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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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Heathcliff that you have no wish to see me, and that he mustn't invent any more falsehoods on the subject.
you mustn't take hold of my superfine black coat-sleeve in that unceremonious manner.
Irwine says, 'But you mustn't find fault with her for that, Mrs.
Hush, hush," said the mother, "little gells mustn't chatter.
Now listen and learn; in the first place buy good powder, not damp (they say it mustn't be at all damp, but very dry), some fine kind it is--you must ask for PISTOL powder, not the stuff they load cannons with.
But what gets me is the things you mustn't do when they're not wrong and they won't hurt anybody--this riding, for instance.
I mustn't make that poor little head of yours ache with Scotch law,' my uncle said; 'I must put it plainly.
She screamed out all at once "You mustn't speak like this of Papa
Oh, I'm so sorry; but you mustn't, really, ever get scared about me, Nancy.
Now mind, Muster Gashford,' said the fellow, taking up his stick and shaking it with a ferocious air, 'I mustn't have my Protestant work touched, nor this here Protestant state of things altered in no degree, if I can help it; I mustn't have no Papists interfering with me, unless they come to be worked off in course of law; I mustn't have no biling, no roasting, no frying--nothing but hanging.
But you mustn't fancy,' cried the gentleman, quite elated by coming so happily to his point.
Mr Venus, he must be followed, he must be watched, he mustn't be lost sight of for a moment.