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Muslim.or.Moslem.noun
a believer in or adherent of Islam
Moslem.adjective

Mishna also Mishnah.noun
Judaism.-.the first section of the Talmud, being a collection of early oral interpretations of the scriptures as compiled about A.D. 200
Mishnaic.adjective

macrophage.noun
means 'big eaters'; any of the large phagocytic cells of the reticuloendothelial system; the white blood cells that sacrifice themselves to save you from invading bacteria
macrophagic.adjective

mandate.noun
an authoritative command or instruction; a command or an authorization given by a political electorate to its representative;
Law an order issued by a superior court or an official to a lower court; a contract by which one party agrees to perform services for another without payment
mandate, mandated, mandating, mandates.transitive verbs
to assign (a colony or territory) to a specified nation under a mandate; to make mandatory, as by law; decree or require (mandated desegregation of public schools)
mandator.noun

mandatory.adjective
required or commanded by authority; obligatory (attendance at the meeting is mandatory); of, having the nature of, or containing a mandate
mandatory, mandatary.nouns, plural.mandataries
a person or nation receiving a mandate

monopoly.noun, plural.monopolies
exclusive control by one group of the means of producing or selling a commodity or service; exclusive possession or control (arrogantly claims to have a monopoly on the truth); something that is exclusively possessed or controlled (showed that scientific achievement is not a male monopoly)
monopolism, monopolist.noun
monopolistic.adjective
monopolistically.adverb

monopolize, monopolized, monopolizing, monopolizes.transitive verbs
to acquire or maintain a monopoly of; to dominate by excluding others (monopolized the conversation)
monopolization, monopolizer.noun

Karl Marx, 1818-1883Karl Marx German philosopher, economist and revolutionary who championed a way for a few to get it all. Kontroller Karl wrote with the help and support of Friedrich Engels Das Kapital (1867-1894) and The Communist Manifesto (1848):

1) Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes. 
2) A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. 
3) Abolition of all rights of inheritance. *inheritance tax*
4) Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels. *non citizen, "practicing without".(out of his country of origin) "license".(license everything {control it all}; license legally means a 'waiver of prosecution' {presumption of guilt}, registration or permit {if you pay them, they'll permit you to do something; permits are fine without the pay part, and if what is permitted is in line with the golden rule}).
5) Centralization of credit in the banks of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly. *The Federal Reserve and Central Banks*
6) Centralization of the means of communication and transport in he hands of the state. *commerce clause of the "constitution, state police, etc."* 
7) Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state; the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan. *corporations, the EPA, land management* 
8) Equal obligation of all to work. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture. *social security, migrant workers and minimum wage* 
9) Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of all the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the populace over the country. *suburbia, commuting to work, etc.* 
10) Free education for all children in public schools.(according to what his ideas of a state.{the few controllers over the slaves}.deems correct to allow learning of {*}). Abolition of children's factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production, etc. *public and private schools, negate home schooling, "higher" education, evolution* ...Communist Manifesto 
   The communistic way is the way of the ego, the way of control of all, playing God in who gets to share what a few elitists determine will be shared. It's the way of slavery. If some or most of these things are increasing and/or are already prevalent in a society what does it connote?

mete, meted, meting, metes.transitive verbs
to distribute by or as if by measure; allot-(mete out the rations)

majesty.noun, plural-majesties
the greatness and dignity of a sovereign; the sovereignty and power of God; supreme authority or power (the majesty of the law); a royal personage; royal dignity of bearing or aspect; grandeur; stately splendor; magnificence, as of style or character (the Parthenon in all its majesty)

majestic.also.majestical.adjective
having or showing dignity or nobility; stately; grand
majestically.adverb

mortar.noun
a vessel in which substances are crushed or ground with a pestle; a machine in which materials are ground and blended or crushed; a portable, muzzleloading cannon used to fire shells at low velocities, short ranges, and high trajectories; any of several similar devices, such as one that shoots life lines across a stretch of water; any of various bonding materials used in masonry, surfacing, and plastering, especially a plastic mixture of cement or lime, sand, and water that hardens in place and is used to bind together bricks or stones
mortar, mortared, mortaring, mortars.transitive verbs
to bombard with mortar shell; to plaster or join with mortar

misuse.noun
improper, unlawful, or incorrect use; misapplication
misuse, misused, misusing, misuses.transitive verbs
to use incorrectly; to mistreat or abuse

mingle, mingled, mingling, mingles.verbs
transitive use.to mix or bring together in combination; mix; merge
intransitive use.to be or become mixed or united; to join or take part with others (the alumnae mingled with the trustees)
mingler.noun

Machiavellian.adjective
suggestive of or characterized by expediency, deceit, and cunning; of or relating to Machiavelli or Machiavellianism
Machiavellian.or.Machiavellist.noun

mood.noun
a state of mind or emotion; a pervading impression of an observer (the somber mood of the painting; an incidence of sulking or angry behavior; inclination; disposition

morass.noun
something that hinders, engulfs, or overwhelms.(a morass of detail, a morass of confusion); an area of low lying, soggy ground

mercenary.adjective
motivated solely by a desire for monetary or material gain; hired for service in a foreign army
mercenary.nouns, plural.mercenaries
one who serves or works merely for monetary gain; a hireling; a professional soldier hired for service in a foreign army
mercenarily.adverb
mercenariness.noun

mote.noun
very small particle; a speck

mournful.adjective
feeling or expressing sorrow or grief; sorrowful; causing or suggesting sadness or melancholy.(the mournful sound of a train whistle)
mournfully.adverb
mournfulness.noun

modicum.nouns, plural.modicums.or.modica
a small, moderate, or token amount

mislead, misled, misleading, misleads
to lead in the wrong direction; to lead into error of thought or action, especially by intentionally deceiving; deceive
misleader.noun

misleading.adjective
tending to mislead
misleadingly.adverb

misrepresent, misrepresented, misrepresenting, misrepresents.transitive verbs
to give an incorrect or misleading representation of; dishonesty in presenting; to serve incorrectly or dishonestly (congressional, parliamentary, regional and local government representatives who suppress truths from reaching the public and who meet away from public scrutiny behind closed doors are certainly not of the mind to 're present' public wishes toward making them reality and thus are not in office by respect)
misrepresentation.noun
misrepresentative.adjective
misrepresenter.nouns

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