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Mods

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In Oxford a contracted form of moderations. The three necessary examinations in Oxford are the Smalls, the Mods, and the Greats. No one can take a class till he has passed the Mods. There are no Mods at Cambridge.

“While I was reading for Mods I was not so unsettled in my mind.”-Grant Allen: The Backslider, part iii.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Moat
Mob
Mob-cap (A)
Mobilise
Mock-beggar Hall or Manor
Mockery
Modality
Modish (Lady Betty)
Modo
Modred
Mods
Modus Operandi (Latin)
Modus Vivendi (A)
Mofussil (East Indies)
Mogul Cards
Mohadi [Mohammed]
Mohair
Mohakabad (Al)
Mohocks
Mohun
Mohyronus (Edricius)

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