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Mucker may refer to
- A person's last name
- On a farm, a "mucker" is a person who shovels feces ("muck") from animal stalls in a barn. A "mucker" is a person who mucks, i.e., shovels
- In publishing, a mucker (or muckraker) is a person who digs through the figurative feces (see On a farm) to find the truth.
- In mining, a mucker is a person who shovels broken ore or waste rock into orecars or orebuckets.
- Muckers is the nickname of a group in Pietism, followers of certain theologians
- In North American ice hockey "Mucker" is synonymous with a Grinder as a player who is tough and hardworking with a willingness to "do the dirty work" and "dig out the puck". It is often used in combination, "He's a mucker and grinder."
- In British and Irish English "mucker" is a colloquialism meaning "friend".
- Muckers, also known as ring toss (not to be confused with the ring toss carnival game) or circle horseshoes, is an outdoor game, commonly played at summer camps.
- "Mucking The Barn". Retrieved July 1, 2011.
- "Day 3 Mucking in on a farm". bbc.com. Retrieved July 1, 2011.
- Applebaum, Herbert A. (1998). The American work ethic and the changing work force: an historical perspective. Greenwood Press. p. 105. ISBN 0-313-30677-X.
- "mucker, n.1". Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford University Press. http://oed.com/view/Entry/123172. Retrieved 20-02-2012.
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