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maul

1. a heavy two-handed hammer suitable for driving piles, wedges, etc.
2. Rugby a loose scrum that forms around a player who is holding the ball and on his feet

maul

[mȯl]
(engineering)

maul, mall

maul
1. A heavy, wooden mallet. 2.See beetle.
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The measure is intended to give a clear signal to the irrigators of the Maule region, around which their rights will not be affected on the occasion of the administration's actions.
His defence agent, Lynn Bentley, said Maule would co-operate fully with the court-ordered supervision and claimed he had a medical condition which could be "life-threatening" if not treated properly.
The practice of sticking with what has worked and only making design changes after due deliberation, are two reasons Maule has managed to keep the prices of its new airplanes among the lowest on the market--as Brent Maule told us, "On a per-seat basis, our airplanes are the least expensive production STOL planes you can buy." The company's native conservatism means competitive pricing, but it also means that those who want a glass panel and the latest gee-whiz gimmicks will have to look elsewhere.
In a dramatic finish Maule stretched over for the fourth try, but McKeon scored Connacht's fourth.
The family name remains wellknown in Wooler and when Hamish Dunn, owner of a local antique shop opposite where the Maule family's premises used to be, learned that a nearby antique dealer had chanced upon a barometer which bore an engraved plate reading "I.
"It was nice at the time, but I would have definitely swapped it for a victory," said Maule.
Parc y Scarlets has been a big factor in their success and Maule admits he was disappointed with the way they ended the season there last year.
Mr Maule is heartened by the council's decision to refuse permission for two 47.5m high windmills at Grange Ash Farm in Grange Moor two months ago.
A graduate of Lincoln Barber College, Maule worked and owned his own barbershop for 47 years in Wisconsin.
Maule's horrified wife Katie, 24, found them when she opened the box at home.
The magnetic field data analyzed by Fox Maule and her colleagues were gathered by a Danish satellite that orbits at an altitude of about 750 km and a German craft that swoops over Antarctica at a height of 400 km.
Let's look at CMPC's Maule mill project to answer that question.