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MAI

Member, Appraisal Institute; a designation awarded to appraisers who meet stringent educational,testing,and experience requirements imposed by the Appraisal Institute.

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In the 16th-18th centuries the masculine article became fixed to the month name: ein maie, whereas the feminine article became a feature of the noun for holiday birch etc.: eine meye (meie, maie, maye) (Kluge 2002: 454-455).
I meane to ioyne to eithere of my Sonnes some one of those whose longe approved faithe & wysdome tryed maie well assure my harte that myninge frawd shall fynde no waie to creepe into their fenced [ye] eares with grave advyse.
It was supervised by Maie Omar Binladin, the deputy head of social responsibility at CPC, a statement from the company said.
Dunque, l'<<onore>>, com'e inteso nelle societa moderne, <<e nulla>>, e l'<<opinion pubblica>> -- afferma nella sesta nota al Discorso -- e <<di niun conto>>, perche e <<incerta e senza regola; incostante nei principii e nelle applicazioni; varia e mutabile ogni giorno intorno a uno stesso individuo, a una stessa azione, o qualita; le piu volte ingiusta, favorevole al maie e a' mali, contraria al bene e a' buoni>>.
R.I.P Nan.) - Love Kerry, Paul, Rachel, Ellisia, Francis and Lily- Maie x HAYBALL - ROBERT DAVID, March 14th, 2012.
Some members of the ASSA Council attended, including Lia Labuschagne, Case Rijsdijk and Maie Hoffman.
(1996), 'International Differences in Maie Wage Inequality: Institutions versus Market Forces', Journal of Political Economy, vol.
(1.) Manet's blacks are central to his painting, emerging often in representations of clothing, maie and female: Breakfast in the Studio: The Black Jacket, 1868; Berthe Morisot in Black Hat, 1872; and the barmaid's dress in Un bar aux Folies-Bergere, 1882.
I had a wee pig, and I loved it well, I fed my pig on yonder hill; My pig, squeakie, squeakie, My cat, cheetie, cheetie, My dog, bouffie, bouffie, My sheep, maie, maie, My duck, wheetie, wheetie, My hen, chuckie, chuckie, My cock, lily-cock, lily-cock, coo; Every one loves their cock, why should not I love my cock too?
Unlike the heroic or rural baths, the bania in Riazanov's play and film highlights another sort of postwar Soviet masculinity, defined by maie camaraderie and conversation.