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“TOKYO — Rescuers in Japan dug through mud-caked debris and searched the banks of swollen rivers Monday for those missing in a powerful typhoon that left at least 25 people dead, the latest disaster for a country still recovering from a calamitous tsunami six months ago.”
“Hundreds of troops joined state and local authorities to continue combing the mud-caked rubble left in the wake of this week's rain and mudslides.”
“A few minutes later, a battered, mud-caked Land Cruiser pulls up outside the pink stucco walls of the Ayer's Rock Resort.”
“Counselor Stephen D. McCullough said the calls were at four times their normal volume, and ranged from people still in shock to a woman who has just one set of clothes that now are mud-caked and studded with glass and debris.”
“- Javier Campos returned to his neighborhood for the first time in nearly a month Monday to find the serene little enclave of fishing camps and homes a putrid, mud-caked mess after the historic flooding of the Mississippi River.”
“The previous day's pre-winter storm also turned anything that was not paved into a mud-caked quagmire.”
“Now I picture mud-caked filthy kids being dunked into steaming hot baths of Mr. Bubble by their parents once a month.”
“For all her earthiness—Camilla still loved to “muck around” the gardens at Highgrove in her mud-caked Wellingtons—the Duchess of Cornwall had proven herself a skilled courtesan who, for obvious reasons, viewed other women warily.”
“The water had receded by Friday evening, but the mud-caked road will remain closed through Saturday as emergency crews work to clear all the stranded cars.”
“Until weeks later when her boyfriend, a mud-caked, bloody Kurt Russell, finds her body buried in a duffel bag," she explained.”
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