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maik

(mek)
n
(Currencies) Scot an old halfpenny. Also called: meck
[of obscure origin]
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His Highness arrived at about 9am accompanied by Tengku Makhota Tengku Muhammad Faiz Petra, and Tengku Temenggong of Kelantan and MAIK president Tan Sri Tengku Mohamad Rizam Tengku Abdul Aziz and MAIK deputy president Zulkifle Ab Rahman.
Maik Taylor "I spoke to Darrell and he had had spoken to Gary Bowyer at Bradford City where I worked last season and he said he had heard good things.
Maik or Manic Mike, started DJing in 1989 and quickly gained popularity in the Cyprus electronic-music scene through his long-running residency at Versus club, which spanned over two decades.
"Maik played international football when he wasn't first choice at his club so that's invaluable."
"I am delighted that Maik has agreed to take on the role of goalkeeping coach for the senior squad for the remainder of the World Cup qualifying campaign; he is a truly excellent professional and his experience will be invaluable in ensuring that our goalkeepers are well prepared," manager Michael O'Neill said of the 41-year-old.
It was a dramatic game for one of my first caps and we had Maik to thank for a 1-1 draw.
"I got my chance with Maik's injury but I don't intend on giving up the shirt."
Tuffey added: "Maik is the undoubted No.1 and rightly so.
Maik Stephan, managing director of Volkswagen Group Sales India, said, 'Last year we sold 19,000 units comprising the three makes.
They share the same surname, they have the same occupation and they both made their names at North London football clubs; Stuart at Arsenal and Maik at Barnet.
Maik Taylor makes his way off after being dismissed against Plymouth
Tuffey, 22, said: "Maik's form in recent campaigns has been second to none.