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mutine

(ˈmjuːtɪn)
n
a rebel; mutineera rebellion; mutiny
adj
rebellious; mutinous
vb
to (incite to) revolt
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Jiang, "Mutine: a mutable virtual network embedding with game-theoretic stochastic routing," in Proceedings of the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), pp.
When handleless, more cookware can also fit in the oven and in the drawer, as well as in the dishwasher, which is "designed for dishes, not cookware." Eleven pieces of Mutine cookware can fit in the dishwasher, he said, versus three pieces with fixed handles.
(66) Esta esquadra era composta por L'Agreable, La Mutine, L'Aurore e Le Saint Louis, comandada por Robeck, barao de Pallieres, aspirante em 1666, tenente em 1673 e capitao em 1677.
La justice aussi se mutine contre le president de la Republique.
From those who came by the Le Chameau and La Mutine, ten have died.
One of three Khalid Abdullah fillies among the quintet, the daughter of Dansili was the pick in the paddock and on the pari-mutuel, and duly beat La Mutine and Laurel Canyon over 1m in a race for newcomers.
L'eau du fleuve forme une espece de plancher liquide; il n'est pas de flot, si mutine qu'il soit, a quelque hauteur qu'il s'eleve, dont la puissante gerbe ne s'efface sous la masse des eaux, plus forte par la rapidite de son cours que les rebellions des gouffres qui marchent avec elle.
(Turin, 1968-74); Statuta civitatis Mutine anno 1327 reformata (Parma, 1864); Gli statuti del comune di Torino del 1360, ed.
Caption: Cristel: The Mutine range combines all of the advantages of the Cristel detachable handle system, but features handles in nine colors to match most consumer tastes.