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maim

(mām) [ME. maymen, to cripple]
1. To injure seriously; to disable.
2. To deprive of the use of a part, such as an arm or leg.
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Drug accountability must be maintained, with logs updated on an ongoing basis, corrections made in the right maimer, and unused or empty containers retained.
Specific objectives in this context are to: (i) preserve fiscal space fir poverty reduction; (ii) promote efficiency, transparency and accountability in the use of public resources; and (iii) improve the investment climate through provision of electricity in a fiscally sustainable maimer.
In line with recent accounts, Maimer places due emphasis on local or indigenous process and innovation in accounting for social and economic transformation.
Even here the axes, irrespective of the period of origin, tend to use beach pebbles as blanks for manufacture, though Knowles found some blanks which had been chipped in a maimer reminiscent of those found at Rosses Point.
Pamela Foohey, an associate professor at Indiana University Maimer School of Law, agreed but added that because the settlement includes some $16 million from the cemetery trust fund, $3 million of it a loan to the archdiocese, the money was included in the plan for settlement.
It has now emerged that our loveable local dentist and lion maimer wanted to kill an elephant too.
The Authority is seeking proposals from qualified, licensed and bonded entities to provide in a satisfactory and proper maimer ail the necessary services required under this solicitation.