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maid·en·head

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

maidenhead

(mād′n-hĕd′)
n.
1. Archaic The condition or quality of being a maiden; virginity.
2. The hymen.
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The completion of the project will coincide with the start of Crossrail services in Maidenhead in 2019.
We have a significant presence in Maidenhead with a number of racks there, and we host several of our clients at this campus," says Simon Mewett, CEO, C4L.
Income and deprivation between the two areas, which is underlined by the fact that in Newcastle 57% of council taxpayers are in the lowest band, in Windsor& Maidenhead it's 3% and unemployment here is four times greater
MAIDENHEAD RETAILER SUITABILITY 1 Waitrose 86% 2 Sainsbury's 75% WINNER 3 Tesco 56% 4 Morrisons 38% 5 Asda 36% MAIDENHEAD SHOPPER TYPES THIS STORE TYPICAL SAINSBURY'S Wealthy achievers 42% 27% Urban prosperous 14% 17% Comfortably off 28% 31% Moderate means 4% 12% Hard-pressed 12% 12% Source: Analysis by CACI.
Danny Rose scored a spectacular third in the 67th minute and substitute Scott Rogers matched him five minutes later before Maidenhead grabbed a flattering consolation goal in the 74th minute.
The company has selected Maidenhead Daihatsu ad Daihatsu, a Coleshill-based importer, to set up eight new dealers so far this year, and aims to increase this number to an eventual 140 showrooms.
Histon clearly did not have the Cuptie on their mind at Maidenhead, taking the lead after just 39 seconds when Matty Haniver scored from 15 yards after Jamie Barker had flicked on Adie Cambridge's throw.
He was bailed to return to Maidenhead police station on August 11
Maybe because that name was too redolent of fast open sports cars bowling down to Maidenhead and Gussie Fink-Nottles, spats and strangled, chinless vowels.
Just a few months into the new job Sita announced a restructure with plans to move Mrs Hope's job to Maidenhead.
McGraw-Hill Education (New York; Maidenhead, UK) has acquired Open University Press (Buckingham, UK), a publisher of social science books and related materials for academic markets worldwide.