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Synonyms for Mace

Synonyms for Mace

(trademark) a liquid that temporarily disables a person

an official who carries a mace of office

spice made from the dried fleshy covering of the nutmeg seed

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a ceremonial staff carried as a symbol of office or authority

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Today Mace has published its 2015 figures, which sees the company increasing its annual turnover by 19% to 1.
2015 saw the Mace Group Board take proactive steps to future-proof the business, investing heavily in people and systems to improve its resilience and drive efficiencies to put the company in a strong position for continued growth.
2015 also saw the launch of the Mace Women of the Future programme to support and develop female talent across the business.
When it came down to getting a mace, I thought to myself, we can go to a company and buy one," Dr.
My idea of a mace was an old-time, medieval time war" weapon, said Lucas B.
Even in death, Mace and his wife of 61 years, Phyllis (who died in 2005) continue to support wildlife.
It was 1979 - the same year Peter Sellers earned a Best Actor nomination for his performance as Chance the gardener in "Being There" - that Mace came up with the term "watchable wildlife.
In particular, many had become frustrated with life under Somerfield and delays over the roll-out of the long-promised Somerfield at Mace fascia which failed to get past a two-store trial.
However, rival Nisa-Today's claims to have already creamed off the best 10 Mace stores available in Scotland.
Last week saw three women from Mace recognised for their high standard of performance and delivery for clients at the European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards.
Mace had eight finalists at the awards across a wide range of categories, representing the breadth of services and sectors at Mace.