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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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The 4th MAW Reserve units were called on to integrate with active duty, forming elements ranging in size from small detachments to complete squadrons.
Lu Maw and Lu Zaw are the two surviving members of the original "Moustache Brothers," a comedy trio that for three decades has thumbed their collective noses at and right under the ruling military junta of Myanmar.
According to Sicard, the acquisition of MAW will benefit USI through MAW's experienced staff and established presence in the area.
Speaking on ITV's Daybreak yesterday, Mrs Maw said she had "no idea" why anyone would take Angel, who is spayed and cannot be used for breeding.
Maw is the first insurance broker from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to be chosen to represent the region, one of the fastest growing markets for insurance and reinsurance, on the Board of WBN, whose brokers are located in almost 90 countries in over 500 cities.
Maw is the first insurance broker from the Middle East and North Africa, or Mena, to be chosen to represent the region, one of the fastest growing markets for insurance and reinsurance, on the Board of WBN, whose brokers are located in almost 90 countries in over 500 cities.
Those leggy homes were surely where all those rich coast people lived; they were headquarters from which horse-and-boat-owning Maw Maw's entertained their grandkids from the city with water sports and blackberry picking on warm weekends in the spring.
From the kinematic point of view there are many similarities and a few differences between NW and MAW.
But his in-built sense of melody fought against the prevailing trend, and it was to be several years and a few false starts later before Maw eventually found his own musical voice.
The British composer Nicholas Maw, who has died at his home in the United States at the age of 73, has a unique place in the history of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
William Henry Maw is a prime example of the Victorian mechanical engineer.
Zoe Khan was allowed to keep her freedom earlier this year despite the brutality of her attack on Nicola Maw in Laycock Park in Middlesbrough.
GRAEME MAW, the Welsh Rugby Union's first elite performance director, was a casualty of his own review.
Graeme maw may be an unknown quantity to Welsh rugby but he has some of the best coaching contacts in the world, writes SIMON ROBERTS.