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  • proper noun A surname.

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Examples

  • Contacted via email, Lori Tieszen, executive director of Wines of Chile USA, says that Jose Manuel Ortega reports “devastation” in Maule and that his winery sustained some damage; Julio Bouchon of J. Bouchon, “is safe but his beautiful old winery is leveled,” Tieszen writes.

    Chilean earthquake: wineries, barrels, bottles damaged or demolished | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Contacted via email, Lori Tieszen, executive director of Wines of Chile USA, says that Jose Manuel Ortega reports “devastation” in Maule and that his winery sustained some damage; Julio Bouchon of J. Bouchon, “is safe but his beautiful old winery is leveled,” Tieszen writes.

    2010 February | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Then he told his own version of the capture and locking up of Wombo, taking blame on himself for having left the key of the hide-house in Maule's possession.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • 'Ah, but there was Jael to be reckoned with,' put in Maule softly.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • The disaster devastated cities within 100 miles of the earthquake's epicenter, a city called Maule more than 250 miles from Valparaiso.

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  • "Maule," he said, "you ought to make up your mind what you mean to do about that girl."

    Phineas Redux

  • "Maule," he said, "you ought to make up your mind what you mean to do about that girl."

    Phineas Redux

  • Maule, Chile 2010 8.8 This offshore earthquake and an ensuing tsunami killed at least 521 people and caused up to $30 billion in economic losses.

    World's Most Powerful Earthquakes

  • From here we flew an M-6 Maule Stole single-engine ski plane even farther north to the frozen North Fork of the Koyukuk River, about 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

    Richard Bangs: So, You Think That's Cold?

  • From here we flew an M-6 Maule Stole single-engine ski plane even farther north to the frozen North Fork of the Koyukuk River, about 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

    Richard Bangs: So, You Think That's Cold?

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