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MUTUALITY OF ESTOPPEL

the term applied to an agreement where the parties are not bound unless both parties are bound.

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MUTUALITY OF REMEDY

a term used for the remedy that is available to both parties.

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MUTUALIZATION

Retiring the purchased stock of an insurer. Converting a stock insurer to a mutual insurer is done this way.

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MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE

Logically condition where only one choice can be made, thereby excluding all other choices.

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MUTUANT

The person who lends chattels in the contract of mutuum, (q. v.)

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MUTUARI

To borrow; mutuatus, a borrowing. 2 Arch. Pr. 25.

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MUTUARY

A person who borrows personal chattels to be consumed by him and returned to the lender in kind and quantity ; the borrower in a contract of mutuum.

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MUTUS ET SURDUS

Lat. In civil and old English law. Dumb and deaf. MUTUUM 801 MYSTIC TESTAMENT

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MUTUUM

Eat. In the law of bailments. A loan for consumption ; a loan of chattels, upon an agreement that the borrower may consume them, returning to the lender an equivalent in kind and quantity. Story, Bailm. S 228; Payne v. Gardiner, 29 N. Y. 107; Downes v. Phoenix Bank, 0 Hill (X. Y.) 299; Rahilly v. Wilson, 20 Fed. Cas. 181.

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MXJNUS

Lat. A gift; an office; a benefice or feud. A gladiatorial show or spectacle. Calvin.; Du Cange.

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MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE INDICATOR

Classifying personalities into four categories by personality typing. This test uses independent orthogonal types or scales: (1) Extroversion (E) vs. Introversion (I), (2) Sensing (S) vs. intuition (N), (3) Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F), and (4) Judging (J) vs. Perceiving (P). Isabel Myers-Briggs of the US and her mother developed this method. Neither had any formal training in psychology. They based their approach on Austrian psychologist Carl Jung's (1875-1961) personality types theory.

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MYNSTER-HAM

Monastic habitation; perhaps the part of a monastery set apart for purposes of hospitality, or as a sanctuary for criminals. Anc. Inst. Eng. BL.LAW DTCT.(2D ED.)

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MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE

Unexplainable loss of assets in an event beyond occurrences like a robbery. This term gives broader coverage than specific everyday perils like robbery.

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MYSTERY

A trade, art, or occupation. 2 Inst 008. Masters frequently bind them- selves in the indentures with their apprentices to teach them their art, trade, and mystery. State v. Bishop, 15 Me. 122; Bar- ger v. Caldwell, 2 Dana (Ky.) 131.

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MYSTERY SHOPPER

Posing as a casual shopper, gathering information on the stores' display, prices, and sales staff quality, this specific type of person is hired by a market research firm or a manufacturer to visit retail stores.

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MYSTIC TESTAMENT

In the law of Louisiana, a closed or sealed will, required by statute to be executed in a particular manner and to be signed (on the outside of the paper or of the envelope containing it) by a notary and seven witnesses as well as the testator. See Civ. Code La. art 1584. N. 802 NARRATIVE N

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