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v. i.1.To sport or make diversion in a mask or disguise; to mask.
[imp. & p. p. Mummed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Mumming.]
With mumming and with masking all around.
- Spenser.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They said it was "elegant and well balanced" as well as "intense and reminiscent of honeycomb and nectarines" while the Mumm was "fine" with "soft bubbles" and tasted of apples and pears.
Maison Mumm's goal was to take champagne into space while maintaining its integrity - especting its aromas, the tasting ritual and the specifications of the AOC.
The CYCA acknowledges the contribution of its major sponsor, Rolex, and the many other supporters including JANUS et Cie, Mumm Champagne, Carlton and United Breweries (Stella Artois), MUSTO, Oatley Wines, Smartsheets, RMS, John Winning, and his business Appliances Online, and Moreton Hire.
"There's no doubt Pocock is a straight swap for him (Mumm).
The citing commissioner deemed the incident met the red card threshold in his review of the match and Mumm subsequently pleaded guilty to the charge of striking.
Mumm signature and eagle emblem are printed in gold directly on the glass.
Mumm is a digital platform through which customers can order home-cooked meals delivered to their doorstep.
As Mumm product manager Anne Koppelmann explains, "With the limited Mumm art edition, we are transporting the brand values to the point of sale.
They compliment our popular full-size equipment offerings quite nicely and provide a more affordable option to those who want to feel the rush of operating earth moving equipment," said Ed Mumm, Dig This' Owner and Founder.
Scott Sio and Dean Mumm are still there for Australia, Rory Best for Ireland and Jake Ball for Wales.