MADEN


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Maden may have briefly allowed himself to dream of an outrageous upset when he twice broke to level at 3-3 and then 4-4 in the third set, but Nadal put him back in his place with two quick games to seal victory.
The Spaniard, playing on his familiar territory of clay, was in an impeccable form on the court, making attacking moves from the very start of the match forcing Maden to play out of his comfort zone.
"(Keith) Maden had no idea when he left the hotel to get some food that he was taking his last steps, thanks to Ali's violent actions."
Hod Maden's proven and probable mineral reserves stand at 2.61 million oz of gold and 129,000 mt of copper.
Maden's son was born in May and was only released from hospital a week ago, Kirklees magistrates heard.
Former head of the high-security psychiatric hospital Tony Maden said the institute keeps patients such as Peter Sutcliffe because of their celebrity.
Sheffield's Liam Higgins and Leigh's Steve Maden were dismissed for throwing a flurry of second-half punches.
Maden got in the ring at age 11, which made her more disciplined--and offered an outlet for her extra energy.
1.Emin Maden, MD, Assistant Professor, 2.Turgut Teke, MD, Assistant Professor, 3.Kursat Uzun, MD, Professor, 1-3: Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Selcuk University Meram Medical Faculty, Konya, Turkey.
Maden then drugged and bound his unsuspecting niece before acting out his sick fantasies.
Tia, the daughter of Maden's sister, Lynne Rigg, was subjected to horrifying sexual injuries with a broom handle before being stabbed and strangled with a guitar wire.
ESKISEHIR, Mar 9, 2011 (TUR) -- Eti Maden, Turkey's largest state-run boron producer aims to receive $650 million in profit in 2011, the company's director general said.