Similar words: montage, photomontage, frontage, contagion, contagious, contagiously, montana, montane. Meaning: n. United States anthropologist (born in England) who popularized anthropology (1905-).
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1. His musings were inter-rupted by Montagu who came and sat down next to him.
2. Montagu was extremely impressed by the splendours of the French court.
3. It was widely believed that Montagu was secretly pulling the strings behind the prime minister.
4. Lloyds is advised by Samuel Montagu and Co.
5. The first merchant bankers approached were Samuel Montagu.
6. Montagu testified that they never seriously doubted Lloyd George's ability to form a Government.
7. The Montagu case left homosexuals in Britain nervous and more inclined to circumspect behaviour.
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8. There, not entirely surprisingly, was Montagu Clements, still wearing my sweater.
9. Pay flexibility is a main preoccupation of Mr Montagu and Mr Brown in the planning stage.
10. Lloyds said it is consulting its advisers, Samuel Montagu and Co., and will keep shareholders informed of future developments.
11. When John Montagu made the very first sandwich in England in 1762, he couldn't have imagined that it would still be very popular almost 250 years later.
12. It was to British author Lady Mary Montagu that Europe was first indebted for the introduction of inoculation against smallpox.
13. Montagu There i a great deal of difference etwee the eager ma who want to read a ook, and the tired ma who want a ook to read.
14. In her "Science Digest" article, writer Ashley Montagu argued that crying not only contributes to good health, but it also builds community.
15. John Montagu made the very first sandwich in England in 1762, he couldn't have imagined that it would still be very popular almost 250 years later.
16. "Sandwich" was named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, an 18th-century English aristocrat.
17. Law's biographer said that it came from Balfour; and Crewe said that it came from Montagu and Derby.
18. The casual meal we call a sandwich takes its name from Englishman John Montagu (1718–1792), the Fourth Earl of Sandwich.
19. The memo was passed on to John Masterman, the head of the Twenty Committee of which Montagu and Cholmondeley were members.
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