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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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micemice /maɪs/ noun  HBAthe plural of mouse
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miceIt's believed the protests were against the breeding of rats and mice for experiments.As similar as mouse brains are to human brains, mice are not men.They look like deliciously glamorous mice, don't you agree, Ludo?Dorothy came to meet them and thanked the little mice warmly for saving her companion from death.The analysis was done as described in ref. 49, with minor modifications; mice and rats gave essentially similar results.For one thing, despite forty years of searching, nobody yet knows why those mice discovered in the l950s like alcohol.There was a cage on the dresser with white mice running around inside.I wouldn't put up with mice on something like this if I was them.
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