Maun


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Maun

In Islamic law, a small item one may lend to another person. For example, one may lend a book to a friend. Ariyah is the practice of lending a maun.
References in classic literature ?
A man maun leave fether and mother (I'm yer fether), and cleave to his wife.
I maun joost see that the cook's;'s dune her duty--the creatures are no' capable o' decidin' that knotty point for their ain selves.
I wasna in the way when ye cam' here, or I suld ha' made bauld to ask ye the question which I maun e'en ask noo.
Sine as ye brew, my maiden fair, Keep mind that ye maun drink the yill.
King George is to whistle for his rents; he maun dow with less; he can spread his butter thinner: what cares Red Colin?
Maun Airport expansion project would enable the airport to receive increasing numbers of the air travellers until the year 2030.
Passed away on 12th September 2015, aged 84 years, at Maun View Residential Home, Mansfield.
The champion of ' mann ki baat' appears have retreated into a maun vrat ( vow of silence)," Sonia said at a strategy session with her party members before the allparty meeting.
Jason Singleton, 39, of Maun Close, Retford, Nottingham, also pleaded guilty in April to the conspiracy charge and possessing the Class B drug amphetamine with intent to supply on October 29 last year.
BOK Financial (NASDAQ: BOKF), a USD29bn regional financial services company based in Tulsa, Okla, has said that it has named Marc Maun as the company's next chief credit officer.
Following the scrum, some good passing resulted in an easy try for Danny Maun in the corner.
Routes operated include Gaborone - Cape Town, Gaborone - Harare, Gaborone - Johannesburg, Gaborone - Lusaka, Maun - Johannesburg, Maun - Cape Town, Kasane - Johannesburg and Francistown - Johannesburg.