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Muslim.or.Moslem.noun,.plural.Muslims.or.Moslems
a believer in or adherent of Islam
Moslem.adjective

mosque.noun,.plural.mosques
a Moslem house of worship

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

macrophage.noun,.plural.macrophages
means 'big eaters'; the word 'macrophage', like 'bacteriophage' means 'a thing that devours'; any of the large phagocytic cells of the reticuloendothelial system; the white blood cells that sacrifice themselves to save you from any harmful invaders; more
macrophagic.adjective

mandate.noun,.plural.mandates
if an elected body has a mandate to carry out a particular policy or task, they have been given the authority by the electorate to carry it out as a result of winning an election or vote; an authoritative public command or instruction; a command or an authorization given by a political electorate to its representative;
Law: a contract by which one party agrees to perform services for another without payment; an order issued by a superior court or an official to a lower court
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)
mandatary.noun,.plural.mandataries
a person or nation receiving a mandate; of, having the nature of or containing a mandate
mandator.noun,.plural.mandators

mandatory.adjective
required or commanded by authority; obligatory (attendance at the meeting is mandatory)
mandatory.nouns, plural.mandatories
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; the dove sellers appear to have had a monopoly:.John 2:16); 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, 1818-1883 German philosopher, economist and revolutionary who championed a way for a few the likes of Stalin and Mussolini, to get it all and maintain control of it, the modern version of which is keeping themselves in charge through policies of government and subjugation of people through economic pressures, the new form of the old slavery. Kontroller Karl wrote with the help and support of Friedrich Engels Das Kapital (1867-1894) and The Communist Manifesto (1848). Recent dictators Mussolini, Stalin, etc. have somewhat copied his style:

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 by investments into it}; thw word '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}; meter at charge to citizens all you can and be sure not to pay dividends to citizens for using the water or electic power or air {cell phone signal transmission} or gas from the ground).
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 controlled not by the countries they are in, but overseas.
6) Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the 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.(designed by the controllers, generally unapproved by the people). 'corporations, the EPA, land management' 
8) Equal obligation of all to work.(not a 'right' but an obligation). 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.(we'll move 'em where we want 'em). '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)
mete out, meted out.adjectives
given out in portions; apportioned; dealt out; doled out; parceled out

majesty.noun,.plural.majesties
the majesty and power of God; supreme.authority or power (God's majesty; the majesty of the law); majesty is the quality of being the best one can be, beautiful, dignified and impressive (the majesty of the mainland mountains); the greatness and dignity of a sovereign; a royal personage; dignity of bearing or aspect; grandeur; stately.splendor; magnificence, as of style or magnificence (the Rocky Mountains of B.C. and Alberta in all their 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; 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 (the mortar between bricks); also, a machine in which materials are ground and blended or crushed; also, 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
mortar, mortared, mortaring, mortars.transitive verbs
to plaster or join with mortar; to bombard with mortar shell

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 verb use.to mix or bring together in combination; mix; merge
intransitive verb 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; Niccolò Machiavelli was an Italian statesman and writer who wrote, among other books The Prince, which describes cunning and unscrupulous.methods for rulers to gain and keep power....comprised from Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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,.plural.morasses
if you describe an unpleasant or confused situation as a morass, you mean that it seems impossible to escape from or resolve, because it has become so serious or so complicated; something that hinders, engulfs or overwhelms.(a morass of detail, a morass of confusion; the morass the world has been made into); an area of low lying, soggy ground (the quads were bogged down in a morass of mud)

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,.plural.
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

mourning.noun
the actions or expressions of one who has suffered a bereavement; a period noticing a recent loss of someone loved

mourn, mourned, mourning, mourns.verbs
intransitive verb use.to feel or express grief or sorrow; grieve; to make a low, indistinct, mournful sound such as a dove uses
transitive verb use.to feel or express deep regret for (mourned the wasted years); to grieve over (someone precious that a person no longer has with him or her, such as a person or a beloved pet
mourningly.adverb
mourner.noun

mitochondrion.noun,.plural.mitochondria
mitochondria are power plants for cells, producing energy to power the cell's other activities; mitochondria have their own DNA and are specialized.structures.performing.specificfunctions for the cell; they are spherical or elongated.organelles in the cytoplasm of nearly all eukaryotic.cells, containing genetic.material and many enzymes important for cell metabolism, including those responsible for the conversion of food to usable energy; also called chondriosome
mitochondrial.adjective

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 surreptitiously 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

misgovern, misgoverned, misgoverning, misgoverns.transitive verbs
to govern inefficiently or badly
misgovernment, misgovernor.nouns

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