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Muddle

Original name of MDL.
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The duchess said: "I don't read anything, it's much safer that way because, positive or negative, it can all sort of just feel like noise these days, as opposed to getting muddled with that to focus on the real cause.
Neither do we want that the investigation be muddled by the spreading unfounded rumors and malicious insinuations,' Utleg said in a statement.
So, one day, a wicked witch told her to find a less academic school and held her back a year and told her that people like her would never understand tricky letters that kept getting muddled up.
At least, I think he got good feel muddled up with feelgood.
Zen Master: Made with cucumber and fresh lemon muddled with Stoli Razberi and topped with Sprite, this drink "will put you on the path to enlightenment as he captures your mind, body and spirit," the restaurant says.
Yes, it does send a muddled message to our youngsters.
1 : to be or cause to be confused or bewildered He was muddled by too much advice.
Summary: $ DollarEoe1/4aos Future Muddled By Financial Crisis, Expected Fed Cuts, NFPs EoCUu Euro Forecast Against the US Dollar to Depend on ECB, US Bailout [euro]oAN Japanese Yen...
They included husbands and wives who got muddled up with the new system and signed each other's postal votes.
Let's assess: In 2004, Democrats could be described as muddled critics of the Iraq War who believed the federal government should do more to protect against the vagaries of the global economy while taking a permissive attitude toward social behavior.
He s got considerably less to do in this muddled movie, which never seems clear which Holocaust story it wants to tell and thus tries to tell all of them.