maise

maise

(meɪz)
n
a measure of herringa straw basket for transport on horseback
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Scholarship on satire has argued that it is a form of political communication that can engage young voters, provide useful political information and commentary, and call politicians and the media to account (Day, 2011; Gray, Jones, & Thompson, 2009; Hoffman & Young, 2011; Jones, 2010; McClennen & Maise, 2014; Xenos & Becker, 2009; Young & Hoffman, 2012).
Much loved dad of Stacy and Stuart, dear fatherin-law to Nicola, loving grandad of Maise and Izzy, dearest brother and uncle.
Seeing Hella combine a variety of fabric textures and colors into something new and energetic on the Polder sofa made us realize she was the right partner to discuss color and textiles," says Vitra chief design officer Eckart Maise.
Maise knows who she is--a girl who runs track, does well at school, and loves her boyfriend and her best friend.
Daughter Maria, son-in-law Anthony, grandchildren Louise, Danielle and Joseph, great-grandchildren Nell, Charlee, Elsie and Maise.
Andy's daughter Maise, six, is a pupil in Year two at St Mary's and her brother Jack, four, will be joining reception in September, so Andy wanted to support the school's fundraising eorts.
Lots of love, Gemma, John, Anais and Macie xxx Taylor Diane Happy Mother's Day mum love from David dale Maise and Louie hope you have a nice day your the best Taylor Gemma Happy Mother's Day Mum
Rahvusliku liikumise ajal pidas eesti avalikkus vaimuvara kasvatamisega pea vordvaarseks maise vara kogumist, st majanduslikku ettevotlikkust.
The chosen as part of this consultation candidate willl supply and maise out the entire solution based on existing infrastructure.
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Another clip features the Stark children Arya played by Maise Williams, Sansa played by Sophie Turner, Jon Snow played by Kit Harrington and Bran played by Isaac Hempstead-Wright.
They are four (ap maise koi ye peechey walon key saath mu ker four ka group banalein) Anyone of you join those sitting at the back and make a group of four.