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Maitland,

city (1991 pop. 45,209), New South Wales, SE Australia, on the Hunter River. It is a railroad junction and agricultural center with light manufacturing. Maitland began as a convict settlement in 1824. The river has flooded in 1893, 1949, and 1955.

Maitland

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Frederic William. 1850--1906, English legal historian

Maitland

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a town in SE Australia, in E New South Wales: industrial centre of an agricultural region. Pop.: 53 470 (2001)
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Maitland, who's serving as the project's spokesperson on Medwid's behalf, cautioned that everything is conditional on getting the facility licence.
Gathering a total of 20,000 signatures indicates the extent of opposition to privatisation: Maitland had a population of only 68,000 at the 2011 census.
Researchers suggest Mary's execution in 1587 - two years before the inscribed date on the Maitland painting - may be the reason the portrait was covered over or abandoned by the artist.
Maitland bought a farm house on the land next door four years ago and converted the property into holiday rentals, and, although he does not live at the property, he visits when the holiday rentals change hands.
In the first case, it was alleged that Mr Jacovelli had bd he ban explo fire h been in his garden when he heard a loud bang of a cylinder exploding on a bonfire in his neighbour's grounds, and that Maitland had said: "F**k off, you old c**t.
By funding the construction of this state-of-the-art sportsground we will boost the local community and provide Maitland with a vital piece of infrastructure to support its future growth.
everyone is using the word 'immortals' and immortals are exactly what they'll be," Maitland said.
Maitland, of Plymouth, Devon, is serving five years four months after admitting two counts of sexually touching a girl under 13.
Above all, Maitland opened up the early sources of English law, from Henry de Bracton's preparatory materials on the laws and customs of England (15) through to the voluminous year books and rolls of the early courts and parliament.
A letter was sent to Maitland asking him to visit the authority for an interview but he did not attend.
That's even more of a concern when it comes to oral cancer examinations, Maitland says.
This discovery marks a fundamental shift in our understanding of how solid cancers start," Maitland said.