Mystery

(from the article `Delany, Martin R.`) Returning to Pittsburgh, Delany started a weekly newspaper, the Mystery, which publicized grievances of blacks in the United States and also ...
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mystery

(from the article `Hellenistic religion`) ...the seasonal drama was homologized to a soteriology (salvation concept) concerning the destiny, fortune, and salvation of the individual after ... ...a crucial problem presents itself at once: the question of how a being whose essence can never be known to man—who, as infinite, is bound ...
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mystery

[n] - a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie 2. [n] - something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained
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Mystery

• (n.) A trade; a handicraft; hence, any business with which one is usually occupied. • (a.) Anything artfully made difficult; an enigma. • (a.) A kind of secret religious celebration, to which none were admitted except those who had been initiated by certain preparatory ceremonies; -- usually plural; as, the Eleusinian mysteries. &b...
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mystery

mystery story noun a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie
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Mystery

[log canoe] The ``Mystery`` is a Chesapeake Bay log canoe, built in 1932, by Harry Sinclair in Oxford, Maryland. She measures 34`-7` long, has a beam of 8`-8{fraction|1|2}` and has a centerboard. She is noted for her very tall masts, is privately owned, and races under No. 8. The . She one of the last 22 surviving traditional Chesapeake Bay...
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Mystery

[lugger] Mystery was a Mount`s Bay lugger which made a voyage to Australia in 1854/55. Her passage to Cape Town was so fast that she was commissioned to take mail from there to Australia. ==History== Mystery was a Mount`s Bay lugger used for fishing inshore waters. In 1854, seven Cornishmen decided to try their luck in finding gold in Austr...
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Mystery

Mys'ter·y (mĭs'tẽr*ȳ) noun ; plural Mysteries (- ĭz). [ Latin mysterium , Greek mysth`rion , from my`sths one initiated in mysteries; confer myei^n to initiate into the mysteries, from my`ein to shut the eye...
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Mystery

Mys'ter·y noun ; plural Mysteries . [ Middle English mistere , Old French mestier , French métier , Latin ministerium . See Ministry .] 1. A trade; a handicraft; hence, any business with which one is usually occupied. « Fie upon him, ...
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mystery

mystery or mystery story,literary genre in which the cause (or causes) of a mysterious happening, often a crime, is gradually revealed by the hero or heroine; this is accomplished through a mixture of intelligence, ingenuity, the logical interpretation of evidence, and sometimes sheer luck.Sections ...
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mystery

used in two different ways in dramatic literature, it can be a medieval play about any of the fifteen events in the lives of Jesus and Mary, or it can be a play focusing on the unexplained, secret, or unknown, usually with a revelation in the final resolution. Modern Example: 'Two Bottles of Relish,' a mystery by Lord Dunsany, 2m2f.
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