As the most suspicious example, take the 10,000m record of Wang Junxia of 29m 31.78s set in 1993.
Though he continued to publish novels, he never again enjoyed the critical or m success of From Here to Eternity.
Of note: The bracketed [a] in the titles means that this is an avocado, as opposed to a male [m] or female [f].
Same deal as m*A*S*H—it's easy to forget how damned good this show really is.
Emails requesting comment to m Rabillard bounced back this morning, with a message that he was off work until April 26.
The pipe (m) conveying water to the condenser terminates in a rose.
And the answer was always, "Non, m'sieur, ce n'est pas moi!"
Fig. 71 shows a combination of a hexagonal prism (m) with the basal pinacoid (c).
On the margin of this picture is written, "Elle m'aimera toujours."
The m is the m in the Anglo-Saxon words innema, &c.; whilst the -st is the common sign of the superlative.
13th letter, from Greek mu, from Semitic mem. The Roman symbol for 1,000; sometimes used in this sense in English 15c.-16c.; but in late 20c. newspaper headlines it stands for million. As a thickness of type, from 1680s.
common element in Scottish and Irish names, from Old Celtic *makko-s "son." Cognate root *makwos "son" produced Old Welsh map, Welsh mab, ap "son;" also probably cognate with Old English mago "son, attendant, servant," Old Norse mögr "son," Gothic magus "boy, servant," Old English mægð "maid" (see maiden).
m- abbr. often m-
mu (myōō, mōō)
Symbol μ The 12th letter of the Greek alphabet. adj.
Of, relating to, or being a polypeptide chain that is one of five types of heavy chains present in immunoglobins.
Abbreviation of mass, meter