Definitions

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  • n. The chemical symbol for muonium (anti-muon–electron pair pseudo-element; not the muon–anti-muon onium pair (muononium))
  • proper n. A hypothetical continent that allegedly existed in the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean.
  • n. μ (a mu particle)

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Examples

  • Thus he calls Mu'awiya, the founder of the Umayyad Dynasty in Syria, the "fourth caliph," when in fact that office was held by 'Ali, the Prophet's son-in-law.

    Treasures on Trial

  • Jackson remembered the name Mu-oz, but couldn't remember where from.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • Mu is Chinese/Japanese for woof and show up in Zen Koan’s

    Bringing Science into the Churches - The Panda's Thumb

  • On Alibaba Group's intranet, Mr. Lu is known by the nickname Tie Mu Zhen, taken from a character based on Genghis Khan in the novel "The Legend of the Condor Heroes," part of a Chinese martial-arts book series that is a favorite of Mr. Ma.

    Alibaba.com Returns to Its Roots With New CEO

  • "I do welcome this attitude from Baidu, which I think is the most sincerity they've shown in recent years," said Mr. Hao, also known by his pen name Mu Rong Xue Cun, who says that his works have been downloaded more than 200,000 times on Baidu Library.

    Baidu Takes Authors' Fire

  • The company hires people who have attended the best schools in India or the U.S. and puts them through a three-month training program called Mu Sigma University that teaches the basics of consulting, applied math, data modeling and statistics.

    Mu Sigma Lands Big Money for Big Data

  • The theological school known as Mu'tazilism emphasized God's all-goodness and argued that since God is All-Good, God cannot be the source of evil.

    Sherman A. Jackson: The Problem of Suffering: Muslim Theological Reflections

  • Kermán_sh_áh, Persia and was given the name Mu’ayyad (meaning ‘confirmed’) by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.

    Arohanui: Letters from Shoghi Effendi to New Zealand

  • As mentioned above, this conclusion has been compared to the view of those contemporary theologians referred to as Mu˜tazilites.

    Al-Kindi

  • Death of Wasil ibn Ata, religious scholar and founder of the school of theology known as the Mu’tazila.

    684-85

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