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MALE. Of the masculine sex; of the sex that begets young; the sex opposed to the female. Vide Gender; Man; Sex; Worthiest of blood.

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Many animal organizations have tried to purchase Mali to release her.
After the match, the fans reciprocated the Brazilians' acknowledgement of their support, but they also appreciated with loud cheers when Mali threatened.
Wang Yi said that China is a developing country though, yet China is willing to help Mali to accelerate its development and encourages Chinese enterprises to invest and establish business in Mali.
Islamic militants seized cities in northern Mali in 2012.
IDB has been a strategic partner and has never left Mali, no matter the circumstance," said Mr.
Al Mahdi is in custody of the International Criminal Court for the war crime of attacking religious and historical buildings in Timbuktu, Mali.
The United States is committed to international efforts to help Mali restore peace and stability throughout its territory following the 2012 rebellion in the north, a coup d'etat, and the loss of the northern two-thirds of the country to violent extremist groups.
In his speech, which was delivered by Ambassador Abdullah Ibn Abdurrahman Alim, the Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Madani called on the signatories to the Agreement to strengthen the dialogue process, noting that the OIC will engage extensively in efforts aimed at sustainable development in northern Mali through pouring investments.
Travelers from Mali will no longer be required to undergo enhanced screening and monitoring when entering the United States, nor will they be required to enter the country through the five designated airports that perform this screening.
CAD-Mali called a press conference here Sunday to press home its demand from international partners regarding funds mobilized for Mali at the high Level Donors Conference for Mali held in May 2013 in Brussels, Belgium.
Moreover, since 1992, big gold mining names such as Randgold and IAMGOLD were actually born in Mali.
We realize that the case of Mali may be particularly dramatic given the long history of insurgents in the North of the country and the fact that the demands on the armed forces for fighting insurgents seriously increased after the collapse of the Muammar el-Qaddafi regime in Libya in August 2011 [2].