Maai


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Maai

(mā-ā`ī), in the Bible, one who took part in the dedication of the wall.
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Maai is an exciting luxury wellness brand borne from the tradition of authentic Thai healing combined with modern day science, all encased within the elegance of Thai silk.
Maai is an innovative luxury wellness brand borne from the tradition of authentic Thai healing combined with modern day science, all encased within the elegance of Thai silk, the statement said.
Genetic or DCA-induced ablation of GSTzl/MAAI causes accumulation of the MAAI substrates maleylacetone and, presumably, maleylacetoacetate (MAA) (Ammini et al.
The first video chronicles Thomas' time working on Habitat's 500,000th house in Maai Mahiu, Kenya.
Using a measure of 200m or more from the sea to define inland regions, we find that 89 of the maai fall in the inland region of the island and still outside the designated quarry zones (see Figure 2).
31) writer; Dutch: schrijver 'writer' [+material, dynamic ([i ], [+dynamic ([i ], [ ])])] -er write, schrijv (32) printer; Dutch: maaier 'mower' [+material, dynamic ([i ], [+dynamic ([i ], [ ])])] -er print ; maai
En as hy skryf: die eelt in Tafelbaai dan skryf hy Robbeneiland nee Patmos waar God se blink sekel die wereld maai en as hy skryf: drie harders in 'n tros die sout drup uit hul sy vir een pond sewe dan skryf hy God wat drie keer sterf datons kan lewe.
Ching Ah Maai Chahn Gung mouh [grave of Qing Elder Chen Ami]
In Kenya, volunteers in Nairobi will partner with Habitat for Humanity's Maai Mahiu Internally Displaced Persons project at Naivasha, which seeks to provide decent, durable and permanent houses.
It features work by Stan Denniston, George Shaw, Maai Ke Schoorel, Ugo Rondinone, Ben Rivers, Francis Als and Andy Holden @ Chapter Arts Centre until September 2 A changing array of work by more than 60 artists, among them Muriel Delahaye, Pamela Kaye, Donald McIntyre, Karl Davies and Elfyn Lewis @ Albany Gallery, Roath until tomorrow Summer show featuring work by Wales' leading 20th century artists, including Gwen John, Augustus John, Ceri Richards and Sir Kyffin Williams, as well as work by leading contemporary artists, including Harry Holland, Kevin Sinnott and Shani Rhys James @ Martin Tinney Gallery, St Andrew's Crescent until August 31.