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Maitland

(ˈmeɪtlənd)
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(Placename) a town in SE Australia, in E New South Wales: industrial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 53 470 (2001)

Maitland

(ˈmeɪtlənd)
n
(Biography) Frederic William. 1850–1906, English legal historian
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Noun1.Maitland - English historian noted for his works on the history of English law (1850-1906)Maitland - English historian noted for his works on the history of English law (1850-1906)
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The first task of the project group was to identify and describe existing provision of local studies/heritage resources in Maitland.
Donna Maitland, 30, was accused of travelling to Holland to watch the nation's World Cup Final clash with Spain on TV, despite telling her employers she was ill.
Maitland, Karen Maitland-Schilling, Lois Maitland Paire, James E.
The workshops are being held in Maitland and Snowy Mountain and will provide local pilots with special training to improve their flying and safety skills.
The physiotherapy profession internationally was saddened to hear of the passing of Geoffrey Douglas Maitland on 22 January 2010.
Summary: British companies look to build a greater presence in Algeria while ensuring a diversification of activities, Said Monday here Lady Olga Maitland, President of the Algerian-British Business Council.
Brown Harris Stevens agent Wendy Maitland and One Madison Park The developers of Flatiron District condominium One Madison Park are facing a flurry of lawsuits alleging they failed to pay back millions of dollars in loans and deposits to a number of high-profile investors, including Brown Harris Stevens' Wendy Maitland, the building's original listing broker, and Charles Milite, president of the Gotham City Restaurant Group.
Maitland Nurseries, a familyowned nursery business, has been launched in north Liverpool supported by funding under the Government's Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme.
ORLANDO, FLA: Eola Capital closed on a $50 million acquisition of two Orlando office buildings located in Maitland Center.
Tracy Maitland peers into six computer screens, each flashing real-time stock market updates from around the world.
Samuel Owen and Isaac Beckett: a remarkable 19th Century Maitland partnership written by Cynthia Hunter and published by Hunter House Publications is a well researched publication, which relates the history of two Maitland businessmen.
These steps are expected to result in a total workforce reduction of about 200 positions in Canada, which includes approximately 85 roles at the Maitland site.