muj
 n.— «A Canadian film-maker’s neatly pressed grey flannels and tweed jacket contrast with his week’s rough growth of beard. “I’m going in a few days,” he says, rubbing the beard. “Do you think I look like a Muj?”» —“City in exile: a world of intrigue, hope” by John Gray in Peshawar, Pakistan Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Nov. 17, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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