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MUG

(Macintosh User Group) There are many Macintosh user groups throughout the world. For helpful information and many resources, visit www.mugcenter.com. See user group.
References in classic literature ?
Den deh mug he squared off an' said he was fine as silk wid his dukes
"Together, ma'am," and Ben gulped down half of his new mug at one gulp.
'Just fill that mug up with lukewarm water, William, will you?'
Jones no sooner heard the proposal than, immediately agreeing with the learned serjeant, he ordered a bowl, or rather a large mug, filled with the liquor used on these occasions, to be brought in, and then began the ceremony himself.
"Sir John's health!" said Smilash, touching the mug as before.
The mug was worn and dented: above the twined initials, G.L., was the crest of a footless bird and the motto: " Wayte awhyle--wayte awhyle."
The tall girls went out and returned presently, each bearing a tray, with portions of something, I knew not what, arranged thereon, and a pitcher of water and mug in the middle of each tray.
Pumblechook and I breakfasted at eight o'clock in the parlour behind the shop, while the shopman took his mug of tea and hunch of bread-and-butter on a sack of peas in the front premises.
There’s the glasses on the table there, and the mug that the doctor was taking his cider and ginger in, before the fire here— just put them in the bar, will ye?
Then I got to go to a picture garage an' get my mug taken for the Niles Electric rogues' gallery.
Each new boy was placed on the table in turn, and made to sing a solo, under the penalty of drinking a large mug of salt and water if he resisted or broke down.
When it ceased, as abruptly as it had started, the be-spectacled, dingy little man who faced Ossipon behind a heavy glass mug full of beer emitted calmly what had the sound of a general proposition.