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April is often windy and muddy in Maine, but May and June are lambs.
Frequent words like these can quickly muddy the phonics waters.
Hearing devices are ever more capable of isolating specific sounds from a muddy cacophony of noises.
Water managers around the state say they’ve seen striking increases in muddy water, after logging operations.
TIMBER TAX CUTS COST OREGON TOWNS BILLIONS. THEN POLLUTED WATER DROVE UP THE PRICE.BY TONY SCHICK, OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTING, AND ROB DAVIS, THE OREGONIAN/OREGONLIVEJANUARY 1, 2021PROPUBLICA
Still, not knowing exactly who heard what — with none of the sources on the record — muddies the picture.
How the various members of the movement define that threat is where things get muddy.
That could give them a level of midfield control to muddy up this game when needs be.
Instead, we’re in the muddy middle, faced with choices that seem at once crucial and impossible, simple and massively complicated.
EVERY DECISION IS A RISK. EVERY RISK IS A DECISION.MAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JULY 21, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
"Sing," said the Bull, as the stiff, muddy ox-bow creaked and strained.
A woolen skirt, made quite short, to clear the muddy streets, is the proper thing.

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