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  YouTube - S'MORES
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 Author Mores - Federated Media Publishing
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Our original Mores, to which all FM authors subscribe, call for transparency and the disclosure of any pertinent relationships, either in blog posts or on disclosure pages like the ones offered by John Battelle.
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  S'mores
S'mores got their name from frequent requests for "some more" whenever they were made.
The word "s'mores"--always used in the plural--is short for "some mores," referring to one's appetite for more than just one.
Recipes for "Some Mores" are in various Girl Scout publications until at least 1971.
www.geocities.com /suarezgfam/SmoresHistory.html   (664 words)

  
  Celebrating Wildflowers - Intermountain Region Viewing Area - Mores Mountain
The Mores Mountain area is one of the closest forest getaways to Boise.
Vehicle access to the Mores Mountain trailhead is generally permitted from June to October, depending on weather and snow conditions.
The Mores Mountain trailhead is near the entrance to the campground.
www.fs.fed.us /wildflowers/regions/intermountain/MoresMountain/index.shtml   (448 words)

  
 Mariano Mores: "Creí que a Uno no lo iba a cantar nadie..."
Allí estará acompañado de su "banda familiar" formada por su hija, la cantante Silvia Mores (mamá de Mariana Fabbiani), su nieto Gabriel (hijo de Nito, fallecido en 1984 a los 39 años) y una flamante incorporación: su sobrino Ariel Mores de 27 años, cantor, hijo de su hermano menor, Osvaldo.
Mores recuerda que a los 15 días le preguntó por primera vez qué le parecía la melodía.
Allí Mores eligió un estilo extrovertido, a veces demagógico, siempre estentóreo.
www.clarin.com /diario/2006/11/08/espectaculos/c-00611.htm   (2319 words)

  
 Dictionary.com/Word of the Day Archive/mores
Colonel William Mann, after all, proved a thorn in society's side because he claimed to understand its mores, to have found out just how his presumed betters were violating the code that should have governed them, and then rebuked them by wielding it not only more expertly than they did but more lethally.
Usually the laws mirror the mores of the populace in this regard, though at times they run ahead, and at times they lag behind.
Mores comes from Latin, plural of mos, "custom." It is related to moral.
dictionary.reference.com /wordoftheday/archive/2005/11/03.html   (159 words)

  
  Chateau de Mores - North Dakota State Historic Site
The 128-acre Chateau de Mores State Historic Site is comprised of three separate parts: The Chateau de Mores (1/8 mile west and 1/8 miles south of Medora), Chimney Park (west edge of Medora), and de Mores Memorial Park (downtown Medora).
Still standing in the town he named for his wife is the home he built for his in-laws, the wealthy von Hoffmans from New York, and a Catholic church his wife had constructed.
De Mores Memorial Park and a statue of the Marquis also recall the de Mores presence.
www.state.nd.us /hist/chateau/chateau.htm   (726 words)

  
  Mores at AllExperts
An example of a more might be someone picking his or her nose; which, although harmless, is widely considered as disgusting to the general populace and goes against the normal.
The term mores (IPA) as used in sociology is a plural noun.
However, constant exposure to social mores is thought by some to lead to development of an individual moral core, which is pre-rational and consists of a set of inhibitions that cannot be easily characterized except as potential inhibitions against taking opportunities that the family or society does not consider desirable.
en.allexperts.com /e/m/mo/mores.htm   (313 words)

  
  SIR THOMAS MORE - LoveToKnow Article on SIR THOMAS MORE   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mores was one of those highly susceptible natures which take more readily and more eagerly than common minds the impress of that which they encounter on their first contact with men.
Mores attention to the new studies was always subordinate to his resolution to rise in his profession, in which he was stimulated by his fathers example.
More was not only a lawyer, a wit, a scholar, and a man of wide general reading; he was also a man of cultivated taste,,who delighted in music and painting.
27.1911encyclopedia.org /M/MO/MORE_SIR_THOMAS.htm   (5387 words)

  
 Mores - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term mores (IPA [ˈmɔːreɪz]) as used in sociology is a plural noun.
Taboos form the subset of mores that forbid a society's most outrageous behaviours, such as incest and murder in many societies.
An example of a more might be someone picking their nose; which, although harmless, is widely considered as disgusting to the general populace and goes against the normal.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mores   (263 words)

  
 X-Entertainment - S'Mores Wars!
The tale of the tape is told on each contender's packaging; the Hershey's version features a youth likening the cooking of s'mores to seeing Satan screwing his mother with the top of a broken wine bottle.
The Indoor/Outdoor Ambiancal Upscaler displays a more mature, chill setting where a group of yuppies mash graham crackers atop gooey marshmallows while discussing the Republican National Convention's affect on local traffic.
As an aside, one of many to come, the plastic yellow shield would convey a whole lot more charm had they didn't etch on 10,000 warnings about electric shocks and potential explosions.
www.x-entertainment.com /articles/0919   (1497 words)

  
 mores on Encyclopedia.com
MORES [mores], concept developed by William Graham Sumner to designate those folkways that if violated, result in extreme punishment.
Whereas folkways guide human conduct in the more mundane areas of life, mores tend to control those aspects connected with sex, the family, or religion.
One of the roots of the islamist fever is in the islamic social mores of Algeria, in its sexual segregation.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/m1/mores.asp   (826 words)

  
 Soren Kierkegaard [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
This was a satirical conservative riposte to a previous address in favor of more liberal press laws, and was the first broadside by Kierkegaard in a long career of lambasting the popular press, especially insofar as it supported political agitation for democracy.
His seduction of Cordelia is not aimed at mere sexual consummation, but more at narrative consummation - she is to be used as an occasion, and manipulated in whatever ways Johannes deems necessary, to become the character in the story of seduction he has predetermined.
The pseudonym Constantin Constantius congratulates the Danish language on the word "Gjentagelse" [repetition], which more literally means "taking again." The emphasis in the Danish, then, is on the action involved in the repetition of faith rather than on the intellection involved in recollection.
www.iep.utm.edu /k/kierkega.htm   (11257 words)

  
 O tempora! O mores! The Oratory of Cicero
The essay are arranged more or less chronologically; each may be read individually, but together they tell the story of a city-state teetering, reluctantly, on the brink of empire.
Another reform was to devote more money to the military, so that the men would no longer have to supply their own weapons and such.
Cicero was referred to as a "new man," illustrating his ascent in the caste system from a more lowly position, to a spot in the political elite.
www.skidmore.edu /academics/classics/courses/1999spring/cl201/cl201pro/cl201tem.html   (4007 words)

  
 Mariano Mores
You cannot listen to Mores with unction, Mores is not for dancing, nobody cared much about his singers, it was, in fact, an orchestra for theater and television.
Mores goes on telling us that he asked Luis Rubistein for a lyric to which he would add music: «...so "Gitana" was born, a song with Spanish tinge, that I never played, but Tito Schipa and the Gómez-Vila duo sang.»
Mariano Mores was born in the neighborhood of San Telmo on February 18, 1922.
www.todotango.com /english/creadores/mores.asp   (1306 words)

  
 Marquis de Mores - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At the duel Dreyfus fired first and missed, and the Marquis wounded his opponent in the arm.
After more verbal attacks on Jews, he went to Algeria to strengthen the French hold there and stop British advances into the interior of Africa.
He used anti-Semitic rhetoric to his advantage in Algeria, giving speeches claiming African Jews and the British were conspiring to conquer the entire Sahara Desert.
www.oroville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Marquis_de_Mores   (918 words)

  
 X-Entertainment - S'Mores Wars!
The tale of the tape is told on each contender's packaging; the Hershey's version features a youth likening the cooking of s'mores to seeing Satan screwing his mother with the top of a broken wine bottle.
The Indoor/Outdoor Ambiancal Upscaler displays a more mature, chill setting where a group of yuppies mash graham crackers atop gooey marshmallows while discussing the Republican National Convention's affect on local traffic.
As an aside, one of many to come, the plastic yellow shield would convey a whole lot more charm had they didn't etch on 10,000 warnings about electric shocks and potential explosions.
x-entertainment.com /articles/0919   (1497 words)

  
 Mores
The term mores (pronounced in two syllables) as used in Sociology is used only in the plural.
However, constant exposure to social mores is thought by some to lead to development of an individual moral core, which is pre-rational and consists of a set of inhibitions that cannot be easily characterized except as potential inhibitions against taking opportunities that the family or society doesn't consider desirable.
All is still licensed under the GNU FDL.
www.wordlookup.net /mo/mores.html   (198 words)

  
 Mores quotes & quotations
That doesn't mean you do nothing, but it means that you do the things that need to be done according to priority.
It is less important that there are different mores, for you counteract these with your own reaction-formations.
Leonine verses are so called in honor of a poet named Leo, whom prosodists appear to find a pleasure in believing to have been the first to discover that a rhyming couplet could be run into a single line.
en.thinkexist.com /quotes/with/keyword/mores   (418 words)

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