I gaed in ae day whan I wasna weel; an' she jist ministert to me, as nane ever did but yersel', mem.
Ag a mem' non—leader of all the Greek chiefs in the Trojan war.
Mr. Lehman has given a curious and learned dissertation on this stone, inserted in the mem.
I can hardly walk home to my mem to bear a son in my girlhood bedroom.
And at the last moment I could not make out what I had written on my wristband as a mem.
For the native of India the supreme riddle of creation is the English "mem."
mem, I come to acquaint your laship that dinner is impatient.
"Bide ye, mem, till ye hear what it is," rejoined the minister.
I found on my books the records of all imaginable operations, from the mem.
In the invariable "Thank you, mem's" of the Paliser personnel there had been more.