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must

(mŭst),
Unfermented juice of the grape or other fruits.
[L. mustum, new wine, ntr. of mustus, fresh]

must 1

(mŭst)
n.
The quality or condition of being stale or musty.

must 2

(mŭst)
n.
Variant of musth.

MUST

Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool. A clinical test used to identify adults who are malnourished or at risk of malnutrition. It incorporates current weight status (body mass index or an alternative measure), unintentional weight loss in the past 3–6 months and the effect of acute disease on nutritional intake.

MUST

Cardiology trials
1. Medication Use Studies.
2. Multicenter stent study.
3. Multicenter stents ticlopidine–trial study Military medicine Medical Unit, Self-contained, Transportable An acronym for a species of medical equipment used by the US military in field situations. Cf DEPMEDS.
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It's also important not to hide away from your feelings and you mustn't feel bad about telling friends and relatives that you're struggling.
The officers still complained about the lack of money, saying: "Still, mustn't grumble - carry on chaps.
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Samantha mustn't worry as she has The Star, which signifies difficulties evaporating - this is the wish card, after all.
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Her teacher apparently told her that this boy was having a bad time at home and she mustn't get too upset if he got a bit naughty now and then.
In general, the leaders of the Catholic community must publicly counter debilitating shibboleths such as "you mustn't judge"; or, we must be welcoming our homosexual brothers and sisters.
After complaining about the service on several occasions and asking for new water glasses at least twice, the obnoxious diner finally gave his order to the waiter: "I want some oysters, but they must be just right--neither too large nor too small, neither old nor tough, and they mustn't be salty.