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To confuse or befuddle (the mind), as with alcohol. See Synonyms at confuse. 4.

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Caught in the Muddle: America's Pakistan Strategy - Winter 2011
It is unrealistic to expect a full escape from this muddle. Without setting clearer and more limited priorities, however, U.S.
Muddle Through, or Crisis?
May 7, 2011 1. Muddle Through, or Crisis? The Endgame, Part 2.
The Corporate Muddle of Manila's Water Concessions:
New Rules, New Roles: Does PSP Benefit the Poor? The Corporate Muddle of. Manila's Water Concessions.
Mindanao Muddle Resolving the Kurdish Dilemma
David. G. Klein.
Social Model or Unsociable Muddle? The origins of the Social Model
Social Model or Unsociable Muddle?

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Delhi cops in audio-video muddle
Delhi Police will now have to explain to the Supreme Court on how the video it submitted to the court regarding its crackdown on Baba Ramdev on June 4-5 is at stark variance with its records of phone conversations.
Don't let Civil War muddle modern politics
By TREY GOWDY - Special to The State From John C. Calhoun and the “Nullifiers” to Strom Thurmond and the “Dixiecrats,” race and politics were inextricably intertwined.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is a monster muddle
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, produced and co-written by Guillermo del Toro, comes out today, promising tiny, Gremlins-style creature terror. As a look at a family trying to find common ground during a stressful time, it's okay.
Is Manning One of Elite? Numbers Muddle Issue
“I do, but what would you expect him to say?” He then added, “He is for me.” A version of this article appeared in print on August 21, 2011, on page SP4 of the New York edition with the headline: Is Manning One of Elite?
Rulings Muddle Florida Drug Law
By ASHBY JONES Courts in Florida are casting doubt over the legality of the state's key criminal drug law, a development that is causing confusion among lawyers and could lead to thousands of drug convictions ultimately being overturned.

Suggested Web Resources

Muddle Defined - How to Muddle and What is a Muddler - Essential
To muddle is to combine ingredients in the bottom of a glass using a muddler - a large stick designed for this particular purpose.
muddle - definition of muddle by the Free Online Dictionary
To confuse or befuddle (the mind), as with alcohol. See Synonyms at confuse. 4.
Muddle - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
to befog or stupefy especially with liquor. 3. : to mix confusedly.
Muddle | Define Muddle at
/ˈmʌd l/ Show Spelled [muhd-l] Show IPA verb, -dled, -dling, noun. verb (used with object). 1.
Muddler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A muddler is a bartender's tool, used like a pestle to mash — or muddle — fruits, herbs, and/or spices in the bottom of a glass to release their flavor.

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