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Meg

(Maggie) Tam O’Shanter’s gray mare that lost her tail to the witch. [Scot. Poetry: Burns “Tam O’Shanter”]
See: Horse

meg

meg

(MEGabyte, MEGabit, MEGahertz, etc.). Common slang for some "mega" (million) measurement. The terms "megabits" and "megabytes" are often erroneously interchanged. For details about correct usage, see space/time. See mega and gig.
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Three witches, played by Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling, tell Meg that the only way to save her father and defeat the darkness was for her to become a warrior for the light.
Then a friend said she had pains in her chest when she had breast cancer, and I realised Meg was telling me something was wrong.
Meg has greatly valued participating in art throughout her life.
Meg will chase a tennis ball and bring it back all day, all night and into next Thursday.
In his interview with Associated Press, Mellencamp, 62, shared that he's grateful to have spent three years with someone beautiful and funny, words he used to describe his ex, Meg Ryan, 52.
MEG has distinguished itself with its market leadership and strong management and technical team and has consistently demonstrated its ability to capture growth in one of the most important markets in the Middle East.
Example 2: Meg sells a three-month, $22 covered call on ABC, as described.
Lindsay frantically tried to claw at the mountain of bricks and soil, but Meg died just 10 minutes after arriving at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan.
Joan and Meg are delighted to be heading out on their charitable venture, but they are aware they may see some upsetting scenes.
uk WARWICKSHIRE writing team Annie Ashworth and Meg Sanders met at an antenatal class in Stratford 16 years ago.
But Meg Avallone and Brittany Richard, the captains of the Gardner High girls' 2010 tennis team, will always have special memories of practices, matches and friendships made on and off the court.