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Maund

An obsolete Indian unit of weight variously equivalent to values between 15 and 50 kilograms.
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Many of these friends have become part of our family,” says James Dimeo, owner of Charles Maund Toyota.
Lots of people over the years have said they've seen the ghost of a young child sitting in the corner, so it's widely believed to be him," added Mr Maund.
After sending out numerous inquiries around the Gore Bay vicinity for lodging, Maund received an e-mail back from a proprietor eager for his business.
But pounds 300,000 lottery winner Maund was finally arrested last August.
CRUCIAL VICTORY: Maureen Tims, Di Thurlbeck, Di Medhurst and Gill Maund earned a 22-13 win against Dorset in the Johns Trophy.
com)-- Charles Maund Toyota is a proud partner of the Prius Project, a 10 year philanthropic campaign benefitting the AIDS Services of Austin.
Gang members also convicted: Aiden Maund, 20, Craig Clarke, 30, Karl Gallagher, 23, and 27-year-old Kieran Murray, all from Birmingham, were jailed for conspiracy to commit robbery at three properties.
The KCA revised the spot rate upward by Rs 150 per maund to Rs 6,900 per maund while physical prices hovered around Rs 7,365 per maund, floor brokers said.
The cotton rates in Punjab slashed by Rs300 to Rs6500 per maund while in Sindh the price stood at Rs6100 per maund.
The ceremony included a religious service and the cutting of a traditional commissioning cake by Mrs Andrea Hopper, wife of commanding officer Commander Simon Hopper, along with the youngest member of the 40-strong ship's company, Able Seaman David Maund, 22.
Icon director Martyn Maund, a former officer in the Cheshire Regiment, said all six walkers had succeeded in reaching the peak in creditable times.
After a hard fought game Janet Scott with Gill Maund and Dianne Green (Sherwood Park) won the Triples eventually beating Jenny Corn, Jacqui Cook and Margaret Grosvenor (Lillington) 18-12.