Definitions for "Mule"
A hybrid animal; specifically, one generated between an ass and a mare. Sometimes the term is applied to the offspring of a horse and a she-ass, but that hybrid is more properly termed a hinny. See Hinny.
A plant or vegetable produced by impregnating the pistil of one species with the pollen or fecundating dust of another; -- called also hybrid.
A cross between a jack and a mare. With rare exceptions, the mule is sterile.
Keywords:  slipper, backless, shoe, heel, toe
A slipper that has no fitting around the heel.
a shoe or slipper, with any size heel, covering only the front of the foot, leaving back open. outsole
A casual or semi-formal slip-on shoe that may or may not have a closed toe that is characterized by not having a backstrap or Achilles support.
A coin, token or medal with obverse and reverse sides which are not normally matched by the issuing authority. Mules are normally the result of a mistake in the coining process when one half of a die pair is accidentally used with another half of a different die pair.
A note made from two plates not actually intended to be used together.
A mule is the name given to a coin that either on purpose or by mistake ended up being struck with a pair of dies that were not intended to be used together. A very good example, and certainly topical at the time of writing is the British Twopence which was struck in 1983 with the older 'New Pence' type reverse in error. This mule coin is very rare and never normally found in change! Read about it here.
A character used only to store equipment in his vault, or to transfer items between characters.
A secondary character created for the purpose of storing and identifying items. Some mules also were made to help with fletching, alchemy, and/or cooking.
a character created specifically for item storage purposes
Multifunction Utility / Logistics and Equipment
Sondex Downhole Tractor.
Modular Universal Laser Equipment
A machine, used in factories, for spinning cotton, wool, etc., into yarn or thread and winding it into cops; -- called also jenny and mule-jenny.
a type of spinning frame having a head stock and a carriage as its two main sections
The mule is a multi-spindle spinning machine which was developed by Samuel Crompton in 1779 at Hall i'th'Wood, near Bolton, Lachashire, England. The mule was a cross between the Spinning Jenny, invented by James Hargreaves in 1764 and the Water-frame, which was patented by Richard Arkwright in 1769. See jenny.
a sober, safe and surefooted mount (to these adjectives in "s" I might add "silent," "scrupulous," and "studious," but I try to keep my weakness for alliteration under control)
A hand-held or machine mounted device used to shape concrete by dragging or pressing it over the form boards. This device is commonly used in curb and gutter work. See curb and gutter.
If you dream that your are riding on a mule, it denotes that you are engaging in pursuits which will cause you the greatest anxiety, but if you reach your destination without interruption, you will be recompensed with substantial results. For a young woman to dream of a white mule, shows she will marry a wealthy foreigner, or one who, while wealthy, will not be congenial in tastes. If she dreams of mules running loose, she will have beaux and admirers, but no offers of marriage. To be kicked by a mule, foretells disappointment in love and marriage. To see one dead, portends broken engagements and social decline.
a creature that has been bred for extinction
a sturdy, comely, useful, intelligent creature
A spoon with mis-matched subject matter on the handle and bowl; the Statue of Liberty in the bowl of a Kansas state handle spoon, for example.
Mule is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) messaging framework. It is a scalable, highly distributable object broker that can seamlessly handle interactions with services and applications using disparate transport and messaging technologies.
Keywords:  phishers, launder, money
a go-between that phishers "use" to launder money
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
small, motorized platform originally designed to carry a 106-millimeter recoilless rifle, but most often used for transporting supplies and personnel.
Keywords:  workhorse, awesome, speak
an awesome workhorse, so to speak
Prototype vehicle used to test major mechanical components.
minimalist four wheel drive - M274 Mechanical Mule
Keywords:  car, gear, patched, previous, older
a car patched together, often with parts from other cars
a car that has the running gear of a new model with the body of an older car, ie the previous generation
Keywords:  purpose, production, means
a means of production when it is used for the purpose of production