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v. t. & i.1.See Maunder.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The youth, turning swiftly to make sure that the rear was unmolested, saw the com- mander regarding his men in a highly regretful manner, as if he regretted above everything his association with them.
When I was a kid, I used to read penny dreadfuls about 'avin adventures and bein' a great c'mander and all that rot.
Next day he interviewed his two subordinates, Manders and Reilly, reckless youngsters who were as elated as if it were a deer-hunt.
The 13-year-old from Tettenhall held a tombola in the Mander Centre on Saturday from 8am to 5pm and raised PS180.
The court was hearing a plea initially filed by activist Harsh Mander sought directions to the Assam government to render humane treatment to the immigrants lodged in the detention centres in the state.
Against the odds in Zimbabwe's patriarchal society, as well as the men's club that is armed conservation in Africa, the women have proved themselves incorruptible and fearless, says Damien Mander, the strapping, Australian who set up the project.
Mander Hadley Solicitors, which has offices in Coventry and Kenilworth, received more than 80 entries from art, design and photography students at Coventry College, as they vied for the opportunity to have their work prominently displayed outside the firm's city centre offices.
Wolverhampton is being transformed by new shopping developments and the Mander Centre is nearing the end of a PS35million redevelopment.
The police presence, sirens blazing, has become a government requirement for Mander's stops - each one with the family of a victim killed in violence motivated by caste or religious difference.
A bench of Justices S A Bobde and Ashok Bhushan said former bureaucrat and social activist Harsh Mander did not have the locus standi for pursuing the case when the victim's brother Rubabuddin Sheikh had withdrawn the petition.
INVESTOR Benson Elliot has bought the Mander Centre in Wolverhampton for PS59 million and is expected to press ahead with a multi-million pound refurbishment.