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MAE

(1) (Metropolitan Area Exchange) Originally known as Metropolitan Area Ethernets, MAEs are junction points on the Internet where data are exchanged between carriers. See IXP and NAP.

(2) (Macintosh Application Environment) Earlier software from Apple that allowed Macintosh programs to run on Unix workstations under the X Window system. MAE supported AppleTalk and MacTCP, allowing Unix users to share printers, files and email with other Mac users on the network.
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Mae Eileen yn cyhuddo Jim o fod yn or-ddibynnol ar siwgr pan daw o hyd iddo'n llowcio hufen ia Cae Glas.
Mae Dylan yn digwydd dod o hyd i'r ddau ac yn achub Kelly wrth i Ed syrthio a marw.
Fannie Maes GeMS program consists of structured multifamily securities created from collateral specifically selected by Fannie Mae Capital Markets.
The Ellie Mae Millennial Tracker is a supplement to Ellie Mae's monthly Origination Insight Report, which focuses on loans that closed in a specific month and compares their characteristics to similar loans that closed three and six months earlier.
Sgorio (S4C, 10pm) Mae''r tymor pel-droed newydd wedi dechrau ac mae Sgorio yn 'l gyda chyffro byd y bel gron gan gynnwys La Liga o Sbaen.
"It's really very simple," Scipio said "Fannie Mae is in possession of stolen property, and they should give it back."
For calendar year 2008, Ginnie Mae MBS issuances stand at $246 billion, compared to $81.6 billion for the first 11 months of 2007.
A filha nos conta que a mae casou em 1945 com o homem que amava e que tinha dois anos e meio a menos que ela.
"Once a student borrower goes into default, the government pays Sallie Mae all the principal and compounded interest that have accrued," reports "60 Minutes." "The loan then passes into collection phase.
This is an excellent middle school selection, and Moses captures the details of life in Pattie Mae's family and community with an authenticity that only someone close to her own past and traditions could manage.
For the class of 2002, the most current information available, the median student debt was $16,500, according to Sallie Mae, the nation's leading provider of education funding.