-day.
Stick at it, and let me have the lists by Monday, at twelve.
Let me see; Monday will be a busy day with you, we will not come on Monday; and Tuesday will be a busy one with me.
Dinner was at one o'clock; and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday it consisted of beef, roast, hashed, and minced, and on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of mutton.
You start on Monday with the idea implanted in your bosom that you are going to enjoy yourself.
He was a crab-apple of an old gentleman who wandered all day in the Gardens from seat to seat trying to fall in with somebody who was acquainted with the town of Salford, and when we had known him for a year or more we actually did meet another aged solitary who had once spent Saturday to Monday in Salford.