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Mislead
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Mislead: To lead into a wrong way or path to lead astray to guide into error to cause to mistake to deceive. Trust not servants who mislead or misinform you. Bacon. To gi
Mobile exhibition
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Mobile exhibition: Traveling exhibit, exhibit that is being shown in various places
Mobile speed bump
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Mobile speed bump: Car traveling at the speed limit in order to slow down the cars behind by causing them to also drive at the speed limit
Motion sickness
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Motion Sickness: A condition in which a disagreement exists between visually perceived movement and the vestibular system s sense of movement. Dizziness, fatigue, and n
Mpg
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Mpg: Number of miles that can be travelled for each gallon of gas
Mula
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Mula: (Canadian & US Slang) money (e.g., "Jim took a lot of mula for his vacation but when he returned, he didnt have as much")
Navigating
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Navigating: Planning and directing the course of a naval vessel or aircraft steering travelling through or over (a body of water, etc.)
Near-legged
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Near-legged: Having the feet so near together that they interfere in traveling. Shak.
Night train
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Night train: Train which travels by night, train that is installed with sleeping bunks
Night-faring
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Night-faring: Going or traveling in the night. Gay.
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