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  • After all, one of the first specialty cakes was invented before the American Revolution and was dubbed Muster Cake, because it was served to farmers called by the English for military training mustering.

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  • This strong sense of pride is embodied within all Aggies and is rooted in traditions such as Aggie Muster, which is more than 100 years old and spans the globe.

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  • Aggie mama's we must softly call the Muster time to introduce your little one to a time honored tradition we Aggies call Muster.

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  • Here was "Muster" Hill, the farmer he had worked for these seventeen years, dying of a sudden, with a carbuncle on the neck, and the farm to be given up at Michaelmas.

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  • Earlier variants of "Muster" drop encoded copies of main backdoor components in filenames with the extension ". hlp".

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  • "Muster" is a family of backdoor which has been using help files for hiding themselves.

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  • Citizens can also tour and touch various emergency service vehicles from over a dozen police and fire agencies by visiting the "Muster" area of the event.

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  • Citizens can also tour and touch various emergency service vehicles at their own pace by visiting the "Muster" area of the event.

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  • The assumption that one or more of the German meanings of quark should be understood in the song of the gulls and curlews is supported by the context of both direct and disguised references to the myth of Tristram and Isolde and by the fact that "Muster," the first substantive after quark, is the German word for ` model, ideal, or type, 'which refers to Mark and H.C. Earwicker, the hero of Finnegans Wake.

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  • "De white folks 'fore de war had w'at dey called" Muster "en I would go down wid dem.

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