Some articles on mee:
... The general tone of the narrative of "To Mee Navhech" means is rather sarcastic.Playwright Atre wanted the name "Mee To Navhech" but then Director Ranganekar went ahead with "To Mee Navhech" leaving Atre ...
... To Mee Navhech (Translated as That's not me, (Marathi तो मी नव्हेच)) is a classic Marathi Play written by Acharya Atre ... To Mee Navech is probably the first play in the world where the same actor has to do five completely different roles, not to merely add to novelty value ... To Mee Navhech was also among the first Marathi plays to make use of the Revolving Stage (फिरता रंगमंच) between two scenes ...
... oysters (蚝煎), fish ball noodles (鱼圆面), Bak chor mee(肉碎面), wonton noodles (云吞面), Chinese and Malay style of apam balik (面煎糕), ngo hiang (五香), Hakka mee ... in Muar and Batu Pahat), Asam Pedas, Mee Bandung, Mee Rebus, Mee Racun and Roti Canai ...
... Steven Mee (born 6 April 1965) was an English cricketer ... Mee, who played with Nottinghamshire Second XI between 1983 and 1984, made a single first-class appearance for the side, against Cambridge University in 1984 ... Mee took two wickets in the match but did not bat ...
Famous quotes containing the word mee:
“Yet, love and hate mee too,
So, these extreames shall neithers office doe;
Love mee, that I may die the gentler way;
Hate mee, because thy love is too great for mee;”
—John Donne (15721631)
“Mie love ys dedde,
Gon to hys death-bedde,
Al under the wyllowe tree.
Waterre wytches, crownede wythe reytes,
Bere mee to yer leathalle tyde.
I die; I comme; mie true love waytes.
Thos the damselle spake, and dyed.”
—Thomas Chatterton (17521770)
“I am hurt but I am not slaine;
Ile lay mee downe and bleed a-while
And then Ile rise and ffight againe.”
—Unknown. Sir Andrew Barton. . .
English and Scottish Ballads (The Poetry Bookshelf)