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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.
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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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RIDING ON: Brummies skipper Danny King and, inset, the tribute to Pepsi he carries on his mudguard.
Of all the bikes in the world to merit mudguards, you'd think it would be mountain bikes.
A mudguard or water deflector on the landing gear was blamed by official investigators.
And with the rotation of the wheel, the mudguard grated on the tyre with an alarming rasp.
Based on the existing Bonneville T100, the bike has a shortened rear mudguard, as well as blacked-out wheel rims, handlebars and rear suspension springs.
The first edition of the publication told readers: "A good magazine of our own would be a great help to the battalion and I hope that the Mudguard will take so well that the committee will soon be able to publish it once a fortnight."
It is marked with Plant no 874 welded to the mudguard and should have KPH Plant Hire welded on the side, although this may have now been altered.
An inquest last month heard how she lost control of her machine after an Oxford Products tail bag worked lose and jammed between Jenny's's rear wheel and mudguard.
"Labour has no interest in being any other party's mudguard or booster system," he said.
The vehicle features a small CBS decal on the front mudguard, a fuel gauge, a few cosmetic additions, two new colours, an upside-down telescopic fork and a hydraulic monoshock for suspension.
Next moment Olivia was sent flying as a mudguard hit her.
The jury was also shown a rear mudguard removed from Mr Tobin's motorbike which had a hole in it slightly larger than 7.5mm.