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maza

An obsolete term for placenta (from Greek for barley bread).
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Lola's research reveals that, after Mazas' escape, an unknown young Republican soldier (played by Alberto Ferreiro in B&W flashbacks) had Mazas at gunpoint but let him escape.
Sub centre Jack Isaac then dashed under the sticks for try No.4, giving Mazas an easy kick.
But they lost another before the break to Jean-Emmanuel Casses, with Mazas again landing the extra points.
And within seconds substitute centre Jack Isaac dashed under the crossbar for home try No4 - and giving Mazas an easy kick in the process.
Much to the chagrin of incompetent agents Filemon (Pepe Viyuela) and his sidekick, master of disguise Mortadelo (Benito Pocino), their boss (Mariano Venenciano) hires super-agent Fredy Mazas (Pinon) to recover the gas.
The French side also made better use of the ball, and were unlucky that Mazas and Cedric Heymans both knocked on in promising try-scoring positions in the first half.