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 n.— «“I trained with the CBA to get certified in what’s called “mud-out” and went from there,” he said. Mud-out is the process of removing carpets, drywall and other non-salvageable parts of homes damaged by water.» —“Baptists to do laundry in Kansas” by Amy Bowers Star-News (Andalusia, Alabama) July 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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