Prices range from $12 to 18 for starters and $24 to 32 for mains.
Average price per person, with starters, mains, and ample alcohol will run about 400 rand or roughly $60 per person.
The mains will be restored to their former position when the subway structure is complete.
Do you draw from the mains or are you on the high level reservoir?'
The mains should be from three to six inches deeper than the minors.
mains inquired of the elders afterwards, with pointed sarcasm.
Secondly, the mains and service-pipes required for acetylene are smaller, cateria paribus, than those needed for coal-gas.
Get in mains'l, close reef fores'l, and let her ride with that and jumbo.
The narrowest isthmus between the mains of past and present will cover those years.
The pressure also in the mains in London seldom exceeds 120 feet at the utmost.
Old English mægen (n.) "power, bodily strength, force, efficacy," from Proto-Germanic *maginam "power," suffixed form of PIE root *magh- (1) "be able, have power" (see may (v.)). Original sense preserved in phrase with might and main. Meaning "principal channel in a utility system" is first recorded 1727 in main drain; Used since 1540s for "continuous stretch of land or water." In Spanish Main the word is short for mainland and refers to the coast between Panama and Orinoco.
early 13c., "large, bulky, strong," from Old English mægen- "power, strength, force," used in compounds (e.g. mægensibb "great love," mægenbyrðen "heavy burden;" see main (n.)), probably also from or influenced by Old Norse megenn (adj.) "strong, powerful." Sense of "chief" is c.1400. Main course in the meal sense attested from 1829. Main man "favorite male friend; hero" is from 1967, U.S. black slang.
Favorite; most admired; beloved: This is my main nigger, my number one nigger (1960s+ Black)