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maid·en·head

(mā'den-hed),
Obsolete but still colloquial term for the intact hymen of a virgin.
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maidenhead

(mād′n-hĕd′)
n.
1. Archaic The condition or quality of being a maiden; virginity.
2. The hymen.
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Maidenhead should have doubled their lead before the Dragons found themselves back level on the scoreboard.
In a letter to the cafe in Warren Row, nearMaidenhead, sent last month, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead said: "Cyclists are welcome to use the facilities at the cafe but must not arrange organised meets that start, end or stop off at the cafe.
"It was chalk and cheese but again we've given a team a head start." Gateshead hadn't lost at home since the end of September and paid the price for an inept 45 minutes against an ordinary Maidenhead outfit.
Ryan Bird and Harold Odamatey went close for Maidenhead before Clerima found the far corner from James Comley's cross.
The second half was more even with Maidenhead twice going close in the space of as many minutes around the hour with Christian Smith forcing a good save from Boot before Harold Odametey had an effort cleared off the line by Moors skipper Kyle Storer.
MAIDENHEAD (4-2-3-1): Pentney; Clerima, Obileye, Massey, Steer; Comley (Alves 68), Smith; Owusu (Kelly 77), Odameley Worsfold; Bird (Clifton 77).
"We've got Salford and Dover at home this week and want to build on the encouraging performance at Maidenhead."
"In Maidenhead, the current defined affordable housing - which is based on inflated market rates - is particularly unfair on ordinary working people."
In the FA Trophy, STOCKPORT COUNTY are in the draw for the fourth round after they drew 1-1 at Maidenhead United.
TRANMERE'S quest for National League promotion saw them close the gap on the top spot to just five points after an enthralling 3-2 win over Maidenhead. In truth, they could have put the game to bed before half time, but that would not be the Rovers way as goals from James Norwood, Josh Ginnelly and Jeff Hughes got them over the line.
Woking manager Anthony Limbrick was impressed with the performance of debutant goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott, on loan from Bristol City, who stood in for injured Chelsea youngster Nathan Baxter in Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Maidenhead United.
Maidenhead United striker Dave Tarpey set a record last season for the most goals scored in a National League South season as his side bid for promotion.