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MOST everyone! That means that NOT EVERYONE does, but if you asked 100 people, 90 of them would say it isn't that important! You don't get it! Aaaah!

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Is that bad?

Yes.

Why?

So tell us what the word "MAGOR" means?

 

 

Importent

 

No it does not.

 

Main Entry: 1ma·jor

Pronunciation: \ˈmā-jər\

Function: adjective

Etymology: Middle English maiour, from Latin major, comparative of magnus great, large — more at much

Date: 15th century

 

1 : greater in dignity, rank, importance, or interest <one of the major poets>

2 : greater in number, quantity, or extent <the major part of his work>

3 : having attained majority

4 a : notable or conspicuous in effect or scope : considerable <a major improvement> b : prominent or significant in size, amount, or degree <earned some major cash>

5 : involving grave risk : serious <a major illness>

6 : of or relating to a subject of academic study chosen as a field of specialization

7 a : having half steps between the third and fourth and the seventh and eighth degrees <major scale> b : based on a major scale <major key> c : equivalent to the distance between the keynote and another tone (except the fourth and fifth) of a major scale <major third> d : having a major third above the root <major triad>

 

Magor may refer to the following:

 

* Ivan Martin Jirous – a Czech underground poet

* Magor (Middle-earth), a character from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium of Middle-earth

* Magor is a legendary ancestor of the Hungarian people, see Hunor and Magor

* Magor, Monmouthshire – a place in Wales, United Kingdom

* Magor, a French cheese

* Breton name for Magoar

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Is that bad?

Yes.

Why?

So tell us what the word "MAGOR" means?

 

 

Importent

 

No it does not.

 

Main Entry: 1ma·jor

Pronunciation: \ˈmā-jər\

Function: adjective

Etymology: Middle English maiour, from Latin major, comparative of magnus great, large — more at much

Date: 15th century

 

1 : greater in dignity, rank, importance, or interest <one of the major poets>

2 : greater in number, quantity, or extent <the major part of his work>

3 : having attained majority

4 a : notable or conspicuous in effect or scope : considerable <a major improvement> b : prominent or significant in size, amount, or degree <earned some major cash>

5 : involving grave risk : serious <a major illness>

6 : of or relating to a subject of academic study chosen as a field of specialization

7 a : having half steps between the third and fourth and the seventh and eighth degrees <major scale> b : based on a major scale <major key> c : equivalent to the distance between the keynote and another tone (except the fourth and fifth) of a major scale <major third> d : having a major third above the root <major triad>

 

Magor may refer to the following:

 

* Ivan Martin Jirous – a Czech underground poet

* Magor (Middle-earth), a character from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium of Middle-earth

* Magor is a legendary ancestor of the Hungarian people, see Hunor and Magor

* Magor, Monmouthshire – a place in Wales, United Kingdom

* Magor, a French cheese

* Breton name for Magoar

 

 

Then what does it mean?

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I think most everyone else does.

 

 

Not evrey one.

 

What part of most don't you understand.

 

 

You said most evryone.

Actually... no. He said, "most everyone", not "most evryone". I'm sure he'd appreciate it if you don't put words in his mouth.
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In reading through this thread I have decided to offer a link for Spell Checkers. I just did a search with Google and this is the first page of useful checkers.

 

Now for another useful item - The Free Dictionary. Don't forget to 'bookmark' this page. B)

 

I hope you make these your "friends" and utilize them often. (And do not ask why.)

 

Shirley~

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I think most everyone else does.

 

 

Not evrey one.

 

What part of most don't you understand.

 

 

You said most evryone.

Actually... no. He said, "most everyone", not "most evryone". I'm sure he'd appreciate it if you don't put words in his mouth.

 

 

Close enuf.

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In reading through this thread I have decided to offer a link for Spell Checkers. I just did a search with Google and this is the first page of useful checkers.

 

Now for another useful item - The Free Dictionary. Don't forget to 'bookmark' this page. B)

 

I hope you make these your "friends" and utilize them often. (And do not ask why.)

 

Shirley~

 

 

Spell checking takes too long. And why not ask why?

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I think most everyone else does.

 

 

Not evrey one.

 

What part of most don't you understand.

 

 

You said most evryone.

Actually... no. He said, "most everyone", not "most evryone". I'm sure he'd appreciate it if you don't put words in his mouth.

 

 

Close enuf.

B)

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I think most everyone else does.

Not evrey one.

What part of most don't you understand.

You said most evryone.

Actually... no. He said, "most everyone", not "most evryone". I'm sure he'd appreciate it if you don't put words in his mouth.

Close enuf.

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Then what does it mean?

 

Read the dang post.

 

 

What post?

 

The one that contained this.

 

Magor may refer to the following:

 

* Ivan Martin Jirous – a Czech underground poet

* Magor (Middle-earth), a character from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium of Middle-earth

* Magor is a legendary ancestor of the Hungarian people, see Hunor and Magor

* Magor, Monmouthshire – a place in Wales, United Kingdom

* Magor, a French cheese

* Breton name for Magoar

 

I must say. You are the most entertaining troll I've ever played this game with.

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The problem with the "report this post" tool is well known to Groundspeak and the moderator team. Thanks for the additional report.

 

Since the discussion has wandered, I am closing this thread.

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