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mucker

[′mək·ər]
(mining engineering)
A worker who loads broken mineral into trams or pushes them from stope chute to shaft. Also known as groundman.
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After Neil Warnock mugged off QPR fans by treating a Carling Cup tie with contempt last week, his old mucker Gary Megson was at it on Tuesday.
Falco, a "street-level mucker," is tough and funny.
With the sacking of Jack Straw, Blair is almost certainly paving the way for military action against Iran when he can't even sort out the fiasco he and his mucker George 'dubya' have created in Iraq.
Murray believes Barrie has not been able to stick in the NHL because he is a scorer always miscast as a mucker on the gritty fourth line.
LOS ANGELES, May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mucker Capital announced today that it is holding its annual MuckerCon on May 19th, an invite-only event for media and investors that will feature panel discussions with leading entrepreneurs, executives, and experts about some of the hottest topics in tech.
And what's his old mucker Sharon going to do about it?
Eight members of the 10-strong team completed the gruelling 20-mile course and two completed the Half Mucker - a 13-mile course with 150 obstacles.
Chucker and Mucker are played by Katharine Markwick and Susanna Hislop, two talented comedic actors and rising stars with backgrounds in physical theatre, clowning and comedy, who have brought work to the EdFringe with great success since 2007.
Margarete Mucker, vice president of remote services at Star One Credit Union, said, 'As the Silicon Valley's largest, member-owned financial institution, Star One prides itself in offering valuable, progressive financial solutions, and a consistent user experience to its members.
uShare was the perfect way to learn about how other financial institutions are using uMonitor solutions, as well as the challenges they face and the best practices they have developed," said Margarete Mucker, vice president of remote services at $4.