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tv. & in. to kiss and pet; to smooch. (Probably from maul.) Come on, don’t maw me. You’ve been watching too many movies—or two few. Let’s go out somewhere and maw.
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A Hong Kong government spokesperson said in accordance with the established practice, the government reviews the MAW for foreign HSWs regularly, adding that in this year s review, it carefully considered Hong Kong s general economic and labor market situations over the last year, as reflected through a basket of economic indicators, including the relevant income movement and price change.
The JCIO spokesman added: "The Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice would likewise have removed Recorder Maw had he not resigned before the conclusion of the disciplinary process.
The Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice would have removed Recorder Maw had he not resigned before the conclusion of the disciplinary process.
According to Sicard, the acquisition of MAW will benefit USI through MAW's experienced staff and established presence in the area.
Mrs Maw, who is married with one child and works for the Department for Work and Pensions, said she has spent a further PS3,000 on advertising for her pet's safe return.
Gumboots just inside the door and a large dairy herd in a paddock behind the health clinic are tangible signs of the rural nature of the practice which Maw now shares with Jenny Roumieu.
Mr Maw says none of the five funds out-performed the All-Share over all such periods.
Greg Maw, a spokesman for Haynes, said the state senator decided instead to throw his support to Rogan.
Doyle has been a partner in the Corporate and Securities Practice at Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP in Chicago.
According to Maw Broon, the tradition of afternoon tea started as a "bit o' snobbery" in Victorian times but now it's about showing your pals you like them enough to press the good tablecloth and polish the silver.
Back in the 1930s and 1940s, Joseph Maw wowed the crowds with his dancing dogs and educated ponies.
The Sunderland company, which specialises in customer relationship management (CRM) software, has welcomed Faye Maw and Hannah Potter.
Louise Evans, 18, was lured to woodland by housemate Anthony Wood where his friend Matthew Maw, 19, stabbed Louise so hard his knife's handle broke off.
GRAEME MAW, the Welsh Rugby Union's first elite performance director, has left his post just four months after his shock appointment.
NEW WRU elite performance director Graeme Maw has already outlined his desire to restore Welsh rugby to the top of the tree.