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MODModify
MODModel
MODModified
MODModule
MODModerator
MODModification
MoDMinistry Of Defense
MODModular
MODMovies on Demand
MODMinistry Of Defence (British)
MODModulation
MODModulator
MODMasters of Defense (US Cutlery company)
MODModernization
MODModulus
MODModulate
MODMaster of Disaster
MODMake Our Day
MODMusic On Demand
MODManager On Duty
MODMasters of Deception (hacker group)
MODMethod of Delivery
MODMinimum Object Distance
MODMassachusetts Office on Disability
MODMission Operations Directorate
MODMicrosoft Office Developer
MODMaximum Operating Depth
MODMarch of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
MODMerchant of Death
MODMethod of Destruction (band)
MODMedical Officer of the Day
MODMinistry of Darkness (gaming)
MODMaps on Demand (US EPA EnviroMapper)
MODMy Other Dad (mother's significant other)
MODMetal Organic Decomposition
MODMagnetic Optical Disk
MODMonks of Doom (band)
MoDMilitary of Defence
MODMemorandum of Decision
MODMean Optical Density
MODMoney-Of-the-Day
MODMayor's Office on Disability (San Francisco, CA)
MODMinistry of Overseas Development (United Kingdom)
MODMiscellaneous Obligation Document
MODMaritime Operations Division (Australia)
MODManager on Demand
MODMesial Occlusal Distal
ModMask of Destiny (Lego Bionicle fan site)
MODMain d'Oeuvre Directe (French: direct labor)
MODManual of Decisions (EU)
MODMetres Above Ordnance Datum (UK sea level measurement)
MODMaster of Diguise (Nintendo Developers' System game)
MODMaster's of Destruction (gaming clan)
MODMaximum Overall Diameter (small lamps specification)
MODMarine Operations Division
MODMotor Operated Damper
MODManufacturers Operations Division
MODManagement Operations Directorate
MODMARS Operating Directive
MODMolly Obsessive Disorder (Internet slang)
MODManagement and Organization Division
MODMarket Overview Document (marketing)
MODMaintenance Overhaul Designator
MODManagement Overview Diagram
MODModule Outfitting Design
MODMinor Operated Department
MODMajor Operated Department
MODMemorandum Obligation Document
MODModesto, CA, USA - Harry Sham Field (Airport Code)
MODManagement of Development (degree; various schools)
MODMuseum of Discovery (various locations)
MODMaintenance on Demand (customer service)
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The house and grounds, and furniture, were approved, the Crofts were approved, terms, time, every thing, and every body, was right; and Mr Shepherd's clerks were set to work, without there having been a single preliminary difference to modify of all that "This indenture sheweth.
Have you no desire, in view of later research, to modify this statement?
Elizabetha Prokofievna sometimes informed the girls that they were a little too candid in this matter, but in spite of their outward deference to their mother these three young women, in solemn conclave, had long agreed to modify the unquestioning obedience which they had been in the habit of according to her; and Mrs.
I think that for a year after the publication of this article every association and every conference or religious body of any kind, of my race, that met, did not fail before adjourning to pass a resolution condemning me, or calling upon me to retract or modify what I had said.
After he was gone, Dorothea dwelt with some agitation on this indifference of his; and her mind was much exercised with arguments drawn from the varying conditions of climate which modify human needs, and from the admitted wickedness of pagan despots.
Indeed; he knew better than any one else at Haarlem or Leyden -- the two towns which boast the best soil and the most congenial climate -- how to vary the colours, to modify the shape, and to produce new species.
Not only were they new to her, and contrary to her own beliefs, but she always felt in them germs of truth that threatened to unseat or modify her own convictions.
It was in a village at the Great Slave Lake, that, in the course of resenting the evil of the hands of the man-animals, he came to modify the law that he had learned from Grey Beaver: namely, that the unpardonable crime was to bite one of the gods.
Early in the new week, Emily had accepted Sir Jervis's proposal, and had so interested the bookseller to whom she had been directed to apply, that he took it on himself to modify the arbitrary instructions of his employer.
Cross-examination forced Lady Brydehaven to modify some of her opinions, and to acknowledge that the hopeless attachment of the prisoner to another woman was a matter of rumor only.