Miming

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This article is about a figure from Saxo Grammaticus's Gesta Danorum For the art of mime, see mime or pantomime. For the act of moving one's mouth to pre-recorded vocals, see Lip-synching in music.

In Saxo Grammaticus's 12th century work Gesta Danorum, Miming is a satyr from which Höðr gains a sword.

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