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Mur

 (mo͝or) also Mu·ra (mo͝or′ə)
A river, about 470 km (290 mi) long, of south-central Austria, northeast Slovenia, and northern Croatia, where it flows into the Drava River.
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mura

(ˈmʊərə)
n
(Historical Terms) a Japanese village, esp (during the Edo period) one which is self-governing and taxed as a unit
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This study aims to provide new data on the morphology and ecology of sichel from the Mur River, and its distribution in Croatia and Slovenia.
Furthermore, the sichel was observed in the Mur River, the tributary of the Danube River, as a very rare and sporadic species (Mrakovcic et al., 2006).
The sichel specimens from the Mur River consisted of 11 males and 3 females belonging to the age groups from 3+ to 7+, with the majority of individuals in the 4+ age group.
(ADPnews) - Oct 20, 2009 - Austrian utility Verbund (WBAG:VER) said Tuesday it planned to invest EUR 65 million (USD 97.3m) in the modernisation of the Pernegg hydropower plant on the Mur River in the province of Styria.
Not unlike modern-day hippies, Jakob and Anatol become fast friends and spend many happy hours philosophizing, drinking wine, and fishing together in the Mur River. The book's conclusion hints at a brighter future for Anatol, as he and Jakob set off together on a train headed south.
It froze expenditure on projects on the Salzach and Mur rivers and in wind energy.