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maumet

(ˈmɔːmɪt) or

mammet

n
1. obsolete a false god; idol
2. dialect English a figure dressed up, such as a guy or scarecrow
[C13: from Old French mahomet idol, literally: the prophet Mohammed, from the belief that his image was worshipped]
ˈmaumetry n
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For the first time, when the results of the French book prizes were published this year, they were already available for our members as computer-generated audiobooks," says Luc Maumet, head of the media library operated by the Association Valentin-HaAaAaAeA y (AVH), which hel blind and visually impaired people.
When I started here about 10 years ago, audiobooks were on cassettes and our members sometimes had to wait years to borrow them," Maumet recalls, as he tours the ground-breaking library at the AVH headquarters in the seventh arrondissement of Paris.
The advantage with books in braille is that access to the text is more immediate," Maumet says.
Tambien Marziano achaca la responsabilidad de la guerra a los enemigos italianos de Fernando de Aragon: en el primer capitulo de los Successi leemos que Florencia pidio ayuda a los venecianos que, movidos por el intento de impedir cualquier accion de Fernando en el norte de Italia, <<fecero si che Maumet Bega, Re de' Turchi, mandasse una grossa armata a danno di detto Regno>> (52).