A stainless-steel refrigerator, which normally costs more than five years' worth of ms Peñaloza's rent, fills the cramped kitchen.
Tareq had convinced her over the years that they must always be together in case her ms symptoms flared and made her weak.
ms: When I heard him speak at the DNC [in 2004] I started supporting him.
Then there is Ann Romney, the breast-cancer and ms survivor.
In ms, the amount and quality of myelin is abnormal, replaced by “sclerotic” plaques, the hallmark of the disease.
There'd been some hope they'd run out of ms, but he'd hoped that clear back when Mary arrived and now hope was dead.
The Paris 15th century ms connects to a series of other editions: 1.
Is there any ms I could read—and perhaps presume to offer a little advice upon?
What do you think of our lovely little settlement, then, ms Hammersen?
ms sabe el loco en su casa que el cuerdo en la ajena, no es verdad, Sr.
Abbreviation of mass, meter
A title used before a woman's name, pronounced “Miz” and corresponding to Mr. before a man's.
Note: Feminists have urged the use of Ms. because, unlike Miss or Mrs., it does not identify a woman by her marital status. (See feminism.)