Waters Muddy

Wa·ters

 (wô′tərz, wŏt′ərz), Muddy Originally McKinley Morganfield. 1915-1983.
American blues musician whose band shaped the hard-edged, electric Chicago blues sound of the 1950s and greatly influenced British and American popular music. His noted songs include "Mannish Boy" and "Trouble No More" (both 1955).
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The order, issued on September 18, was made after a deluge of social media criticisms that the beach is public property and that landfilling turns its clear waters muddy.
"China would rather have the waters muddy, because they can say 'You do it.
When waters muddy up, bass generally do two things: One, they hunker down and show less movement.