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

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Stakeholders included organisations, institutions and individuals, and were identified through the local knowledge of the project group and the Maitland community directory.
Maitland, of Bothwell, Lanarkshire, was not available for comment.
She was born and raised in Fall River, a daughter of David and Mary (Greenwood) Maitland.
The Maitland workshop is being held at Maitland Aero Club on Saturday 7 August and starts at 09:30, while the Snowy Mountain workshop is being held at Cooma Ex-services Club on 3 August 2010 and at the Jindabyne Bowling and Sports Club on 4 August 2010, starting at 18:00.
In developing his approach, Geoff Maitland emphasised the need for the physiotherapist to understand the patient and their pain, its nature, behaviour, and irritability.
Shapiro told Maitland that he would receive money from another source, so Maitland agreed to lend the funds if the money was repaid within 24 hours, according to the complaint.
The business, which has been formed by Geoff and Elaine Maitland, their son Philip and his wife Victoria, has acquired Griffin Day Nursery in Bootle and Hearts Junior Club in Crosby.
The acquisition also increases the company's presence in Orlando to a total of five assets within the major markets including Maitland Center, downtown and Millenia for a total of 1,040,000 s/f.
Every minute, we see how we're doing, and we're judged on that basis," says Maitland, the New York City-based firm's president and chief investment officer.
The decision to shut down the INVISTA Division spandex stretch fibres personal care operations at Maitland was based on a global DuPont business strategy to streamline North American operations, to reduce costs, and to ensure the business unit's long-term viability in a highly competitive marketplace.
Teenage showman Lloyd Maitland marked his first-team debut by helping Town to a first win in seven matches.
Maitland Hyslop, a research fellow in telecommunications, resilience, recovery and disaster management at Northumbria University, was nominated by the industry for his input and influence on the development of e-commerce over the last ten years.
In the Theatre West premiere of the two-hour-plus one-person bio drama, ``James Maitland Stewart,'' actor/writer Steve Nevil eschews caricature and impressively inhabits the persona of the late movie star.
99YOU'LL know Maitland from Trevor McDonald's Tonight programme, among other things.
Roman Canon Law in Reformation England is an expanded and revised version of his Maitland Lectures, delivered at Cambridge University in 1987, and the great scholar whose name those lectures honor in a general sense posed the question to which this study is devoted.