muddie

muddie

(games)
Synonym mudhead. More common in Great Britain, possibly because system administrators there like to mutter "bloody muddies" when annoyed at the species.
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After a series of tough auditions, Ben Prince, Sam Hargreaves, Rebecca Stafford, Daniel Parry, Pamela Edwards and Kara Louise Muddie won the chance to perform on stage with the world famous Australian tap dance crew Tap Dogs.
Death dirties and stains, it muddies your summer shoe, it captures your
I think that fact muddies peoples' opinions of him, forgetting how old he really is.
That muddies the waters," says Gary Pavela, a professor at the University of Maryland and expert on higher education law.
But here, physical participation by the artist muddies the drawings' strongest quality--their inescapably disembodied meditation on, and mediation of, the mundane requirements of life.
It also muddies his basic point, which is that we have lost something important with the transition from thoughtful Reston-style journalism to the shout culture of the news business today.
The move has enraged the pro-lobby, which says the action merely muddies the waters ahead of the forthcoming public debate on GM technology.
Yet the 600-page proposal seriously muddies that question.
But Wasserstein's writing here does nothing to bring real life into sharper focus; it muddies it with cliches.
At times the use of critical terminology muddies communication and generates contorted or indecipherable passages (9, 11,260, 310).
Esposito articulates gently and in detail how the application of such Christian categories as "fundamentalism" to Islam muddies understanding, how Communism has been replaced by Islam in the eyes of some as the West's principal enemy, and how Islam relates to contemporary Arab regimes and to democracy.