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A New Dictionary of Ancient Geography, exhibiting the modern in addition to the ancient names of places (1803)
by Charles Pye
MAC E, a people of Arabia Felix. MAcALLA ( Macella), a ...
by Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder
Barbour, Mac E. Barrick, Ernest W. Baughman, F. W. Bradley, Frederic G. Cassidy , L. W. Collins, Ernest R. Cox, Levette Davidson, Audrey Duckert, Byrd H. Granger , ...
by William KENRICK (LL.D.)
o MAce — Mac E. m. / [ maga, Saxon ; masa, Spanish.] An ensign of authority worn before magistrates.— [Masue, French ; masa, Latin.] A heavy blunt weapon; a club of metal.—[Macis, Latin.] ...
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