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, Fr. Malines, commune (1991 est. pop. 75,000), Antwerp prov., N central Belgium, on the Dijle River. In English it is also known as Mechlin. It is a commercial, industrial, and transportation center and was formerly a famous lace-making center.
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, Belgium.
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Bobbin lace which has a design outlined by a lustrous thread on a fine six-sided mesh ground.
A sheer, hexagonal-mesh fabric. Also known as tulle.
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I counted 18 canisters of CS gas being fired among the protesters who fled the Maline Creek stronghold close to Canfield Drive where Michael had been killed.
Mohammed Maline, a Tuareg tribal chief and president of the Union of Artisans in Timbuktu, and his interpreter stood out among the showground crowds in their brightly-coloured robes and headdresses.
"I became a maline to protect the Constitution and to protect innocent people--and thousands and thousands of people are being slaughtered for an economic and political agenda," he says with sadness in his eyes.
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Until his death in 1986, Flor Peeters had been organist of Maline Cathedral for more than 50 years.
"Particularly, Maline Wendt, who rides him every day.
THIS year's 43rd annual 'Very Good with Onions' Award for the biggest load of tripe produced within the racing community was pretty much wrapped up last week by one Marty Maline, whose published views on rampant drug use in American racing bordered on the barmy.