Mucic


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Mu´cic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, gums and micilaginous substances; specif., denoting an acid obtained by the oxidation of gums, dulcite, etc., as a white crystalline substance isomeric with saccharic acid.
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As for SAP's investment in the MENA region, Mucic said that
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The Trial Chamber ruled that Mucic had de jure effective control over the guards.
Can anyone dare visualize mucic, and on top of that, Bach?
But the series actually did more than that; it opened my ears to other types of mucic - from world to jazz to electronic (we're talking Stockhausen here, not dance music).
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Madden's movie, which took the audience award at the last Sundance Festival, is the story of a competition to select the saddest mucic known to man.
MUCIC (Massey University Cetacean Investigation Centre).
The growing popularity of VCD-players in Indonesia has led to the growth of the VCD software industry, which produces film and mucic discs for home entertainment purposes.
include ascorbic acid, dehydroascorbic acid, gallic acid, ellagic acid, mucic acid, citric acid, reducing sugars, and tannin (Shrivastava & Shrivastava, 1964; Soman & Pillay, 1962).