the Maes

Maes, the

Used generically to refer to Maggie Mae, Fannie Mae, Sallie Mae, Ginnie Mae, and Munie Mae.

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Those arriving at the Maes yesterday morning were subject to having all their bags searched.
The MAES Experto Tecnico Award recognizes individuals whose ideas become the basis for technological innovation, and who push the envelope of technical and professional achievement, as distinguished by their research and development portfolio and by their patents and publications.
Maes B - the leading Welshlanguage rock and pop festival - is held on the Maes peByll from Wednesday evening onwards, and there's plenty of acoustic music in Caffi Maes B during the week, with activities held until 6pm.
The event on the Maes at Caernarfon was in memory of Bob Anderson, a respected councillor, who died two years ago.
Robert Navarro, currently project manager for flight experiments on the Altair unmanned aircraft system at NASA Dryden, was honored with the MAES Medalla de Oro (Gold Medallion) award for outstanding technical contributions and educational outreach to the Latino community.
00pm and half the drivers weren't certain which way to drive across the Maes, it is just plain dangerous
A one-way system will be in place during the event, which is being held in Llandow from August 4 to 11, to allow visitors to walk safely between the Maes and the adjacent car parks and caravan park.
THE Maes C festival at the National Eisteddfod will be staged on the Maes for the first time this year.
Gwyndaf Jones, owner of Y Castell hotel and restaurant and Copa Diner and Bar on the Maes, said: "A few businesses have objected, including local delivery firms.
Presenting the S4C programmes from the Maes is the BBC Cymru Wales team; Nia Roberts, Hanna Hopwood, Iwan Griffiths, Iolo ap Dafydd and Dewi Llwyd.