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multicutural London English: a London dialect of English, characterized by West Indian and South Asian inflections, and frequent use of slang
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  • Natheless we could not take part in the mle, except to join the crowd of lookers-on in the cry "heaven speed the right!"

  • The attention of the savages had been diverted from them by the mle on deck.

    South American Fights and Fighters Cyrus Townsend Brady
  • He was engaged in it because a conglomeration of irresistible forces had driven him into the mle.

    The Rough Road William John Locke
  • In the mle he met Jefferson and proposed to him a secret expedition.

    The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
  • From the brain of some unknown cowled genius sprang this mle and splendid conception, built in the very prime of Gothic.

    How France Built Her Cathedrals Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
  • Up from the mle, streaked with blood and dust, now came the trader.

    The Great Quest Charles Boardman Hawes
  • The midst of the mle is not the best position from which to judge the order of battle.

  • It was a mle of beams of light, of voices, of obscure motions, sounds.

  • The columns opened out to let them pass, or they rushed round from the rear, and threw themselves into the mle.

  • If he fell in the midst of this mle, he must surely be trodden to death in a moment.

    A Clerk of Oxford Evelyn Everett-Green
Related Abbreviations for mle


midline episiotomy
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