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c.m.

1.
church missionary.
2.
common meter.
3.
corresponding member.

C.M.

Roman Catholic Church.
1.
Congregation of the Mission.
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  • They saw Barker and Brookes every day and had chats about the c.m.

    A California Girl Edward Eldridge
  • On their return they were more than satisfied with the progress of the c.m.

    A California Girl Edward Eldridge
  • Miss c.m. Wilson was also in the second class at 4/6, but we did not meet.

    Lawn Tennis for Ladies Mrs. Lambert Chambers
  • This march, by the way, ought to have been signed "after c.m. von Weber."

    Richard Wagner John F. Runciman
  • With regard to the Mass, I have been offered 1000 florins (c.m.) for it.

  • The illumination (of a surface) is that given by one candle at one metre, the candle metre (c.m.) or lux.

    The Nature of Animal Light E. Newton Harvey
  • I write merely to say that I agree to give you the Mass and pianoforte arrangement of it for 1000 florins c.m.

  • Many men have declared that c.m., as he is known to his friends, is the best salesman that ever stepped in shoe leather.

    United States Steel Arundel Cotter
  • The c.m. received a great impetus when they fell into line with the other advanced States.

    A California Girl Edward Eldridge

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