Did you perhaps mean miles?
- From the surname of the procedure's inventor, John Mules. (Wiktionary)
“He had the wit to pimp for asses and mares, animals of different species, that they might copulate for the generation of a third, which we call mules, more strong and fit for hard service than the other two.”
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“A very interesting excursion, however, and one which can be accomplished all the way on mules, is to the Ponte dello Schios on Monte Vederne, a small wooded mountain bordering the west bank of the Cismone, about three miles below Primiero.”
“I borrowed some mules from the Land Transport Corps – mine were knocked up by yesterday's work – and loading them with good things, started off with my partner and some other friends early on that memorable Sunday morning for Cathcart's Hill.”
“The creature on being mounted instantly set off at that rapid walk which I have so often admired in Spanish mules, and which no horse can emulate.”
“Chinese authorities arrest iPad-smuggling 'mules' - Computerworld”
“Criminals using bank Trojan horses typically grab the money and transfer it from a victim's account to various "mules" -- people who take a cut for themselves and transfer the rest of the money overseas, often in the form of goods shipped to foreign addresses.”
“The arrests came about as part of Operation Airbridge, a joint UK-Jamaican collaboration to catch drugs couriers - known as "mules" - before they board planes from Jamaica.”
“In this way the government hopes to stimulate the movement of dollars into banking channels, while continuing to penalize dollars that come into the country in a personal way, in many cases brought in by so-called "mules.”
“And they can load their so-called mules with drugs to deliver them personally in the United States.”
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