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Macumba
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Macumba: Religious cult originating in Africa and practiced in Brazil (combines music, dancing and voodoo) Brazilian popular dance music
Macuser
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Macuser: Monthly American magazine intended for Macintosh computer users (contains information on new products, tips, reviews, recommendations, etc.)
Macworld
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Macworld: Monthly American magazine intended for Macintosh computer users (contains tips, product reviews, tutorials, advertisements, etc.)
MacWorld Expo
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MacWorld Expo: (Computers) large annual trade show for Macintosh computers software and related equipment (held in San Francisco and Boston USA)
Macy
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Macy: Female first name family name Rowland Hussey Macy (1823-1877), United States retailer and founder of the first Macys store in 1851 in Haverhill (Massachusetts, USA
Mad
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Mad: An earthworm. [Written also made.]
Mad about him
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Mad about him: Crazy about him, ga-ga over him, nuts about him
Mad as a hatter
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Mad as a hatter: Insane, totally crazy, demented, mad as a March hare
Mad cow disease
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Mad cow disease: (Bovine spongiform encephalopathy) fatal disease affecting the nervous system in cattle
Mad dog
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Mad dog: Dog that is infected with rabies dog that is misbehaving, dog that is aggressive and attacks people
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