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Muddle

Original name of MDL.
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Place mint leaves, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in cocktail shaker and muddle together till they're all mush.
Muddle Class promises to feature a wealth of new material about Jason growing up 'working class' then finding, over the years, that part of him has become 'middle class'.
you sometimes get your letters in a little bit of a muddle.
RUM: SHAKE, MUDDLE, STIR By Dan Jones; illustrated by Daniel Servansky Hardie Grant, September 2017 $16.99
Agent Adam Muddle reportedly (https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/3035809/paul-burrell-reveals-he-had-gay-orgy-on-royal-yacht-britannia-and-the-queen-knew-about-it-then-told-him-to-find-a-nice-girl-and-get-married/) told The Sun newspaper Tuesday that Paul Burrell was involved in the act on the Royal Yacht Britannia with members of the British navy in 1981, leading to a severe dressing down from the queen.
The most interesting theme repeated throughout is the importance of "muddling through." Rather than avoiding foreign-policy ramifications, to muddle through, as the author defines, means that the president and his advisors carefully consider each action and work to a positive resolution through incremental steps.
And then you asked "What sort of order should we cling to so that when we get into a muddle we do not go mad?" It seems to me that the "rules" of the game is only another name for that sort of order.
What could have been a fun thriller instead settles for being a maudlin muddle of lost love with frequently laughable dialogue.