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The word "artel," despite its apparent similarity, has, Mr Aylmer Maude assures me, no connection with "ars" or "arte.
Must pay Saxon toll on Saxon land, my proud Maude, for all your airs and graces.
I have sought you everywhere, dear Lady Maude," said he in a piping voice, springing down from his horse and holding the stirrup.
The Meriden-based agency has recruited Mr Maude, who served on the Commons' front bench for more than two decades, as its non-executive chairman, while Bruce Hutton joins as group chief executive.
Maude is not always a likeable heroine, and many of the tropes in this story--best friends growing apart when separated by college, adopted teens searching for birth parents--are familiar.
Maude, 62, who now lives in Wakefield Road, Normanton, West Yorkshire, was charged with failing to ensure suitable environment for the kittens along with a dog named Rusty, and failing to protect them from pain, suffering, injury or disease through dumping the cats and letting the dog loose.
Lord Maude and I are here to show how the UK Government can help.
It marks a return to the esplanade for a boat which, in September 1962 and with Steven's dad Bryan Maude at the helm, landed a 9.
Maude also met Javed Aslam, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, to share the British Government s experience of driving a programme of Civil Service reform, increasing public sector efficiency and improving digital service delivery.
GOVERNMENT minister Francis Maude was treated to traditional Nepalese food when he paid a short visit to Nuneaton.
In a move that will leave thousands fearing for their future, Mr Maude said: "There is more to go.
Speaking yesterday morning just a few hours before 43 riders set off from the start in Erdenesant, 280km west of capital Ulaanbaatar, 44-year-old Maude said that final preparations on the Mongolian steppe had really brought home to him the magnitude of the challenge.