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MEADSMedium Extended Air Defense System
MEADSMaintenance Engineering Analysis Data System
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References in classic literature ?
'Here is a glass of mead from your son,' said the host.
Beer for the lads of the forest, mead for the gleeman, strong waters for the tinker, and wine for the rest.
"It would take a clever man to live upon thy labor, Hugh," remarked one of the foresters, "seeing that the half of thy time is spent in swilling mead at the `Pied Merlin.'"
When people ask me what mead is, I usually respond with something along the lines of, "Well, it's not beer, it's not wine, and it's not cider.
The cast of the hit fantasy show, including dwarf Tyrion Lannister, are regularly seen on telly glugging mead.
Poughkeepsie, NY, March 01, 2018 --( Salt Point Meadery is looking to raise $7,500 to bring their mead to the consumer market in the form of cans.
Meads played 133 times for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971, appearing in 55 Tests.
Some meads that are more sweet than dry are served very cold, making them a good option for warmer days, he notes.
The enigmatic title of this book does not mean that Rebecca Mead grew up in the English Midlands, as did Mary Ann Evans (later George Eliot, the author of Middlemarch); nor does it point to a conflation of the author's self-identity with one of the book's characters, a form of madness for which lovers of literature can easily summon sympathy.
The certified IFF system is used in both MEADS 360-degree radar configurations.