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Menon

/ˈmɛnən/
noun
1.
Vengalil Krishnan Krishna (ˈvɛŋɡəlɪl ˈkriːʃnən ˈkriːʃnə). 1897–1974, Indian diplomat and politician, who was a close associate of Nehru and played a key role in the Indian nationalist movement
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  • To this difficulty, the reply made in the menon is, that you never do learn any thing really new.

    Aristotle George Grote
  • "I have kept room for your camp next my tent, menon," said another.

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • menon's slave stood waiting and, as his master came up, he took the big red bowl of foaming milk and carried it to the table.

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • menon talked gaily about their journey, the games to-morrow, Creon's training.

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • But he did not ask for menon, though he came from Ariæus, menon's intimate friend.

  • menon came after him, laughing, and Glaucon followed to care for them.

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • He did not ask for menon, and that too though he came from Ariaeus, who was menon's friend.

    Anabasis Xenophon
  • Here were written names, and among them, "Creon, son of the Olympic winner menon."

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • menon and Charmides had a thousand questions about the games.

    Buried Cities, Part 2 Jennie Hall
  • But to menon, it was said, he sent gifts with lordly liberality.

    Anabasis Xenophon

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