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  • Vimi
    Mote definition is - a small particle: speck. How to use mote in a sentence.

    15.10.2019 at 19:55 Reply

  • Golkis
    Mote Lyrics: When you see the spiral turning through alone / And you feel so heavy that you just can't stop it / When this sea of madness turns you into stone / Picture of your life shoots like.

    14.10.2019 at 19:53 Reply

  • Kigashura
    MOTE. mot (karphos): A minute piece of anything dry or light, as straw, chaff, a splinter of wood, that might enter the eye. Used by Jesus in Matthew ; Luke f in contrast with "beam," to rebuke officiousness in correcting small faults of others, while cherishing greater ones of our own.

    11.10.2019 at 06:06 Reply

  • Golmaran
    Mar 29,  · Occultist Aleister Crowley used "so mote it be" in some of his writings, and claimed it to be an ancient and magical phrase, but it's very likely that he borrowed it from the liorahealthkunstidumpworktebominere.coinfo Freemasonry, "so mote it be" is the equivalent of "Amen" or "as God wills it to be." Gerald Gardner, a founder of modern Wicca, was also believed to have Masonic connections, although there's some .

    11.10.2019 at 03:14 Reply

  • Kaziktilar
    MOTE. Mote has been designed to provide a holistic solution when designing dynamic environments. Created as a complete lounge seating range, no detail is an afterthought, with every inch having been given careful consideration to eliminate dead space.

    15.10.2019 at 22:04 Reply

  • Kagalar
    Places. Mote Park, a park in Maidstone, England. Mote Park (cricket ground), the home ground of The Mote Cricket Club within the park People. Mote (name) Arts, entertainment, and media Music. The Motes, a Canadian indie-rock band active in the s "Mote", a song by Sonic Youth from their album Goo "Mote", a song by The Faint on the vinyl EP recording Mote/Dust.

    15.10.2019 at 10:08 Reply

  • Mejind
    20 synonyms of mote from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 49 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for mote.

    12.10.2019 at 23:41 Reply

  • Kigasar
    mote 1 (mōt) n. A very small particle; a speck: "Dust motes hung in a slant of sunlight" (Anne Tyler). [Middle English mot, from Old English.] mote 2 (mōt) aux.v. Archaic May; might. [Middle English moten, from Old English mōtan; see med- in Indo-European roots.] mote (məʊt) n a tiny speck [Old English mot; compare Middle Dutch mot grit, Norwegian.

    16.10.2019 at 20:18 Reply

  • Gror
    Sara Mote Creative Director With deep roots in fashion and luxury retail, Sara is a seasoned e-commerce expert with recognized talent for discovering and developing distinguished brands. Her clients have ranged from independent designers to Fortune companies.

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