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Definition of Missel

Missel
Missel Mis"sel, n. Mistletoe. [Obs.] Missel bird, Missel thrush (Zo["o]l.), a large European thrush (Turdus viscivorus) which feeds on the berries of the mistletoe; -- called also mistletoe thrush and missel.

Meaning of Missel from wikipedia

- tha' was a missel thrush an' showed me where thy nest was, does tha' think I'd tell any one? Not me," he said. "Tha' art as safe as a missel thrush." Storm****...
- Renee C. Missel (born 1947) is a Canadian-born film producer and former photojournalist who has been active since the 1970s. She is a voting member of...
- Gallienne. It was written by Lewis John Carlino, and produced by Renée Missel and Howard Rosenman. It received two nominations at the 53rd Academy Awards;...
- The Missal of Silos is the oldest known do****ent on paper (as opposed to parchment) created in Europe; it dates to before 1080 AD. The m****cript was written...
- play Idioglossia, the script for Nell was developed by co-producer Renée Missel and was inspired by Handley's time living in the Cascade Mountains in the...
- and memory in world cultures. British Museum. Free, Missel. "8 décembre immaculé conception". Missel Free. Retrieved February 4, 2021. Tiblis, Laurence...
- The ANEC IV Missel Thrush was a 1920s British two-seat light aircraft built by Air Navigation and Engineering Company Limited at Addlestone Surrey. The...
- Dubarat, Missel, p. cix. Saint-Vanne, pp. 15-16. Dubarat, Missel, p. cxvii. Dubarat, Missel, p. cvi. Dubarat, Missel, p. cxliii. Dubarat, Missel, p. clxv...
- 1991 legal thriller film directed by Martin Campbell and produced by Renée Missel and David Bombek. Lawyer T.K. represents Steven Seldes, who claims that...
- comedy film directed by Roger L. Simon and co-written by Simon and Renée Missel. High schooler Adam Swit (Raphael Sbarge) constantly daydreams about the...
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