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If Daylyt was an embodiment of what battle rap can be, Murda Mook is a precision-tuned instrument of absolute lyrical destruction.
McAuliffe also put together a far more effective ground operation than Cuccinelli, led by veteran Democratic organizer Robby Mook.Ken Cuccinelli Loses Narrowly to Terry McAuliffe for Virginia Governor|Ben Jacobs|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And then, the moving object having by this time turned well out into the lake, he added: "Mam-mook" (pull).Jack the Young Canoeman|George Bird Grinnell
There once lived a dwarf in the town of Niceu, whom the people called Little Mook.
So it was arranged that Little Mook should try his speed with the swiftest messenger.
So Little Mook became the royal messenger, and surpassed all the runners in the world with his magic slippers.
The king was delighted, the princess waved her veil, and the people all shouted, “Huzza for Little Mook!”