musit

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musit

(ˈmjuːzɪt)
n
a hole or gap in a fence or hedge through which animals pass
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Musit UK: The promotion of creative music making via the internet and/or e-mail for people regardless of their experience of music or technology.
Dream republics of another sort are found in the carbon clouds and fossil beds of Baudelaire's Paris, Joyce's Dublin, Svevo's Trieste, Musit's Vienna, Doblin's Berlin and Bely's Petersburg, as they are archeologized in the Buenos Aires of Borges and Cortazar, the Havana of Cabrera Infinite and the Mexico City of Fuentes--The city as cinema, starring change, greed, gossip, jazz, quake, zoom, dissolving into multitude, solitude, trajectory and vertigo.
1470-15 10', Early Musit History, ix (I 990), 175-249, at p.
[3] Mittelstadt, B., Paul, H., Kazanzides, P., Zuhars, J., Williamson, B., Pettitt, R., Cain, P., Kloth, D., Rose, L., and Musits, B., 1993.