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MAILE, ancient English law. A small piece of money; it also signified a rent, because the rent was paid with maile.

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When asked about fourth-quarter strategies, Maile responded, "We've been doing well despite the downturn in the economy.
Mr Maile, who becomes a partner at Eversheds specialises in planning, infrastructure and compulsory purchase.
Match stats: Devils scorers: Luke Piggott 3, Steve Maile 3, Tim Burrows 2, Ricky Deacon 1, Steve Fisher 1, Chris Jones 1.
Mr Maile claims the UK Government is in breach of European law by permitting the LNG project to go ahead, and he is seeking enforcement action from the Brussels-based authorities.
It's present in all of us," said outside hitter Maile Heatherington, who had four kills, five digs and an ace against South Torrance en route to tournament MVP honors.
She beat authors Jane Gardam, Joolz Denby, Marina Lewycka, Maile Meloy and Sheri Holman to take the prize, which is given to female writers.
Shaun Johnson made it 4-0 with 34 minutes gone but before the second interval Steven Maile pulled one back for Peterborough, with Wall getting an assist on the breakout.
Blues guitarist Guy Maile plays The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, Saturday, July 24 and the six-piece Twelve Bars from Mars band from Bradford play this Sunday lunch at The Trades.
Former factory worker Rodney Maile, 69,and his 60-year- old friend Jack Cornish have remade the Cary Grant classic,Charade.
Beryl Maile gave an anecdotal talk at the Sketchley Grange Hotel, in Burbage near Hinckley, as guests enjoyed a slap-up four-course meal.
The group's chairman Chris Maile said: "People's lives are being ruined on a regular basis.
1999; Capuzzi, 1994; Capuzzi & Golden, 1988; Capuzzi & Gross, 2000; Curran, 1987; Davis, 1983; Hafen & Frandsen, 1986; Hussain & Vandiver, 1984; Johnson & Maile, 1987; Mazza & Reynolds, 1998) believe that about 90 percent of the adolescents who complete suicide (and lethal first attempts can result in completions) give cues to those around them in advance.