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MUD

A municipal utility district, which is a political subdivision that administers utility-related services, sometimes requiring the issue of special assessment bonds.

Mud

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to 100 liters. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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The fall collection of Muck Boots is available now for purchase at all major outdoor retailers and online at www.
It should be noted that, despite their offer to employee him, "The man who gave away the Beatles" also turned down Muck and the Mires.
failing to maintain the drain holes at the 2,400 level of the Stobie Mine, leading to the accumulation of water, creating wet muck which then hung up; and
According to local media, Muck is three months pregnant.
The main method of cleaning the lake involved dredges that literally sucked the muck from bottom and piped it to a 627-acre dumping location to the north.
Biodiesel - Burns cleaner and reduces emissions from machinery, trucks and muck cars;
Muck Comics is a 3D comic reader that uses Kiz Studios' proprietary technology, 3D MotionView.
The organisation claims to have photographic evidence showing how the muck is spilling into the Sutlej and Baspa rivers, in some places breaking the flood protection wall built along the river.
Colin MacEwan, whose fami ly have owned Muck since 1896, said: "He is in his 50s and is a surgeon.
AS a means of quitting the rat race for the simple life, the Isle of Muck it not without its challenges.
He explains the food chains, describes the wide variety of birds in different salt marshes, and describes all the marvels that are living in the mud and muck of a salt marsh.
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