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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: Reward; recompense; wage.
From Old English med. Earliest documented use: before 900.
"And speaking of seats, the folding chairs were hideously uncomfortable -- something like that fabled throne in Hades, which demanded a meed of blood and bone if you tried to leave it."
Craig Smith; Axelrod Quartet and NMSO; The Santa Fe New Mexican; Oct 17, 2003.
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