Mother

The aspect of the Goddess representing motherhood, mid-life, and fertility. She is represented by the full moon, the egg, the colors red and green. Her Sabbats are Midsummer and Lughnasadh. The Full Moon Goddess.

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Mother is American slang for a despicable person.
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[short story] Mother is a short story by Owen Wister that was written and published originally in an anthology titled A House Party: An Account of Stories Told at a Gathering of Famous American Authors, the Storytellers Being Introduced by Paul Leicester Ford. Wister republished his short story in book form in 1907, adding approximately 25 ...
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[advertising agency] Mother is a creative agency with offices in London, New York and Buenos Aires. Mother is the UK’s largest independent advertising agency. The agency`s philosophy is `To make great work, have fun and make a living. Always in that order.` ==History== Founded around a London kitchen table in 1996 by Mark Waites, Stef Cal...
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[n] - a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria 2. [n] - a term of address for an elderly woman 3. [n] - a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother) 4. [n] - a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation 5. [v] - care for like a mother
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First British fighting tank, developed in 1916. Originally called Big Willie (after the early prototype Little Willie), the name...
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Mother: (1) The female parent. (2) To produce offspring as a female. To attribute the maternity of. (3) A cell or other structure from which similar cells or structures are formed. Accordingly, such a cell might be referred to as the mother cell.(4) To provide maternal protection, guidance, and nurturing to children.
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Moth'er noun [ Middle English moder , Anglo-Saxon mōdor ; akin to Dutch moeder , Old Saxon mōdar , German mutter , Old High German muotar , Icelandic mōðir , Dan. & Swedish moder , OSlav. mati , Russian mate
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Moth'er adjective Received by birth or from ancestors; native, natural; as, mother language; also acting the part, or having the place of a mother; producing others; originating. « It is the mother falsehood from which all idolatry is derived.» T. Arnold. Mother c...
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Moth'er transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mothered ; present participle & verbal noun Mothering .] To adopt as a son or daughter; to perform the duties of a mother to. « The queen, to have put lady Elizabeth besides the c...
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Moth'er intransitive verb To become like, or full of, mother, or thick matter, as vinegar.
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1. A female parent; especially, one of the human race; a woman who has borne a child. ... 2. That which has produced or nurtured anything; source of birth or origin; generatrix. 'Alas! poor country! . It can not Be called our mother, but our grave.' (Shak) 'I behold . The solitary majesty of Crete, mother of a religion, it is said, that lived two t...
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noun a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation; `necessity is the mother of invention`
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(muth´әr) the female parent. something from which another thing is derived, as a mother cell. genetic mother the woman whose contribution to the child was the oocyte, and hence genes. Sometimes a woman who cannot carry a fetus can nevertheless be a genetic mother via i...
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• (n.) A film or membrane which is developed on the surface of fermented alcoholic liquids, such as vinegar, wine, etc., and acts as a means of conveying the oxygen of the air to the alcohol and other combustible principles of the liquid, thus leading to their oxidation. • (n.) Hysterical passion; hysteria. • (n.) That which has prod...
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(from the article `lactation`) The nutritional status of the mother is important throughout this period. The Food and Nutrition Board of the National Research Council recommends a ... In the biological evolutionary scale, the more complex the species, the longer the offspring is dependent on its mother for survival from the time of ... ...
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(from the article `Pudovkin, Vsevolod Illarionovich`) ...motion picture was Mekhanika golovnovo mozga (1925; Mechanics of the Brain), an educational film about Pavlov`s theories of action and reaction. ... Pudovkin`s major work is Mat (Mother, 1926), a tale of strikebreaking and terrorism in which a woman loses first her husband and the...
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(from the article `Gorky, Maksim`) ...failures because of Gorky`s inability to sustain a powerful narrative, and also because of a tendency to overload his work with irrelevant ...
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[opera] Mother, op. 35 (Matka) is a quarter-tone opera in ten scenes by the Czech composer Alois Hába. It was completed in 1929 to the composer`s own libretto; its plot is drawn from author`s native Valašsko. The opera is written in prose. == Background == After Hába successfully resolved instrumental and theoretical problems with quarte...
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Mother is a variety of apple.
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Mother (formerly known as Centipede and then Big Willie before finally
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Type: Term Pronunciation: mŭth′er Definitions: 1. The female parent. 2. Any cell or other structure from which other similar bodies are formed.
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[energy drink] Mother is an energy drink marketed to Australians and New Zealanders by Coca-Cola. Introduced in late 2006, it competes with the two leading energy drinks on the market, V and Red Bull, in the $151 million industry. In Europe the energy drink Relentless (drink), also sold by Coca-Cola, is identical in taste to the standard Mo...
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[John Lennon song] ==Conception== `Mother` is actually a cry to both his parents, who abandoned him in his childhood. His father, Alf, left the family when John was an infant. His mother, Julia, didn`t live with her son, although they had a good relationship; she was hit and killed in a car accident on 15 July 1958 by a drunk off-duty polic...
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[video game] Mother tells the story of a psychic boy from the fictional town of Mother`s Day (マザーズデイ; Podunk in the English prototype). The boy, whose default name is Ninten, sets out on a journey to discover the cause of the mysterious phenomenon that occurred in his home one day. As the story develops, he meets friends along t...
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