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Maise a.k.a. Maisy Ho Chiu Ha is the daughter of Stanley Ho and Lucina Laam King Ying.

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Google previewOECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2009 (2009)

by OECD, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Maise is an important animal feed and food staple, an excellent source of carbohydrates but low in protein. The most important advance in the cultivation of corn was the introduction of hybrids in the early 1930s. Figure 3.6 plots actual corn ...

Google previewVoyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, and Egypt (1811)

In the Years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806 by George Annesley Earl of Mountnorris

Maise is a liquor made of honey, fermented with barley, and strengthened with a bitter root called taddo; it is called hydromel by Bruce, and mead by Poncet: the latter has accurately described the process of making it. (Vide note page 218 in ...

Google previewVoyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, and Eqypt in the Years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806 (1809)

In three volumes. Vol. I. [-III.]. by George Annesley Earl of Mountnorris

Maise is a liquor made of honey, fermented with barley, and strengthened with a bitter root called taddo; it is called hydromel by Bruce, and mead by Poncet: the latter has accurately described the process of making it. (Wide note page 218 in ...

Google previewThe Educational IRISH-ENGLISH Pronouncing Dictionary (2012)

by David R Smith

Maise, (mo-shě), f., id., comeliness, grace, beauty ; fé m., in happiness. Ṁaise ! (vǔ~ishǐ), interj., well ! indeed ! also maise. Maisiġ, (mosh-ig) [-ee], v., adorn, ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1808)

Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers by John Jamieson

To MEISE, MAIse, v. n. To incorporate, to unite into one mass. Different substances are said to maise, when, in consequence of ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1848)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

MAISE, mase, s. (maise, food, Irish.) Indian corn | MAISTER.—See Master. MAJESTATIc.—See Majestic. MAJESTIC, ma-jes'tik, a. MAJESTICAL, majes'te- kal, a. Majestic.—Seldom principal land, as opposed to an isle. Mainkeel, the principal ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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