Muset

Mu´set


n.1.A small hole or gap through which a wild animal passes; a muse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Isidore Muset, gendarme, deposes that he was called to the house about three o'clock in the morning, and found some twenty or thirty persons at the gateway, endeavoring to gain admittance.
(7.) Gagliostro GA, Rodriguez A, Pellegrini PA, Gatti P, Muset G, Castaneda RA, Colombo D, Chilliard Y.
High modality was predominant, with frequent use of words such as muset (must) or povinen (obliged to) (Table 5).
KARACHI -- Five ships C.V CMA CGM Muset, C.V MSC Damla, M.T N Shalamar, M.T Prosperity and M.V Gloden wish carrying containers, furnace oil, palm oil and seeds were arranged berthing at Qasim International Container Terminal, FOTCO Oil Terminal, Liquid Cargo Terminal and Grain and Fertilizer Terminal respectively on Monday.
Francesc Alameda, MD, PhD; Leia Garrote, MD; Sergi Mojal, PhD; Carlos Sousa, MSc; Merce Muset, PhD; Belen LLoveras, MD, PhD; Beatriz Bellosillo, PhD; Concecao Saldanha, PhD; Ramon Carreras, MD, PhD; Sergi Serrano, MD, PhD
As well, he was very conscious of the influence of the Spanish priest-musician, Father Joseph Muset who spent the war years at Manly while unable to return to his native Spain.
S nastupem agresivnich VNSAs se toto dramaticky meni; jestlize ti povazuji stat za korist, tak ten se bude muset zacit rozhodne branit.
Eccles The Performance Measurement Manifesto [11], ve kterem konstatoval, ze rada manazeru zmenila ci bude muset zmenit system k mereni vykonnosti jejich podniku, protoze nove pozadavky konkurencniho prostredi vyzaduji zmenu i v mereni a rizeni vykonnosti.
Instead, when he was taken by ambulance to Heartlands Hospital on October 8, 2008, by his father Nasserulddin Muset, after a 36-hour-long bout of vomiting, he was left without proper medical attention for up to six hours.