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munt

(mʊnt)
n
(Peoples) slang derogatory South African and Zimbabwean a Black African
[from Zulu umuntu person]
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Munt had her own method of interpreting her nieces.
Munt, admitting into her kindly voice a note of exasperation.
Munt, "and very wonderful girls, and in many ways far older than your years.
Munt, fearing that she was losing the point of some brilliant remark.
Munt, though she took a second-class ticket, was put by the guard into a first (only two seconds on the train, one smoking and the other babies--one cannot be expected to travel with babies); and that Margaret, on her return to Wickham Place, was confronted with the following telegram:
Ms Munt said: "This shows this policy is nothing more than a cynical attempt by an increasingly desperate Tory party to bribe the electorate.
Dave Munt of Billingham with his match winning barbel of 9lb 2oz from the River Tees
Munt, 55, who has managed golf courses including Wentworth and Royal Dornoch, has accused the golf industry of turning a blind eye to the accusations.
David Munt Co-founder and Managing Director, Europe The GenSight Group
Students Bethan Munt and Laura Curwen and teacher Fiona Cowling, from Radyr Comprehensive School, met with students and teachers from seven Asian countries as part of an international school-linking scheme.
Paul Munt ' ' What terrible news - and none the easier for Sir Clement's frequent warnings
James Cecil Blagburn, William Allen, Dennis Brown, Leonard Cyril Cotton, William Henry Munt, James Leonard Porter and Charles James Towers perished protecting others but because they were civilians, they were never commemorated, until now.