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mere

adjective bare, just, nothing but, only, plain, sheer, simple
Associated concepts: mere assumption of title, mere glimmering of reason, mere license, mere possibility
See also: marginal, minor, naked, only, simple

MERE. This is the French word for mother. It is frequently used as, in ventre sa mere, which signifies; a child unborn, or in the womb.

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To help understand why the natural family is the fundamental unit of society and produces the most desirable outcomes, Carlson and Mero devote an entire chapter to a study of alternative social models.
The reporter quotes the doctor as saying about contacting Mero, "I was ecstatic to find someone who's doing what he's doing .
USG is very happy to have introduced this first-of-its-kind drywall 'EL MERO MERO DRYWALERO' competition to honor and celebrate the top drywall professionals in the Dallas area," said Sergio Fernandez, manager of Emerging Markets, USG Corporation.
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Diebold addressed any situation rapidly and we got exactly what we expected," Mero said.
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I am excited to be involved with 'The 10th Muse,' '' Mero says.
The design of the superstructure and envelope was then developed and refined with Mero Systems.
For these days the Mero boys spend more time in departure lounges and on long-haul flights than they do back home in Glasgow.
DALLAS -- USG, the manufacturer of top-selling SHEETROCK([R]) Brand drywall and other high-quality finishing products for the construction and remodeling industries, will hold competitions in Dallas to identify and crown "EL MERO MERO DRYWALERO" (The Best of the Best Drywaller) in the city.
The tree was ceremoniously planted on the Town Common two weeks ago by the Boylston Garden Club and town officials, including (Above, from left): Town Administrator Martin McNamara, Police Chief Tony Sahagian, Selectmen Chairman James Wood, Highway Department Superintendent Steve Mero, Mary Groleau, Linda O'Connor, Pat Bigelow, Carla Peterson, Jean Draper, Sue Olsen, Deb Richardson, Deb Fuller and Maria Taylor.