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  • Yesterday's junky dinner was jhaal mudi, a Bengali style bhel, where mustard oil adds a whole new zing.

    General stuff and junky dinners

  • Nyatshinovhea: Tshi no vhea mudi ndi khana mapfufha a fhaladza mudi (Nyatshinovhela: The glue that holds a family together is the chest, talking with outsiders only breeds incoherence)

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  • Funguvhu le thilaiwi la fhira mudi lo kovhela: The crow did not heed advice against moving about at night, and as a result, flew past its home after dark.

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  • * Funguvhu le thilaiwi la fhira mudi lo kovhela: The crow did not heed advice against moving about at night, and as a result, flew past its home after dark.

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  • Roger had never been mudi of a rider, and if this young stallion was as spirited and strong as he appeared, the young man might be finding getting out of bed each morning a bit of a trial.

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  • -- (From the Dravidian roots _mudi_, old, and _racha_, a king, or from Mutu Raja, a sovereign of some part of the Telugu country.) [472] A caste which is numerous in Hyderabad and Madras, and of which a few persons are found in the

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India—Volume I (of IV)

  • Filem ini mengisahkan usaha seorang Ustaz untuk membina sebuah surau untuk membawa golongan muda-mudi yang sesat ke jalan yang diredhai Allah.

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  • Aku ketemu dengan Moon dalam satu temasha muda-mudi.

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  • (Ranwedzi: The new moon glows for those far off whilst darkness greets us here) * Tshakule: Tshakule tshi wanwa nga muhovhi (Also a proverb) (Tshakule: the one who harvests from afar) * Nyasivhavhone: Mano u seya mbilu dzavho dzi panda mahe (Nyasivhavhone: do not be comforted by the teeth that grin for you, for you do not know what's hidden away in the heart) * Nyatshinovhea: Tshi no vhea mudi ndi khana mapfufha a fhaladza mudi

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  • When an author prints for himself, doubt* less he can choose what printer he pleases j when he sells the copy, the printer is at tlie option of the bookseller; and here he can do no more than recommend his friend; which is as mudi as you, or smy otlrer reasonable man, can desire.

    Literary anecdotes of the eighteenth century; comprizing biographical memoirs of William Bowyer, printer, F. S. A.

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  • Well he was a weasel, anyway. Good doggies!

    February 21, 2007

  • Hm. Well, if they did their job right, you shouldn't have to explain anything to the landlord! *smiling hopefully*

    February 21, 2007

  • I did. They went straight for the landlord.

    February 21, 2007

  • U, did you try letting them out to kill some weasels?

    This book has some of the worst writing I've ever seen it it. It's far more entertaining than the actual dog breeds.

    February 21, 2007

  • I hate it when that happens.

    February 21, 2007

  • I ran into some trouble in my no-pets-allowed apartment when a couple of these suckers formed spontaneously in my living room. What was I supposed to tell the landlord?

    February 21, 2007

  • A dog breed "formed spontaneously." "It is noted in Hungary for the multiplicity of its uses: sheepdog (also cow herder), guard dog, hunter of wild animals, killer of mice and weasels," also a good companion dog. (Simon & Schuster Guide to Dogs, 1980)

    February 21, 2007