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Other definitions for -mo (4 of 8)
a suffix occurring in a series of compounds that describe book sizes according to the number of leaves formed by the folding of a single sheet of paper: sixteenmo.
Other definitions for mo. (5 of 8)
plural mos. month.
Other definitions for m.o. (6 of 8)
Other definitions for Mo. (7 of 8)
Other definitions for M.O. (8 of 8)
method of operation.
mode of operation.
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How to use mo in a sentence
And how are you going to interest the girls who havent been asked to join the M. O. R.and are not likely to be asked?The Girls of Central High on the Stage | Gertrude W. Morrison
Bobby stepped forward, drew a baton be-ribboned like those carried by the nominating committee of the M. O. R.The Girls of Central High | Gertrude W. Morrison
At M O is a broad plate of metal, in order to spread the lye over the cloth.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines | Andrew Ure
He brought the M. O., who examined the wounded man's condition.The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land | Ralph Connor
The corporal was for following him, but the M. O. interposed.The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land | Ralph Connor
British Dictionary definitions for mo (1 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for mo (2 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for Mo (3 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for MO (4 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for -mo (5 of 7)
(in bookbinding) indicating book size by specifying the number of leaves formed by folding one sheet of paper: 12mo, twelvemo, or duodecimo; 16mo or sixteenmo
British Dictionary definitions for m.o. (6 of 7)
British Dictionary definitions for Mo. (7 of 7)
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Scientific definitions for Mo
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