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Mens gymnastics
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Mens gymnastics: Gymnastics for men, mens sport comprised of exercises requiring great strength and balance
Microdot
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Microdot: Tiny photograph that is reduced to the size of a dot for the purposes of easy transport or security dose of LSD in a very small tablet (Informal)
Middleweight
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Middleweight: Person of average weight contestant in boxing or another sport who participates in the average weight division
Mimicry
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Mimicry: The act or practice of one who mimics ludicrous imitation for sport or ridicule. (Biol.) Protective resemblance the resemblance which certain animals and plants
Minor sport
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Minor sport: Secondary sport, sport which is not of primary importance
Mistransport
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Mistransport: To carry away or mislead wrongfully, as by passion. [Obs.] Bp. Hall.
Motocross
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Motocross: Cross-country motorcycle race sport of racing motorcycles through rough fields with steep hills or wet or muddy areas
Mountain climbers
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Mountain climbers: People who deal with the sport of climbing cliffs
Mousle
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Mousle: To sport with roughly to rumple. [Written also mouzle.] [Obs.] Wycherley.
Muay Thai
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Muay Thai: Thai boxing, martial art in which the competitors wear no shirts nor shoes and which permits hits with the elbows and knees and feet (national sport of Thaila
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