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Mogul may mean:

  • a bump in the snow in alpine skiing,
  • a Mongolian
  • the Mughal empire, or any member of its ruling dynasty
  • by extension, any ruler or powerful person, such as a industrial mogul or media mogul
  • a railroad steam locomotive type called the Mogul
  • the largest size light bulb socket
  • An apex (highest) position in a certain field especially of commerce and the entertainment industry
  • Project Mogul was a top secret project by the United States involving high-altitude balloons carrying radar corner reflectors
  • It is also a term (German in origin) used to describe the machinery that deposits soft candy matter into a starch based mold. Once dried, these pieces can be used in the production of jelly beans but this same method can also produce other soft candies.

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