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The insect likely fell into one of the ancient lakes that covered this region and sank into the soft, mucky bottom.
When I seen she had it figgered out I was in a quest fur some high-mucky-muck fur a dad, I didn't tell her no different.
But Grundy's covered it all up and hidden it and put mucky shades and covers over it until he's forgotten it.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
Anyway, not mucky stories about a handsome stranger coming along just because a girl's car busts down.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
Trees, for the orchard, should never be grown upon a mucky or peaty soil.
AMERICAN POMOLOGYJ. A. WARDER
The air was nauseous with the dank mucky odour that cooked out of the mangrove swamp.
The accumulation of dirt when far away from the centre of mucky industries has always been a great mystery to seamen.
I remember well the black mucky mud we rode through, the wheels sinking in to the hubs first on one side then the other.
He browt me a old hair oil bottle filled wi' summat, an a varry mucky-lukkin glass to sup aat on.
Blighters,” she said, “mucky ship—go row, go row—damn boxes.
THE ISLAND MYSTERYGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM

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