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mun.

1. municipal.
2. municipality.
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we mun get him out here--we mun get him watchin' an listenin' an' sniffin' up th' air an' get him just soaked through wi' sunshine.
"Aye, that we mun," she said (which meant "Yes, indeed, we must").
"Tha' mun talk a bit o' Yorkshire like that to Mester Colin," Dickon chuckled.
'It's Maister Linton I mun spake to,' he answered, waving me disdainfully aside.
Hathecliff maks noa 'count o' t' mother, nor ye norther; but he'll heu' his lad; und I mun tak' him - soa now ye knaw!'
that I weel;' at the same time, he bent down from the saddle, and gave Nicholas's fist a huge wrench: 'but wa'at be the matther wi' thy feace, mun? it be all brokken loike.'
'Dean't be afeard, mun,' he said; 'tak' eneaf to carry thee whoam.
'Tak' that bit o' timber to help thee on wi', mun,' he added, pressing his stick on Nicholas, and giving his hand another squeeze;
So, I mun be ridden o' this woman, and I want t' know how?'
I hain't hearn 'bout none un um, skasely, but ole King Soller- mun, onless you counts dem kings dat's in a pack er k'yards.
I'n been wi' you twenty year, an' you can't get twenty year wi' whistlin' for 'em, no more nor you can make the trees grow: you mun wait till God A'mighty sends 'em.
"Folks mun ha' hoss-shoes, praichin' or no praichin': the divil canna lay hould o' me for that," he muttered to himself.