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A Mate appears in many palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • We, so to get a mate, go to sew.
  • To help a mate, go get a maple hot.
  • Madam, I do get a mate. God, I'm Adam.
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"A Mate" is a 2008 drama, comedy, short film written by Jani Pösö and Teemu Nikki and directed by Teemu Nikki.

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Google previewHandbook for the Huntress (2008)

How to Bag a Really Great Husband by Caroline Hurry

A mate means security, respectability and status. A mate is a commodity. A mate is a must-have. Hurry! Hurry!

Google previewParasitology: A Conceptual Approach (2015)

by Eric Loker, Bruce Hofkin

Finding a mate is a requirement for many sexually reproducing parasites The site specificity we have been discussing, as well as the adaptations that permit it, serve another purpose; for sexually reproducing parasites it facilitates finding a ...

Google previewUnderstanding Fragile X Syndrome (2011)

A Guide for Families and Professionals by Isabel Fernández Carvajal, David Aldridge

Although we may believe choosing a mate is a rational activity, biology plays a primary role. one of the difficulties is that we are so used to thinking about ourselves, and our own decision-making, in terms of personal agency. We forget that we ...

Google previewLiquid Bread (2013)

Beer and Brewing in Cross-Cultural Perspective by Wulf Schiefenhovel, Helen Macbeth

A mate is an especially good friend, a person with whom one shares drinking and other leisure activities. Work mates are usually differentiated from 'weekend mates'. The term 'mates' used to be used only for males, but now applies to both ...

Google previewThe Lapwing (2009)

by Michael Shrubb

Choosing a mate is a female prerogative. Some ground displays are also territorial and there is a distinct diurnal rhythm in display activity, with most early in the morning, declining towards midday and with a resurgence in the evening. During ...

Google previewPedophilia (2012)

Biosocial Dimensions by Jay R. Feierman

a mate is a critical determinant of the genetic constitution and future reproductive success of the offspring. Hence, it is not surprising to find that, under natural conditions, individuals seldom mate indiscriminately. Various mechanisms ensure ...

Google previewBehaviour (Psychology Revivals) (2014)

by D. E. Broadbent

and therefore food is a reward: if they do not find mates the species dies, and therefore a mate is a reward. It could easily be imagined that the ordinary process of evolution would rapidly eUminate animals who did not tend to repeat actions ...

Google previewIt's His Loss! (2007)

When the Relationship Ends by Sherri N. Knotts

Choosing a mate is a trial and error process as well. After getting the butterflies for every date you have had for the past six months, you finally get your prince! What a wonderful feeling! Make sure that you have chosen this man based on your ...

Google previewBetter Living Through Bad Movies (2006)

by Scott Clevenger, Sheri Zollinger

Likewise, the subject of attracting and winning a mate is a staple in massmarket magazines. For instance, a recent issue ...

Google previewArctic Foxes (2013)

by Julie Murray

A mate is a partner tojoin with in order to reproduce. prey an animal hunted or killed by a predator for food. region a large part of the world that is different from other parts. snout a part of the face, including the nose and the mouth, that sticks out ...

Google previewA rhyming dictionary ... Fourth edition, improved (1824)

by John WALKER (the Philologist.)

To a mate To terrify; to strike with horror, v. a. To a-mal'ga-mate To unite metals with quicksilver, v. Bed'mate A bedfellow, s. Yoke mate A companion in labour, s. Case'mate A kind of arch of stone-work, s.

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1766)

In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Explained in Their Different Meanings, and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found by Samuel Johnson


Google previewThe Cowboy Encyclopedia (1996)

by Richard W. Slatta

The tube has a strainer at one end that is inserted into a small, hollowed-out gourd (also called a mate) filled with tea leaves and hot water. The liquid is replenished with more hot water as the gourd empties. Fresh leaves are added as needed ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

by Walter William Skeat

gimako, a mate, comrade; but O. Du . maet, Du. moat, a mate, with / as in English, doubtless an O. Friesic form. (3. All closely related to the adj. seen in Icel. makr, suitable, M. H. G. gemach, suitable ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Choctaw Language (1915)

by Cyrus Byington

a mate; afellow; a yokefellow; an adversary, 1 Sam. 1: 6; itichapa, n., an antagonist; a pair; a brace; a span; a match. ichapa, n., a reverse; a contrary; an opposite. ichapa, a., impudent; ...

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Just because swans mate for life, I don't think it's that big of a deal. First of all, if you're a swan, you're probably not going to find a swan that looks that much better than the one you've got, so why not mate for life (Jack Handey)
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