Mere may refer to:
- Mere (lake), a lake that is broad in relation to its depth
- Mere (weapon), a Māori war club
- Mere (album), an album by Norwegian rock band deLillos
- Ain-Ervin Mere (1903–1969), Estonian war criminal
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... Aqualate Mere is the largest natural lake in the English Midlands and is managed as a National Nature Reserve (NNR) by Natural England ... The Mere lies within the borough of Stafford in Staffordshire, England, some 2 km east of the market town of Newport, Shropshire ... Although large in extent (1.5 km long and 0.5 km wide), the Mere is remarkably shallow and is nowhere much more than one metre deep ...
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Famous quotes containing the word mere:
“Doesnt all experience crumble in the end to mere literary material?”
—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)
“Perhaps I am doomed to retrace my steps under the illusion that I am exploring, doomed to try and learn what I should simply recognize, learning a mere fraction of what I have forgotten.”
—André Breton (18961966)
“The Nature of Familiar Letters, written, as it were, to the Moment, while the Heart is agitated by Hopes and Fears, on Events undecided, must plead an Excuse for the Bulk of a Collection of this Kind. Mere Facts and Characters might be comprised in a much smaller Compass: But, would they be equally interesting?”
—Samuel Richardson (16891761)