- mattress n. A usually rectangular pad of heavy cloth filled with soft material or an arrangement of coiled springs, used as or on a bed.
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- Paper V3.5, Proc. Symp. Mat. Res. Soc. vol. 624
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- We all receive impassioned fund-raising letters from our almae matres about cruel budget cuts that threaten brilliant research and inspired teaching.
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- de los dioses a los que estaba consagrada la exedra y suponemos que eran varios, uno por cada altar" y "en el último de ellos se ve que estaría consagrado a las Matres, un culto que se extiende, en especial, por el centro de la península Ibérica".
- Matres and Matrones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Matres (Latin "mothers") and Matrones (Latin "matrons") were female deities venerated in North-West Europe from the 1st to the 5th century AD.
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- The Honored Matres were a powerful all-female group who emerge from uncharted space to become formid.
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