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(slang, Ireland) A girl, woman or girlfriend, particularly in the Dublin area.
Canaanite god of death and the underworld.
French from Old French word, saying probably from Vulgar Latin mōttum from Late Latin muttum grunt, mutter of imitative origin
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French mot. Compare motto.
Shops are conjectured in the forum and elsewhere, but were mot numerous.
A split steering rack gaiter is an MoT failure point so it is well worth replacing the damaged part as quickly as possible.
Whilst my car was having its annual MOT, I spent a happy hour in Beaconsfield a week or so ago.
Either way it would not fail the mot for a small oil leak.
Likely to pass an mot in twelve months time with no major work needed.
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