Maskery

Mask´er`y


n.1.The dress or disguise of a masker; masquerade.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Nay; I've got my hat and things at Will Maskery's.
Lauren Maskery, 24, tried to hand over a package containing pieces of paper with Spice laced onto them to her ex, drug dealer Keiran Flanagan.
We have joined forces with Mohammed Al Gharibi, Ashwaq Al Maskery and Shouq Abdulaziz who are leading their own sections of the campaign and looking after certain areas across the country," the official said.
| Tier1 DAC Beachcroft LLP (Newcastle) Hempsons (Newcastle) Sintons LLP (Newcastle) Ward Hadaway (Newcastle) LEADING INDIVIDUALS Amanda Maskery | Sintons LLP Gill Weatherill | DAC Beachcroft LLP Melanie Pears | Ward Hadaway The 'attentive, professional and thorough' team at Sintons LLP is praised for its 'prompt response times' and 'great attention to detail' when dealing with various health-care related procurement, employment, real estate and construction as well as contractual and contentious matters.
Khalid al Maskery, manager of ICV in Unicorn International, expressed his satisfaction with the participants' interest in attending and the good interaction with the lecturers.
Peggy Maskery, 96, was eight years old when her mum took her to Charles Thompson's Mission in Birkenhead, Merseyside.
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.
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.
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.
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