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Moulding
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Moulding: Process of forming something in a mold that which has been molded patterned edging, strip of material that is used as trim (also molding)
Mundane affairs
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Mundane affairs: Material concerns, everyday matters, commonplace issues
Mungo
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Mungo: A fibrous material obtained by deviling rags or the remnants of woolen goods. Note: Mungo properly signifies the disintegrated rags of woolen cloth, as distinguish
Murrhine
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Murrhine: Made of the stone or material called by the Romans murrha applied to certain costly vases of great beauty and delicacy used by the luxurious in Rome as wine cup
Muscle
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Muscle: (Anat.) (a) An organ which, by its contraction, produces motion. See Illust. of Muscles of the Human Body, in Appendix. (b) The contractile tissue of which muscle
Mutilate
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Mutilate: To cut off or remove a limb or essential part of to maim to cripple to hack as, to mutilate the body, a statue, etc. 6. To destroy or remove a material part of
Myolin
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Myolin: The essential material of muscle fibers.
Necessity
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Necessity: The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite inevitableness indispensableness. The condition of being needy or necessitous pre
Nonabsorbent
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Nonabsorbent: Material that does not absorb, that which is not absorbent
Nuclear fallout
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Nuclear fallout: Particles charged with radio-active material that was formed as a result of a nuclear explosion
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