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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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Scotland winger Sean Maitland knows they face another major challenge against Georgia in Tbilisi on Saturday after getting their World Cup preparations back on track.
Robin Maitland, a trustee of the Sandpiper Trust charity and partner in estate agent Strutt and Parker, died on Saturday morning aged 63.
Karen Moore was said to have broken a court ban on contacting Paul Maitland by her alleged conduct towards him in the town's Orchy Crescent, where they both lived at the time.
Sean Maitland sparked a stunning comeback that saw Saracens crowned kings of Europe at St James' Park.
SEAN MAITLAND believes Scotland can lay down a World Cup marker by overcoming a nightmare injury list against France.
Scotland 14 Argentina 9 SEAN MAITLAND'S try helped Scotland end their autumn campaign on a high as they edged out Argentina.
ANNY CELSI/NELSON BRAGG/DUNCAN MAITLAND The Running Horse, Nottingham LOS Angeles singer-songwriter Anny Celsi has evoked comparisons to Lucinda Williams and Aimee Mann.
He made at least three great saves to prevent Bannockburn from scoring while at the other end Greig Maitland had virtually nothing to do - except to pick the ball from the back of the net.
TAKING on Ireland in Dublin will be a "different beast" for Scotland despite their Calcutta Cup heroics, according to Sean Maitland.
Donna Maitland can understand why people are impatient to see some development happening at the site of a proposed sawmill in Mattawa.
Almost 18 months after it vowed to privatise five regional public hospitals, the NSW government quietly conceded the last facility Maitland Hospital--would stay in public hands.
The image of a woman, which experts say has "compelling similarities" to other depictions of the queen, was discovered by an X-ray of a portrait of Sir John Maitland, Lord Chancellor of Scotland 1586-1595.