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I imagine that these are the sort of inquiries Dawkins mulls over at night, maybe with a glass of wine or cup of tea.Richard Dawkins May Be a Christian in Disguise, Even to Himself|Joshua DuBois|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This quadrennial “running of the mulls” almost makes you feel sorry for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.Matt Latimer: Why I Hate Town Halls and Undecided Voters|Matt Latimer|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A frequently touching domestic drama about an academic Chicago family, it mulls Big Themes: war, faith, heredity.
Grey looks unfazed, but not necessarily dismissive, as she mulls this pronouncement over.
These mulls are placed in rows and shut up in separate cupboards, to keep in the dust.
Some thrust out their snuff-mulls for the parting pinch—others tendered the doch-an-dorrach, or parting cup.
I promised Miss Pluma those white mulls should be sent over to her the first thing in the morning.Daisy Brooks|Laura Jean Libbey
Madapollams, jaconets, and mulls are not in active request, but maintain last week's values.The Gentleman's Model Letter-writer|Anonymous
I dun'no' how fur smallpox kin travel—an' it jes' mulls and mulls in ye afore it breaks out—don't it, S'briny?The Raid Of The Guerilla|Charles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)