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MAD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Moroccan Dirham.

MAD

ISO 4217 code for the Moroccan dirham. It was introduced in 1960, replacing the Moroccan franc. It is illegal to export locally circulating dirhams.
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And although Camra organiser Mick Madder admitted he would be sad to have to leave the ground, he pledged to begin the search for a new venue as soon as possible.
I've never been madder in my entire life than I was when I arrived," said Turner, who has complained officially to the Australasian PGA tour.
Mr Madder added: "It is sad the only place people are going to get a good choice of beers in 2000 is at a Camra festival because they are being edged out of pubs.
Midway, the set slumped slightly, probably due to the Madder preference for slow numbers.
Mick Madder, spokesman for Coventry and North Warwickshire branch, said: "Less than 10 years' ago, there was not a single brewery in Warwickshire.
New York's mournful Madder Rose always aimed high, but sometimes had a hard time pulling off classic pop.
Mick Madder, Coventry Camra press officer, said: ''It is a new venue and we believe we can go from strength to strength and make Coventry's festival one of the best in the country.
Paul Crawford, 74, was angry with his neighbor's children for playing on his dock on Big Sauk Lake, and grew madder because he thought they had removed a stake planted by the surveyor he had hired to establish where the property line lay, Sheriff David Kircher said.
In the fourth, Harris saw a lot more complaining than concentration - then got even madder after picking up a stat sheet that showed Person, a 3-point specialist, having collected 17 rebounds to the Lakers' 34 overall.
Mick Madder, spokesman for Camra's Coventry and North Warwickshire branch, said: ``This is absolutely wonderful.
It's the case of the missing television sets, and the whole thing's got the speaker of the Assembly madder than a couch potato with a broken remote control.