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Tacky Vibram rubber outsoles on Vasque’s Talus XT GTX boots give you traction on muddy surfaces, while Gore-Tex membranes keep that H2O at bay.
This new idea—elevated but stable levels of lactate—muddies the waters, because it means that there are really two different thresholds.
The question of liability has been somewhat muddied by marketing hype.
Tiny speakers don’t have that luxury, which can result in muddy or “boomy” sound, especially in the low-end.
The original Google Home relied on a single driver to handle its entire range of frequencies, which made it more consistent from various listening angles, but overall it was somewhat underwhelming thanks to muffled highs and muddy lows.
A policeman who had muddied his uniform as if by a fall rose to his feet and followed them, rubbing his head.
Once I saw a catfish, gasping for air at the surface of water that had been muddied by the opening of a sluice-way in a dam.
BILL'S SCHOOL AND MINEWILLIAM SUDDARDS FRANKLIN
We have the story of the lost sheep; that's a parable; and that of the lamb that muddied the stream, and that's a fable.
When I reached the tree, I found the Sarpent leaning against its trunk with torn leggings and muddied moecassins.
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
There were Tommies from the trenches in another train, muddied to the eyes—who showed themselves much more resourceful.
CARRY ONCONINGSBY DAWSON

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