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Mat

A general term for Russian profanity. The use of mat is illegal in Russia, though this is only enforced sporadically. However, inadvertently using mat can make it more difficult (or at least awkward) to conduct business in Russian.
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"Walk-off mats remove most contaminants that would otherwise be tracked into buildings," explains the Minnesota Department of Health.
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The Bahr Al Noor prayer concept, as she calls it, has become a runaway hit among residents who have long been looking for mats that are out of the ordinary.
WEIGHT: While thin mats may be less expensive, they are easily displaced by the door, wheeled carts or just general foot traffic.