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Mao

In China, a slang term for jiao, a subdivision of currency equivalent to 1/10 of a yuan.
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Mr Mahon, from Ward End, is now working on a model of Pelham II.
Lord David Alton, who served as MP for Edge Hill when Mr Mahon was a councillor, said they had been friends since he was a student.
Mahon became intimately familiar with the area during a stint as Writer in Residence at the University of Ulster, and of Portstewart, County Derry he writes fluidly and succinctly:
Kara Harris Mahon recognizes that all too often students are not focused on their future and attending college, which is why she has been travelling around giving speeches to encourage students.
An interim enforcement order was granted and Mahon was told that he could face prison if he breached it.
In 1962 Mahon proposed to his archbishop, Albert Cardinal Meyer, that Latin America was experiencing a crisis in which the church "may die or, at best, shrink to enclaves in a largely pagan continent" because of its shortage of priests, its population growth, and its rapid urbanization.
Dennis Mahon and his identical twin brother, Daniel, are now on trial in Phoenix, Arizona, for a 2004 bombing that injured a black city official and his secretary in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale.
Mahon has worked on energy curing for more than 20 years, including Sun Chemical, UCB Radcure (now Cytec Industries) and Craig Adhesives & Coatings.
In his invaluable study, The Poetry of Derek Mahon, Hugh Haughton points out that in a 1971 review of a Patricia Highsmith novel Mahon wondered 'Can a work of art be a forgery in the truest sense?
The punishment represented a serious setback for Mahon, who would have been expected to partner the cream of the stable's runners in hunter chases this year.
Mahon, whose professional career began at Prenton Park in 1995, was looking for a new club after being released by Burnley at the end of last season.
The prize - worth EUR60,000 - was presented to Mahon at a gala ceremony hosted by the British Library in London.