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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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Donna Maitland can understand why people are impatient to see some development happening at the site of a proposed sawmill in Mattawa.
Another 10,000 people have put their names to a petition calling on the state government not to privatise Maitland Hospital, in the lower Hunter Valley.
The image of a woman - who experts say has "compelling similarities" to other depictions of the queen - was discovered in an X-ray of a portrait of Sir John Maitland, the Lord Chancellor of Scotland between 1586 and 1595.
The frightening rants came from Terrance Kevin Maitland, of Dragon Lane, in Whiston, who previously appeared on Channel 5 show Nightmare Neighbour Next Door when he was found guilty of harassing his neighbour, Giovani Jacovelli.
Terrance Kevin Maitland, 65, had been found guilty of three breaches of the order not to contact 62-year-old Giovani Jacovelli, who runs a tourist attraction known as The Maze.
Maitland Sportsground will become a center for a range of Hunter sports, with Stage II of the complexs upgrade to tip over $10m into the project.
SEAN Maitland has urged the British and Irish Lions to join rugby's immortals by inflicting a defeat on the All Blacks that will send New Zealand into mourning.
Det Con Christopher Maitland told a police disciplinary hearing "My single hope is that what I've done will not put off victims from coming forward.
As a literate, expressive lawyer Maitland had no peer in his day, save perhaps one contemporary across the ocean, namely Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Ian Maitland, of Barnard Avenue, Ludworth, was prosecuted for failing to provide information to Durham County Council investigators.
Maitland did not respond and the matter was taken to court by the council.
These morphological and biochemical changes are key factors in determining if tissue is precancerous or cancerous, Maitland says.