MARY had a little lamb And on a field one day, The football team, short-handed, Asked the lamb to play.
What does MHALL stand for?
MHALL stands for Mary Had A Little Lamb (password generating example)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Menstrual Hygiene Alliance of India
- Mental Health America of Illinois (est. 1909)
- Mental Health Association of Ireland
- Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration (Namibia)
- Mental Health Association of Illinois Valley
- Mars Hill Audio Journal (audio magazine)
- Marches Housing Association Limited (UK)
- Mental Health Association In Louisiana
- Mid Hudson Athletic League
- Modem Hardware Abstraction Layer
- Manufactured Housing Association of Maine
- Margaret Harwell Art Museum (Poplar Bluff, MO)
- Matias H Aznar Memorial (College of Medicine in Cebu, Philippines)
- Mental Health Association of Maryland (est. 1915; Baltimore, MD)
- Mental Health Association of Minnesota (est. 1939)
- Multiple Hamartoma Syndrome
- Mental Health Association in Marion County (United Way; Indianapolis, IN)
- Mental Health Association of Montgomery County (Rockville, MD)
- Master of Historical Administration and Museum Studies (degree, University of Kansas)
- Mental Health and Aging Network (American Society on Aging; San Francisco, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1:31), Bom Bom Biddy (2:15), The Baby in the Cradle (0:59), One Little Hanukah Candle (1:15), Five Little Tulips Bulbs (1:13), Here's a Little Bird (1:19), I Saw Five Fish (2:32), One Potato, Two Potato (1:19), You're a Poet (2:17), I've Got Peace In My Fingers (1:38), I Have a Dream (2:00), When I Only Have a Minute (1:00), Mary Had a Little Lamb (3:21), Shortenin' Bread (2:14), Miss Lucy Had a Baby (1:54), Home on the Range (4:25), Before You Were Born (3:22), Shalom Chaverim (2:44).
They claim Mary Had a Little Lamb was penned by poet and publisher Sarah Josepha Hale, and have scoffed at the suggestion it was written by a child.
Pangram (all letters): WW Feb 1989 Mary had a little lamb with fleece extremely white; Instead of grazing all alone the lamb kept her in sight.