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Examples from the Web for maulmain
But after their removal to Maulmain, she was restored to comparative health.Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons
Arabella W. Stuart
Maulmain was then a new city that had suddenly sprung into existence within the territory ceded to the British.Woman: Man's Equal
In Maulmain there is a prison, which holds over a thousand prisoners, many of whom have been guilty of the worst crimes.
In the timber yards both at Rangoon and at Maulmain, all the heavy work of drawing and piling the logs is done by them.
The white and black one is far the most common; it feeds apparently, in flocks: the Maulmain one is the least common.
- a variant spelling of Moulmein