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maw

the mouth, throat, crop, or stomach of an animal, esp of a voracious animal
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According to the information of the POLO-HK, foreign household service workers contracts signed on September 30, 2015, or earlier, at the existing MAW of $4,110 per month, and food allowance of not less than $964 per month, will still be processed by Immigration if the applications reaches the Immigration Department on or before 28 October 2015.
Out of necessity Maw has become a Duly Authorised Officer (DAO) under the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment Act) 1992.
If you're looking for a pressie that oozes nostalgia and charm, gift wrap Maw Broon and her sultana scones.
KEEN TO LEARN From left, apprentices Faye Maw and Hannah Potter with managing director Derek Curtis
VICTIM Homeless teen Louise Evans VICIOUS Matthew Maw struck blow with kitchen knife WEAPONS Heavy log from park and Maw's knife FOUND GUILTY Anthony Wood had denied murder
The statement continued: "As a result of the review process Maw has been conducting, he will step down as EPD at the end of June.
Maw said: "I am delighted to be joining the Welsh Rugby Union because I aim to ensure this proud rugby nation sustains and develops its historic determination to be the best.
Maw is not a rugby man, he has no experience in the governance of the game either on or off the pitch.
On the East Coast, the 2d MAW at MCAS Cherry Point, N.
You are never supposed to eat anything larger than your head,'' noted the biologist, who once plucked a 2-pound rainbow from the maw of a bucketmouth while electrofishing specimens at Lake Casitas.
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