from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of west-central Germany east-northeast of Essen. It is an industrial center in a coal-mining region. Population: 89,500.
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I understand that artists see little of the 66 cents, but lets not use that fact to mudy up the real cash flow.
I am verry glad thay whiped the yankees back without our having to go down thare, for the roads were mudy and it was raining the most of the day, it is mostly clear to day and verry bloustry, it has bin warm the most of the time sence we have bin here it is much pleasenter here than it is in northern
And it does not take very much snow or rain to make it very mudy.
We was in a miserable mudy place in a line of battle.
Cool -- clear -- mudy -- Isaac Simon, Frank Olive & Old Judge here this morning while children were reciting.
Tate went on top of Hal, they were all very mudy, no limbs broken.
Contains much less portion of large gravel than the R. R.chjhone and its water more mudy and of a brownish colour, while that of the rochejhone is of a lightish Colour. the width of those two rivers are very nearly the Same imediately at their enterances the river R.chejhone much the deepest and contain most water.