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Her gang will be below playing cards or mugging-up or snoozing, and only two on deck seeing her home!
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE
They were chortling, pointing at each other, mugging for the camera.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
I do know a certain amount about harmony already; I have been mugging it up for the last three years.
MICHAELE. F. BENSON
The shotgun squad keeps the riots, the mugging, and all the humbug out.
WARREN COMMISSION (11 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
Everyone admired Hill in a way, though the suspicion of “mugging” clung to him.
An expression of genuine concern appeared under Ancose Mackey's solemn mugging.
TWO ON THE TRAILHULBERT FOOTNER
And his clowning and mugging made it impossible to play a legitimate scene with him, with any shadow of professional self-respect.
THE REAL ADVENTUREHENRY KITCHELL WEBSTER
For the rest she spent August and early September in "mugging up" the firm's business.
MRS. WARREN'S DAUGHTERSIR HARRY JOHNSTON
I've been mugging up that beastly drill, and can't remember a line of it.
Spent the whole morning at the Brera, mugging up these old Italian Johnnies.

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