maill

maill

(meɪl)
n
a rent payment
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Zitouni a salu le parcours du peuple algrien maill d'"exploits et de victoires raliss grce sa prise de conscience et son soutien ses dirigeants".
Sophie Alice Maill, 26, of Crescent Road, Middlesbrough, given a 20-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months and ordered to pay PS200 costs for theft and breaching a conditional discharge.
The Met Office's Luke Maill said: "West is best this holiday as it will have the brightest conditions while the North-East will fare worse over the next few days.
Mum-ofthree Danielle Cummings, 26, who lives with partner Gary Maill, said: "I heard a scream and looked out the window and the lad's mother was shouting 'she's dead, she's dead.
Makowsky MJ, Schindel TJ, Rosenthal M, Campbell K, Tsuyuki RT, Maill HM.
Armine Yalnizyan, a senior economist with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, wrote in the Globe and Maill, "These workers are brought into Canada as essentially the guests of the employer.
Employees of the Birmingham Maill, The Pallasades and associated companies are not eligible to enter.
BBC correspondent Leonard Maill decided to transmit portions of the Harvard speech for London's 9:00 p.
HENLEY: J Fabian; M McNair, R Van Zyl, A Erinle, P Davies; B Reeves (B Rowland), D Smaje; C Hannon (R Fuller, 70), P Nicholas, D Brett (L Hall, 72), P Farner, J Minterbottom, S Maill, J Atkinson (capt), D Fryday.
They were created by applying these definitions to the conflict data sets of several other authors, primarily Small and Singer (1982), Pillar (1983), Stedman (1991), Sullivan (1994), Brogan (1990), Maill (1992), and Sivard (1992, 1993).
Furthermore, the success of electronic maill will help stimulate peripheral industries.
Sophie Alice Maill, 26, given 12-month community order and ordered to pay PS60 costs for theft.