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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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A hapless Maidenhead were ripped apart, Johnson finishing a great move involving McLaughlin and Rees Greenwood on the hour.
When you look at it, I earn from working full-time, playing at Maidenhead and I would have had to stay in Coventry for a good part of the week.
I just want to be part of a Maidenhead side that is more competitive next season, and not finish fourth.
THE NEIGHBOURHOOD It's ideally situated for a visit to Henley Regatta, Ascot Racecourse and Windsor Castle and is beside Maidenhead golf club.
May, who is in charge of immigration, is pictured on the website of the Innovation cutting a ribbon for its official opening in her constituency in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
MAIDENHEAD UTD 1 ALDERSHOT 1 MICHAEL RANKINE came off the bench to spare Aldershot's blushes and disappoint FA Cup romantics.
Meanwhile tickets will go on sale at Saturday's home Conference South clash against Maidenhead.
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30pm to declare the Spytty Park-pitch playable and County made light of the conditions to give a masterclass in precision passing, with the pace of their game leaving Maidenhead chasing shadows.
County then took their foot off the gas and Maidenhead scored a consolation goal through Sam Collins.
Maidenhead took the lead just three minutes into the second half when Sam Collins met a cross from the right wing and fired the ball past Jake Meredith.