adjective, noun, adverb Scot.
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Later, Mae complained to reporters about the “inexperience of the director,” but somehow found time to stroke her fan base.
Mae represents our collective spirit, pre-broken and slumping at attention.Is Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ Our Generation’s ‘1984’?|Stefan Beck|October 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Adult movies transport Mae—she imagines herself and the person she loves acting out those scenes.
Columbus: Mae Mobley was played by twins with very different personalities.The Help: An Oral History with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Co.|Marlow Stern|January 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And on Tuesday, admissions director Mae Brown apologized for the goof, calling it an “administrative error.”
He had no doubt in his own mind now that the flowers and the note came from Bero and that Mae knew it.
So Mae thought and said: "I know that sister now, Edith, better than you ever will."
Mae seated herself on the bench and made room for him at her side.
Under its opaque surface a mae dgua, the Mother of Water, ruled over creatures slimy and razor-toothed.The Record of Currupira|Robert Abernathy
"He is wondering what life will bring to these two young people, I fancy," says Mae.