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mizzle a wild card word for words beginning with

M , such as muff = female genitals. (Streets. Also for other words with initial M.) He is thinking about her mizzle.
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LESS J MIZZLE Hathaway takes cover COT OUT J Marion Cotillard shrugs off rain
All-weather action can be found at Kempton in the evening, where Mizzle is fancied to take some beating in the E.
All-weather action can be found at Kempton in the evening where Mizzle is fancied to take some beating in the E B F Maiden Fillies' Stakes over seven furlongs.
Bounced out of the stalls by Royston Ffrench, she stretched clear in the final furlong for an easy three-and-a-half-length success from Millestan, with Godolphin's first juvenile runner of the season, Mizzle, two and a half lengths back in third.
Amazingly, despite the enormous queues that had started midmorning and snaked seemingly halfway back to Oxford Road station, fans who held their nerve in the trademark Manchester mizzle were able to buy tickets on the door right up until the start of the show.
No, not the remains of the old Cyfarthfa Ironworks - although that's there too - I'm talking about Huw Edwards who's pacing around in the bleak wintry mizzle while rehearsing the lines of his next piece-to-camera for The Story Of Wales, BBC Wales' big new historical series which hits our screens on Monday.
YO, MC Shazzer here and ah'm a blinged up and ah can swizzle ma mizzle .
The company presently uses Mizzle brand for their tires and tubes.
It is always tricky in a situation like we had with cloud cover and a little bit of mizzle, '' Vaughan said.
Vaughan said: 'It is always tricky in a situation like we had with cloud cover and a little bit of mizzle.
Another new colour is Mizzle, a soft blue/grey reminiscent of gentle West Country mist.
With a mizzle of sleet falling and visibility down, he wasn't wrong - but it just meant when you made a turn or got your stops right it felt like an even greater accomplishment.
Cornwall has its own particular kind of precipitation, a combination of mist and drizzle, that is known locally as mizzle.