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MAROMid-Atlantic Regional Office
MAROMass Atrocity Response Operation
MAROMunicipal Agrarian Reform Officer
MAROMichigan Association of Rehabilitation Organizations
MAROMonths After Receipt of Order
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The repairs completed, old Marheyo gave me a paternal hug; and divesting himself of his 'maro' (girdle), swathed the calico about his loins, and slipping the beloved ornaments into his ears, grasped his spear and sallied out of the house, like a valiant Templar arrayed in a new and costly suit of armour.
The men wore the maro, a band one foot in width and several feet in length, swathed round the loins, and formed of tappa, or cloth of bark; the kihei, or mantle, about six feet square, tied in a knot over one shoulder, passed under the opposite arm, so as to leave it bare, and falling in graceful folds before and behind, to the knee, so as to bear some resemblance to a Roman toga.
44: Maro (56), whose father, it is said, Hesiod relates to have been Euanthes the son of Oenopion, the son of Dionysus.
The Maro is an office under the PCOO in charge of dealing with media and coordinating media coverage of all the President's events and activities.
Poetry-loving Maro, who won a sports scholarship to top public school Harrow, is described as a "sponsor's dream".
The Army's Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute's MARO Mass Atrocity Response Operations: A Military Planning Handbook defines MARO as, "a contingency operation to halt the widespread and systematic use of violence by state or non-state armed groups against non-combatants."
Maro bought the land to build a 50-storey luxury apartments tower.
Advanta's Ian Misselbrook said, "Maro is a large-leaved intermediate flowering clover.
'We're happy to play again in our nest in Tagum and we expect tomorrow to be a very good match between the two teams,' said Maro.
Although the planning committee has twice rejected Maro's plans, Lady Doreen backed it last time after being satisfied that 60 tenants would be offered new homes or relocation packages.
Maro, owned by Matalan boss John Hargreaves, was denied permission to build its tower twice on the grounds that it would jeopardise the future of the 60 original small firms.
Despite that, Maro said the Philippines will have a very strong chance of winning in the 8:30 p.m.