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Maas,

river: see MeuseMeuse
, Du. Maas, river, c.560 mi (900 km) long, rising in the Langres Plateau, NE France and flowing N past Sedan (the head of navigation) and Charleville-Mézières into S Belgium. It is joined by the Sambre River at Namur.
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MAAS

(Metal As AService) A cloud computing provisioning tool from Canonical that was introduced in Version 12.04 LTS of the Ubuntu operating system. Using cloud functionality, MAAS manages physical servers, including newly deployed server testing, firmware updates and performance evaluation. MAAS works with Canonical's JuJu deployment software, which supports application servers, load balancing and databases. The "metal" in the name refers to "bare metal," a computer term for hardware. See Ubuntu and bare metal.
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As the alternative to marching across southern Holland, Moltke decided that the potential bottleneck in the Meuse River valley at Liege would have to be cleared at the outbreak of hostilities, which meant that Belgium would have to be invaded while the German mobilization was still under way.
Snaking their way through the narrow Ardennes roads, the Germans were bent on reaching the Meuse River without delay.
Housequake was no exception, the beats complementing the incredible views out over the New Meuse river. For those looking for a fun weekend, which mingles pleasure with exhilarating sights, Rotterdam is ideal.
In addition to animal sources, HEV genotype 3 was detected in 17% of samples studied from the Meuse River. Several studies have shown that HEV originating from pigs and humans is consistently present in sewage water (36,37), which implies that surface waters may be contaminated by sewage overflows or discharge of insufficiently treated sewage water.
Operation Greif was to be a limited effort headed by the infamous Otto Skorzeny to conduct reconnaissance, disrupt rear-area efforts, and seize bridges over the Meuse River by English-speaking German soldiers wearing American uniforms and driving American vehicles.
The Tihange site is located 95 kilometers southeast of Brussels along the Meuse River. Tihange 1 is a three-loop Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) with an electrical output of 962 MW.
Tihange is located 95 kilometers southeast of Brussels along the Meuse River. Tihange 1 is a three-loop Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) with an electrical output of 962 MW.
It connects Port of Antwerp and the Scheldt with the Meuse River in Lige.
The Lanaye facility is part of a larger EIB financing operation totalling EUR 125 million that also involved the similar new lock further south at Yvoz-Ramet inaugurated in September - as well as dredging works to deepen the Meuse river between the two locks.
This project s area contains 40 Natura 2000 sites (covering 24 566 ha) in Belgium and the Netherlands, within the basin of the Meuse River and its tributaries between Andenne and Mstricht.