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mala

(ˈmɑːlaː)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a string of beads or knots, used in praying and meditating
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He had by dint of cudgelling his brains just thought of the Southampton - St Malo service.
It was named Malo and charity Blue Cross will rehome it.
He said: "The fact that we still caught Malo two years after he fled the country sends a clear warning to those involved in organised crime and think they can evade police - we will catch up with you eventually.
But despite his two-year absence, police were there to arrest and charge Malo when he returned in 2015.
The Omani MOD70 -- which at 70 foot (21m) is almost half the size of Spindrift 2 (130ft/40m) and will be crewed by seven fewer sailors -- will leave Quebec in Canada on Wednesday at 1500 local time and head out on the 2,897 nm (5365 km) course across the North Atlantic to St Malo in France with the aim of breaking the existing record of 7 days 20 hours and 24 minutes set in 1996 by Loick Peyron.
St Malo was founded in the 12th century and history echoes through its quaint cobbled streets.
com | St Malo's restaraunts make use of the excellent local produce | St Malo evokes an age of pirates and privateers
The night-long journey on board Pont-Aven was not simply a means of transport but as enjoyable a part of the trip as exploring St Malo itself.
If culinary excellence sounds like your kind of holiday, then a St Malo trip Malo's offers it en route as well as when you get there.
Malo - the walled port city in Brittany in north-western France on the English Channel this spring and early summer.
Malo Oil Export Pipeline, and then onto refineries along the Gulf Coast.
Malo also sued them for blackmailing and illegal uploading/recording of video on social media for spreading the video of physical abuse online.