How to use Menzies in a sentence
“If they were asymptomatic but equally contagious, then that’s going to have quite an impact on the epidemic,” Menzies warned.People without symptoms spread virus in more than half of cases, CDC model finds | Ben Guarino | January 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Menzies had placed the dramatic percentage of figures in a prominent position on the first poster.
Menzies produced two large posters, listing the “gains of Dayton.”
This very forenoon Lady Menzies called to see us, as she often does.Scotch Wit and Humor | W. H. (Walter Henry) Howe
Frodsham came for orders, Mr. Menzies reported Glyde absent without leave.Rest Harrow | Maurice Hewlett
Menzies proved himself worthy of this noble trust, and, obstinately refusing quarter, died in defence of his charge.
Gilbert Menzies, younger of Pitfoddells, carried the royal banner in Montrose's last battle.
In these grand picture lessons the day was spent, and we spread our blankets beneath a Menzies spruce on moss two feet deep.Travels in Alaska | John Muir
British Dictionary definitions for Menzies
Sir Robert Gordon. 1894–1978, Australian statesman; prime minister (1939–41; 1949–66)
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