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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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MUSE is a twisted, haunted fairytale based on an Irish legend that explores the thin line between passion and obsession.
Often, creativity is tied to emotions, and so when a muse is a person, it is assumed that person is the artist's lover.
Tsai and Chen, representing Focus Architects and Associates, were among a number of Taiwanese designers that received awards at this year's MUSE design competition.
Project MUSE is pleased to offer libraries a new channel for purchasing books on our platform via an established service provider with whom we share many mutual customers, said Wendy Queen, Director of Project MUSE.
Sharon Cuneta may not be the youngest of the muses that paraded in the opening ceremony of the 44th PBA Season, but the 'Megastar' can transcend her superstardom into any spectrum.
Most notable of the pack is former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach and Megastar Sharon Cuneta who will serve as muses for the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings and Magnolia Hotshots, respectively.
NorthPort Batang Pier will have 2018 Mutya ng Pilipinas-Tourism winner Aya Fernandez, ironically the best muse during the PBA-supported Metro League and winning the Dreamgirl of the Year International in Malaysia.
Each month, Muse Illuminate subscribers will receive a New York Times bestselling personal development book, workbooks, activity sheets and three to five unique "bookish" items.
The Muse is a New York City-based online career source founded in 2011 by Kathryn Minshew, Alexandra Cavoulacos, and Melissa McCreery.
The barrel and Muse's decomposing body were found months later after Bush spoke to police while under arrest on another charge.
Speaking to DVB, Kyaw Zin, the chief of police in Muse Township, said: 'Hospitals currently provide medical treatment to everyone indiscriminately.
With even the invitation being poetic, it will be interesting to see which and how poets in Nairobi rise to this call: 'Come booze your muse. Come booze as you ride your muse.