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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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Ac i ddilyn bydd rhaglen ddogfen newydd sbon, Stori Sali Mali, cynhyrchiad gan Gwmni Sianco o Gaernarfon, yn olrhain hanes bywyd a gwaith awdures llyfr Sali Mali, Mary Vaughan Jones (1918-1983).
Sali Mali added: ``I shook so many hands last week that my arm could have easily fallen off
Most of them were dressed as Sali Mali with the characteristic black bun and orange A-line dress
USAID programs also sought to support peacebuilding efforts in northern Mali and consolidate the region's socioeconomic and political integration.
As a result of safety and security concerns following the Spring 2012 coup and counter coup, some organizations, including foreign companies, NGOs, and private aid organizations temporarily suspended operations in Mali or withdrew some family members and/or staff.
The Mali crisis has reinvigorated terrorist activity in the Maghreb.
The ministerial team was set up after a resolution was passed at the Islamic Summit held in Cairo last February, to follow up on the situation in Mali and coordinate efforts of the OIC to support the country.
The Prime Minister was speaking at the Headquarters of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) in Jeddah on a one day visit, ahead of the International Conference on Mali scheduled to take place on 15th May in Brussels, reports a press release.
Should you find yourself in Los Angeles, I'd love to take you to dinner and talk more about how we can help Mali," Anderson, famous for her role in the TV show Baywatch, said.
The future of the conflict in Mali is still uncertain, but the government of France is pushing ahead for a United Nations vote on the use of peacekeepers in the fractured West African nation.
By using Mali GPU technology, silicon vendors and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can diversify and offer rich user experiences such as computational photography, facial detection and gaming with powerful near-real graphics experiences.
And they will meet stiff resistance from Mali, who are in the last four for the second successive time.