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Mutuary

Mu´tu`a`ry
n.1.(Law) One who borrows personal chattels which are to be consumed by him, and which he is to return or repay in kind.

MUTUARY, contracts. A person who borrows personal chattels to be consumed by him, and returned to the lender in kind; the person who receives the benefit arising from the contract of mutuum. Story, Bailm. Sec. 47.

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mutualist
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-- Mutuary --
Mutuation
Mutule
Mutuum
muumuu
Mux
Muxy
Muybridge
Muz Tagh Ata
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muzhik
muzjik
Muztagh Ata
Muzziness
Muzzle
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