Origin of mae
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How to use mae in a sentence
Then Maes was caught fudging about his record as a police officer.
“McInnis was imploding in July, Maes was imploding in August,” Buchanan said.
First, likely GOP nominee Scott McInnis got caught in a plagiarism scandal and fell to Dan Maes, a Tea Party-backed candidate.
And Colorado Republicans nominated businessman Don Maes to take on Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper for governor.
It weighed scarce one maes, or nine diezmos, of the fineness of eighteen or nineteen carats, alloyed with silver.
Ten diezmos make one maes of the same gold of the above standard.
The gold weighs two maes four diezmos of twenty-two carats fine.
The gold weighs one maes two diezmos of eighteen or nineteen carats fine.
My object is to alter our route, by proceeding directly by the left bank of the Maes to Liege, instead of crossing at Namur.Quentin Durward|Sir Walter Scott