Maskery

Mask´er`y


n.1.The dress or disguise of a masker; masquerade.
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Peggy Maskery, 96, was eight years old when her mum took her to Charles Thompson's Mission in Birkenhead, Merseyside.
Amanda Maskery, Partner in the healthcare team at Sintons, said: "Our healthcare team has grown significantly in recent years in terms of our national reputation and capability, and we are now regarded among the go-to healthcare advisers in the North East and wider UK.
Bill Maskery, 79, of Guisborough, attended the consultation event at Guisborough Methodist Church yesterday.
To claim your prize, contact Natasha Maskery (Tel: 01484 437772) who will arrange collection.
Emphasising the importance of survey results for use by decision-makers in various agencies while formulating plans, Al Maskery said: "This workshop is very crucial for the ministries concerned and institutions.
Said Al Maskery, general manager of CPI, said that the contract was awarded in September last year and it takes seven months for qualification testing and production.
General manager of Composite Pipes Industry, Said Al Maskery, stated that the award of the contract came in September 2013 and it takes seven months for qualification testing and production.
Amanda Maskery, partner at Sintons and chairwoman of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee, said: "In recent years we have supported a number of great causes with strong North East links, and we are very pleased to be able to work with DSNE to help them continue and build on the excellent and very worthy work they do across the region.
14 BOOKS A Quick Read on Finger Foods from Absolutely Fabulous funnygirl Helen Lederer 17 CYMRAEG Yr Alban sy' wedi hawlio sylw Lefi Gruffudd yr wythnos hon 18 FOOD How to make the perfect pie 22 TRAVEL An eye-opening first trip to the Gambia in Africa for Stephanie Maskery 24 24 27 GARDENING Comedy and the great outdoors.
For 15 weeks during the Fall of 2007, 27-year-old photography student Al Moutasim Salem Al Maskery lived with about 100 fishermen in their makeshift village on Jumeirah Beach for his photo documentary class at the American University in Dubai (AUD).
ABOVE, from left, Jill Sutton, Jack Tweed on the steel drums, and Debra Maskery.
MTA spokeswoman Mary Ann Maskery said the new trains will be put to use on existing rail lines, which will reduce wear and tear on existing trains and possibly allow the MTA to increase the frequency of service.