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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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Mahon noted that the UV/EB coatings market continues to expand.
Mahon's insistence on the timely payment of rent, even in times of economic hardship, and his sending of notices to quit to 800 tenants hardened attitudes against him.
"He will add experience to what will be a young squad next season." Mahon added: "I'm thrilled to come back to the club that started my career.
Mahon said: "The really nice thing is the element of surprise.
Mahon now gets the chance to test himself on the biggest stage of all at Old Trafford, Highbury, Anfield and the venue where, as an affirmed Blues fan, he is probably looking forward to going the most: Villa Park.
But when a local legislative seat opened up in 2000 and friends encouraged him to run, Mahon took the plunge--with some sage advice from his father.
Heaney, Mahon, and Longley have often been thought of as something of an homogenous group; this impression is probably largely due to their early association with the Belfast 'Group', the poetry workshop begun in the mid-1960s by Philip Hobsbaum, then an energetic, young professor at Queen's University.
Mahon, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and the African American Studies Program at UCLA, takes on a topic that doesn't get much attention or airplay these days--black rock 'n' roll.
But Mahon is confident that Ryan will give College first call.
The pair struck up a close friendship during Mahon's two-month spell on loan at Ninian Park last season - and they had nicknames for each other.
According to Mahon, Universal's OLED technology does not use hazardous materials like those used in inorganic light-emitting device production.