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MDWMidway Airport
MDWMeadow (street suffix)
MDWMemorial Day Weekend
MDWMilitary District of Washington (US DoD)
MDWMedical Wing
MDWChicago, IL, USA - Midway (Airport Code)
MDWMunicipal Dataworks (municipalities asset management)
MDWMass Destruction Weapon(s)
MDWMeasured Day Work
MDWMarketing Data Warehouse
MDWMinnesota, Dakota, and Western Railroad
MDWMattress Discount Warehouse (Crystal Lake IL)
MDWMore Developed World
MDWMunicipal Drinking Water
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Crossing the meadow, Konstantin Levin came out onto the road, and met an old man with a swollen eye, carrying a skep on his shoulder.
Usanga did not see him, being too intent upon the unaccustomed duties of a pilot, but the blacks across the meadow saw him and they ran forward with loud and savage cries and menacing rifles to intercept him.
There were six young colts in the meadow besides me; they were older than I was; some were nearly as large as grown-up horses.
He looked happily at the line of fires, with people grouped about them, and the colour of the flames against the night; at the end of the meadow was a line of great elms, and above the starry sky.
When she awoke next morning she determined to set out and find the witch; so she wandered on for many a day, and at last she reached the flowery meadow and found the hut where the old witch lived.
Then she drove on the geese, and sat down again in the meadow, and began to comb out her hair as before; and Curdken ran up to her, and wanted to take hold of it; but she cried out quickly:
The smoking shell spun like a top between him and the prostrate adjutant, near a wormwood plant between the field and the meadow.
They had been driving through the lane with the towering hedge on one side and the open meadow on the other.
Billy grinned, and fell to examining a spring which bubbled a clear stream into the meadow.
Sure enough, a dim path seemed to branch off from the road they were on, and it led across pretty green meadows and past leafy groves, straight toward the southwest.
Meanwhile my host told me his story, how hard he worked "bogging" for a neighboring farmer, turning up a meadow with a spade or bog hoe at the rate of ten dollars an acre and the use of the land with manure for one year, and his little broad-faced son worked cheerfully at his father's side the while, not knowing how poor a bargain the latter had made.
As the English succeeded the French, and found a peculiarity of nature, differing from all they had yet seen on the continent, already distinguished by a word that did not express any thing in their own language, they left these natural meadows in possession of their title of convention.