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  • Many peoble express great height with the word Mam.

    In His Own Write

  • You have to win Mam, for the sake of history, for the sake of millions of strong women like you waiting for their turn in history, you are strong capable and real leader, you should not conceed for a lightweight mideocre politian just cos he is black or can read few speeches very well ..

    Clinton: 'This is Puerto Rico's time'

  • Some of the children called her Mam or Ma, and one little raven-haired girl named Cornelia insisted that Isabelle was Dorie Malone from down Drumanoo way.

    Falling In

  • Indeed, for a time, the term Mam never appeared in any government documents.

    Did you know? In Chiapas, Mexico's Mam turn to organic farming

  • Indeed, for a time, the term Mam never appeared in any government documents.

    Did you know? In Chiapas, Mexico's Mam turn to organic farming

  • Some of the children called her Mam or Ma, and one little raven-haired girl named Cornelia insisted that Isabelle was Dorie Malone from down Drumanoo way.

    Falling In

  • Indeed, for a time, the term Mam never appeared in any government documents.

    Did you know? In Chiapas, Mexico's Mam turn to organic farming

  • The Eastern Cape government in a statement said Hani, fondly known as Mam 'Hani, died at Sabalele village near Queenstown after a short illness.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Bubba, I called your Mam, Maammm, (Mom) on the way down here to see if she was available on Friday to be a witness.

    Kevin Charnas

  • Feliks was seated next to a French lady in her forties, referred to as Mam'selle, who served as Lubomirska's secretary but not her confidante, and this woman liked to talk, so that during this gala evening and on the days following he learned much about his hostess:

    Poland

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