merlin was deemed a Special Access Program requiring ultra-high clearances for officials in the know.
After all, he may look like a Montana Republican, talk like a Montana Republican but he sounds like someone from "Balmer, merlin."
She went over to his flat with merlin, their dog, and she discovered the body.
The girls now began to laugh, because they knew that only children who told falsehoods were sent to merlin.
“Any room will do,” said the girl hurriedly, as she followed Mrs. merlin.
And so Arthur rode a soft pace till it was day, and then was he ware of three churls chasing merlin, and would have slain him.
Then Arthur and merlin waited no longer, but gave the hermit thanks and departed.
"My father was an incubus," merlin said, as though that explained everything.
But no more than eight and twenty Knights could merlin find.
But Richard's resolution continued unshaken, and he forced merlin on.
small, strong European falcon, early 14c., from Anglo-French merilun, a shortened form of Old French esmerillon "merlin, small hawk" (12c., Modern French émerillon), from Frankish *smiril or some other Germanic source (cf. Old High German smerlo, German Schmerl "merlin"). Spanish esmerejon, Italian smeriglio also are Germanic loan-words.
In the legends of King Arthur, a magician who acts as Arthur's principal adviser.