/məˈraɪ/ noun 1. (NZ) a traditional Māori tribal meeting place, originally one in the open air, now frequently a purpose-built building 2. (in Polynesia) an open-air place of worship
/ˌmærəˈdɒnə/ noun 1. Diego Armando (dɪˈeɪɡəʊ). born 1960, Argentinian footballer and manager: his clubs included Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, and Napoli; scored 34 goals in 91 internationals (1977–94); under his captaincy Argentina won the World Cup in 1986
[mahr-ey-jing] /ˈmɑrˌeɪ dʒɪŋ/ noun 1. a low-carbon steel that has been heated and quenched to form martensite: contains up to 25 percent nickel. /ˈmɑːˌreɪdʒɪŋ/ noun 1. a strong low-carbon steel containing nickel and small amounts of titanium, aluminium, and niobium, produced by transforming to a martensitic structure and heating at 500°C
bitterness, a fountain at the sixth station of the Israelites (Ex. 15:23, 24; Num. 33:8) whose waters were so bitter that they could not drink them. On this account they murmured against Moses, who, under divine direction, cast into the fountain “a certain tree” which took away its bitterness, so that the people drank of […]
[mer duh zeen] /ˈmɛr də ˌzin/ noun 1. a river in E central Kansas and W Missouri, flowing SE to the Osage River. 150 miles (241 km) long.