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Anne-Sophie. born 1963, German violinist


To quietly enter a command not meant for the ears, eyes, or fingers of ordinary mortals. Often used in "mutter an incantation".

See also wizard.
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Mutterer, Sources of Variance in Behavioral Measures of Honesty in Temptation Situations: Methodological Analyses, 1 Developmental Psychol.
Mutterer, Paris, Champion (visite du jardin botanique de Padoue le 27 septembre 1786, et lettre a Herder du 17 mai 1787), 1931.