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    1. There is a mass grave – a surplus of irons that have done their job and gone to rest

    2. The main problem I have with most beers is the chemicals that are in most mass produced beers

    3. you will see a mass of living microbes

    4. of souls in their mass confusion and terror

    5. Melinda's derby name was WMD: Woman of Mass Destruction

    6. Woman of Mass Destruction

    7. Finally she hissed to herself: "Come on Woman of Mass Destruction

    8. However, feeling the pull of a billion, billion stars, feeling the weight of mass

    9. It led with the single, circular visor in the alien suit, set in the center of its main body mass

    10. The biggest mass media is magazines and there are tens of millions of titles and none that print more than a few million copies

    1. SCS Arbitrage hung 300 meters out, holding station alongside Hardway with the ships of the combined fleet massed behind her

    2. As they uttered the very first word of the ceremony the most horrendous wailing drowned out their massed voices and the air was filled with the thud and boom of bass notes and percussion

    3. their massed voices and the air was filled with the thud and boom

    4. The majority was massed together just behind home plate

    5. They simply massed about four hundred yards from the one wall and stood there

    6. And in every future, she saw disaster for this world, great armies massed across the Free Lands doing battle with Alit’aren gone mad from the taint

    7. It was hopeless! What could she do to stop them? In every future, she massed her armies to try to capture and Heal her friends, but in every future, she was defeated, her armies were defeated; it was the beginning of the Age of Chaos

    8. Rather, over the centuries she rotted from within, making it easy for the barbarians massed across her empire"s borders

    9. He hoped these would suffice and once he had massed enough pieces of wet yet not soggy wood, he piled it down neatly to form a fire stack, wishing his flint and stone would be enough to get the fire going

    10. The small cave was irregularly shaped in an angular way; the bookcases and an old study were massed together near the corner of the jutting rock, while a somewhat larger space to the right of the study, a sort of crevice, housed a small cot and a cupboard of what at a glance seemed to be antique wood

    1. Scriptures are for guidance; particularly for the masses many of them come to know of the contents through discourses by religious teachers

    2. This was due largely to the masses of people that needed to feed themselves and to their ability to learn from others

    3. Here in this damp little island, where the eyes of the masses dim with disappointment when still young, this man enjoyed the luxury of profession and vocation

    4. Little by little, masses and forms started to regain a relative solidity, and all was soon shrouded in a deep purple twilight

    5. This is the reign of Herod: 10 percent have all the wealth and all the power, and the masses are reduced to unbearable poverty

    6. and soft pedalled guidance for the masses,

    7. Because, up to about the year 1700 sugar was the exclusive amenity of the aristocracy, it came to be greatly prized by the masses as a delicacy

    8. During the week Cyberia cleaned the house, cooked meals and performed a range of other wifely duties while her husband, under the guise of bringing euphonic enlightenment to the masses, rescued black bin liners full of old clothes, books and partially complete jigsaw sets from the doorways of London’s charitable retail outlets

    9. Apart from a few casual jobs that he managed to get during the summer season, when Britain’s residential masses poured out of their suburban homes to spend two weeks basking in the melange of weather systems that blow in across the great western seas, he spent most of the year fishing from beaches and rocky breakwaters, eking out a meagre living by selling sea bass to local restaurants and pubs

    10. perspective of the masses may come in handy

    1. “The priority for this patrol is to find out what the Turks are up to Brigade need to know if they are massing for a serious attack

    2. As Dorro and Forgo’s vessel ventured forth from the harbor in the morning darkness, folks were already massing along wharfs and celebrating their good fortune

    3. He reported that even though this was the best place for the Re Che to stop us, they were instead massing behind a river some distance to the east

    4. The Stygians, ever a menace to the northern nations, were apparently not connected with this movement; for they were massing armies on their eastern borders and their priests were making magic to fight that of the desert sorcerer, whom men called Natohk, the Veiled One; for his features were always masked

    5. Carrying a camera with waterproof housing that weighed almost as much as he did, pasty white, frail looking, with stringy hair that fell into his eyes, Stu ran toward the approaching animals which they could plainly see massing on the open meadow in front of them

    6. � His desk at the Daily Telegraph looked decidedly a lot safer now as he glanced furtively at the German soldiers massing for an assault less than 200 yards away

    7. Stalin is also not excused in this regard for despite being warned by both American and British intelligence, he simply dismissed all reports of German troops massing on the eastern border

    8. Our first air strike from our local fighter-bomber detachment has cooled down a bit the enemy’s ardor but Muang Phin is now reporting by radio that the enemy is apparently massing for another attack

    9. The enemy, being many times stronger, was always able, by massing his forces at points of his own choice, to break through fronts that were far too widely extended

    10. They are actually massing on the northern side of the hills facing you

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    Synonyms for "mass"

    mass bulk volume hoi polloi masses multitude people the great unwashed batch deal flock good deal great deal hatful heap lot mess mickle mint mountain muckle passel peck pile plenty pot quite a little raft sight slew spate stack tidy sum wad aggregate aggregated aggregative accumulation collection whole conglomerate lump hunk chunk piece portion section body expanse magnitude extent span mound stockpile pack crowd mob company rabble greater portion majority plurality worship celebration observance holy communion eucharist ceremony

    "mass" definitions

    the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gravitational field

    (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent

    an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)

    (Roman Catholic Church and Protestant Churches) the celebration of the Eucharist

    a body of matter without definite shape

    the common people generally

    the property of something that is great in magnitude

    a musical setting for a Mass

    a sequence of prayers constituting the Christian Eucharistic rite

    join together into a mass or collect or form a mass

    formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole