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MAU

Abbreviation for:
Medical admission unit, see there
Medical assessment unit, see there
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We are also rolling out a massive afforestation programme to plant trees in the Mau and along the riparian areas of the Mara River," said Mr Tunai.
The African Wildlife Foundation, together with the Kenya Forest Service, the Community Forest Association, and other stakeholders, are reforesting areas of the Mau Forest with indigenous trees, including a forest block in the southeast section of the Complex that serves as the headwaters for the Lake Nakuru National Park.
I tell her to be a dynamic performer onstage,' Mau pointed out.
When Mau opened her page, there was a message waiting: "Welcome to the Class of 2021.
Although there is merit in exploring the Mau Mau's broader relevance, this narrow focus on an American readership neglects the wider significance of this important story.
So far, Heritage Grove has opened 117 boom accounts, Mau said.
Kenya had a new government in place, and in 2003 President Mwai Kibaki had lifted the colonial ban on the Mau Mau and issued the war veterans with a registration certificate.
In 1952, resisters of British inequality and domination launched the Mau Mau rebellion against British colonial administration (18).
Pandora's monthly active users dropped sharply in the middle of last year and have continued dropping ever since, now stagnating at around 8M MAU, under half of the 18M MAU the app had at this time last year.
Far Mau intrigued me so much I decided she would win races and started backing her - an inspired move.
A DECISION which clears the way for damages claims by three elderly Kenyan victims of torture during the Mau Mau uprising was hailed as historic yesterday.
The court ruled that three elderly Kenyans, who suffered brutal abuse at the hands of the colonialist powers during the Mau Mau rebellion of the 1950s, will be allowed to sue the British government for reparations.