Monocottura describes a method of producing tile by a single firing in which body and glazes are fired simultaneously in kilns at temperatures over 2000 degrees.
Ref: 120771/2006-10-04

Mooring refers to a place where a boat can be moored. Usually a buoy marks the location of a firmly set anchor.

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"Mooring" is in the UNSPSC Code "25111922"
  Mooring whips
Ref: 122270/2006-10-09

Motion furniture contains a mechanism or mechanisms which allow it to adjust to your body for increased comfort, as in recliners or extending footrests.
Ref: 122625/2006-10-11

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
M?bel ()

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Furnitures
Mushroom anchor is pertaining to a type of anchor with a heavy inverted mushroom shaped head. Mushroom anchors are used to anchor in mud and other soft ground.
Ref: 122271/2006-10-09

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Anchor (Anchor relates to hyperlinks - the underlined ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Mushrooms, Anchors, anchors
Mutton refers to the meat from sheep more than one year old.
Ref: 86413/2006-09-14

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Castrato (Castrato is the Italian word for mutton, a meat ...)
Kundan kaliya (Kundan kaliya also called Kaliya refers a mutton ...)
Yakni (Yakni is a Hindi term for mutton)
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Lexicon from 'Metal forming' until 'Mutton'

A "mouse" can refer to several different things. Here are some examples: