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MAU

MAU

(Multi-station Access Unit) A network hub or switch. See hub and hub vs. switch.
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The river covers three counties of Bomet, Narok, Kericho and Nakuru which also are part of the Mau Forest ecosystem, a critical catchment of the Mara River basin.
The plan to conserve the Mau Complex had three components.
During Patricia's stint in 'The Voice Teens,' Mau conceded that she had felt more nervous than the kid.
In February, UT-Austin took the unusual step of reversing its admissions decision for Mau and nine other small-school valedictorians.
Globally, MAU provides service in 48 countries and six continents through worldwide recruiting partners.
Huttenbach's book is emblematic of the widening scope of interest in the Mau Mau beyond an academic audience.
As for the name, Mau said boom means "just like that" and that is how easy it is to use boom to make purchases.
Moreover, the last section of the book offers insights in social history that are relatively rare in the historiography of Kenya and the Mau Mau Rebellion.
Moi openly opposed the Mau Mau through his entire political life.
in a dramatic musical about two Mau Mau fighters still living in the forest and fighting for freedom.
But what reparation will the now-ancient Mau Mau members make to the white British and the black Africans they hacked to death?
9 million in costs and compensation to more than 5,000 elderly Kenyans who suffered torture and abuse during the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950s, Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday.