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Mam

 

an Indian people living in Guatemala and Mexico. Total population, approximately 270,000 (1969, estimate). The Mam language is related to the Mayan group. The Mam religion represents a mixture of Catholicism and strong survivals of ancient beliefs (worship of the “masters of the mountains” and the like). The chief occupations of the Mam are farming, livestock breeding, and seasonal work as hired laborers on coffee plantations.

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MAM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax- deductible to full extent of the law.
Sizes were in the range of 10-20 nm in the case of MAM-N and 20-40 nm in the case of MAM, indicating the better compatibility produced by the presence of PDMA.
At peace now with Our Lady, our Mam and our Grandma Lucy.
There's something akin to a Tatak Mam Cita in UP Diliman when it comes to kindness and graciousness.
MAM provides rights-determined access across the enterprise.
Having seen Norah's condition deteriorate, Dr Pixie suggested to Sheila that her mam would be more comfortable on the Palliative Care Unit at North Tyneside General Hospital - a dedicated facility providing specialist care for patients who may be nearing the end of life (See Page 7).
Mam was about 20 when she was finally able to pay off her grandfather's debts and escape the brothel in 1990.
BankIslami Modaraba Investments Limited (BIMIL) has ~13% equity stake in MAM.
O gwmpas y Pedwardegau byddwn yn mynd efo mam i lawr Ln Pant, tua chyfeiriad Rhiwmoel, Rhosybol - ln drol bur gul oedd honno.
The MAM contains changes to TM 9-1090-208-23-1-1, TM 9-1090-208-23-1-2, TM 9-1090-208-23-2, and IETM 1-1520-Longbow/Apache that will help pinpoint the causes of excessive M230 vibration.
I make my mam a bowl and watch her eat it - if I didn't she'd probably not bother.
The family member of interest in this study was the MAM; thus for clarity, the term mother or MAM will be substituted for the term family members in discussions of the conceptual framework.