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English historian noted for his works on the history of English law (1850-1906)

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Things are moving really well," said Maitland, who heads up the Mattawa-Bonfield Economic Development Corp.
Members of the NSWNMA's Maitland branch presented the second petition to their state Labor MP Jenny Aitchison.
Dr Rae was examining techniques used by Vanson and Adam de Colone when an X-ray that can penetrate paint layers picked up a lead sketch of a woman underneath the Maitland painting.
Maitland, 65, is starting a 20-week jail sentence after continuing to contact 62-year-old Jacovelli, who runs a tourist attraction known as The Maze, in the Conwy Valley.
also ouse ay e Maitland was banned from the house he lets as a holiday home alongside The Maze at Dolgarrog in the Conwy Valley, and must pay Mr Jacovelli PS200 compensation with costs of PS735.
Maitland Council will offer $5m for the upgrade, while the state government will tip in $5.
New Zealand-born Scotland wing Maitland, who travelled to Australia with the elite of British and Irish rugby in 2013, insists a Lions victory would have significant repercussions for both sides.
Maitland, 40, a cop for 18 years, said: "I'm proud of the work SCO17 (the sexual offences, exploitation and child abuse command) have done.
Maitland boarded at Eton College, which he disliked, preferring mathematics and modern languages to the classical studies then forming the staple curriculum.
He told the council that he believed the vehicle was now being driven by Maitland.
The challenge for doctors, Maitland says, is determining from what areas to take a biopsy.
Norman Maitland, director of the YCR Cancer Research Unit, and his team were the first to isolate prostate cancer stem cells in 2005.
SCOTLAND wing Sean Maitland enjoyed an "awesome" home debut as he set up one of his team's four tries against Italy in the RBS 6 Nations - and then declared their emphatic win was just the beginning for Scott Johnson's team.
SCOTLAND'S interim coach Scott Johnson insisted there was no "tokenism" about the selection of New Zealand-born wing Sean Maitland for the RBS Six Nations.
8 November 2012 a[euro]" Fund administration, multi-jurisdictional legal, tax, fiduciary and investment advisory services group Maitland International Holdings plc said on Thursday it had taken over Cayman Islands-based hedge fund administrator Admiral Administration Ltd.