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Mai's appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Level Siamese botanist foliages sap milk rats assess; a stark limp assegai lofts in at obese Mai’s level.
  • "Hey, as I trade no pederast in fine drag, Siamese boys mulch clumsy obese Mai’s garden if nits are deponed art," I say, eh?
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People

  1. Mai's a.k.a. Anais Caradeux: Anais Caradeux is a freestyle skier.
    • also known as Anaïs Caradeux, Anais Caradeux, Frenchie, Mais
    • born on (24 years ago) in Aix-les-Bains
    • ethnicity: French people
    • nationality: France
    • profession: Freestyle skier, athlete
  2. Mai's a.k.a. Andrey Moiseyev: Andrey Sergeyevich Moiseyev is a Russian pentathlete, who won the gold medal in the modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics.
    • also known as Andrew S. Moses, Andrei Moiseev, Mais
    • born on (36 years ago) in Rostov-on-Don
    • nationality: Russia
    • profession: Athlete
    • Marriage with Victoria Moiseev
    • some of the medals:
      • 2004 Summer Olympics
        • Gold medal for Russia in Modern Pentathlon - Men's Individual
      • 2008 Summer Olympics
        • Gold medal for Russia in Modern pentathlon - Men's Individual

Music

"Mai's" a.k.a. "Mais" is an album by Brazilian singer Marisa Monte, released in 1991. It reached number one in Brasil Hot 100 Airplay.

  • released in (24 years ago)

Place

Mai's a.k.a. Mais, or Maia, in Cumbria, England was a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall, and was the last fort at the western end of the Wall.

Miscellanea

Mai's: Mai's is a Vietnamese restaurant in Houston, Texas that first opened in 1978.

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Tarot Dictionary and Compendium

Students of the tarot will call this the reference book of the century! Includes basic definitions of the cards, correspondences (with esoterica, gemstones, runes, astrology, Huna, color, essences, mythology, and language), and a short section describing basic layouts. Jana Riley (a superlative researcher in the world of esoteric study) has quoted card definitions from major authors to provide succinct definitions of each card in the deck. Readers will gain new insights into card interpretation and how different teachers approach the tarot.Riley has collected material from major authors (both modern and traditional) in order to provide definitions of each card in the deck. Many of these authors also offer great number of decks, ranging from the wellknown Waite, Crowely Thoth, and Wirth decks, to the more modern, such as The William Blake Tarot of Creative Imagination, Tarot of the Spirit, Motherpeace Round Tarot, Shining Woman Tarot, The Mythic Tarot, The Merlin Tarot, The Dreampower Deck, The Barbara Walker Tarot, The Voyager Tarot. This the first time that students of tarot symbolism can combine card meanings from such an eclectic group of experts. This book is destined to become an invaluable resource for all interested in the tarot! - 320 pages

Magic Words; A Dictionary

Magic Words: A Dictionary is a one-of-a-kind resource for armchair linguists, pop-culture enthusiasts, Pagans, Wiccans, magicians, and trivia nuts alike. Brimming with the most intriguing magic words and phrases from around the world and illustrated throughout with magical symbols and icons, Magic Words is a dictionary like no other. More than seven-hundred essay style entries describe the origins of magical words as well as historical and popular variations and fascinating trivia. With sources ranging from ancient Medieval alchemists to modern stage magicians, necromancers, and wizards of legend to miracle workers throughout time, Magic Words is a must have for any scholar of magic, language, history, and culture. - 360 pages

Kant Dictionary

The material contained in this dictionary is designed to provide a concise tool of penetration into Kant's system of thought, a system that by virtue of its complexity and linguistic difficulties has long been almost the exclusive property of scholars. Professor Stockhammer has extracted from the vast body of Kant's literature the essential concepts, terms, meanings and definitions of his system, and has arranged them in such a way as to give a clear exposition of Kant's dualistic philosophy.

The author, a Viennese Doctor of Philosophy, is one of the eminent Kantians of our time and author of many works in the field.

The Kant Dictionary is an extensive collaboration of Kant's philosophy by Morris Stockhammer. Morris Stockhammer is a Professor and a Viennese Doctor of Philosophy. Professor Stockhammer has extracted from the vast body of Kant's literature the essential concepts, terms, meanings and definitions of his system and has arranged them in such a way as to give a clear expositon of Kant's dualistic philosophy. - 295 pages

Zen Dictionary

Ernest Wood has taken an interest in Zen since writing his first article on the subject for a Shanghai magazine when he was in Japan in 1920. This book gives a clear picture of Zen ideas, history, and biography of the growth of Zen in China and Japan.

Professor Ernest Egerton Wood (* 18 August 1883 in Manchester, England;+ 17 September 1965 in Houston, United States) was a noted yogi, theosophist and author of numerous books, including Concentration - An Approach to Meditation and Yoga. He was also a Sanskrit scholar. Wood received his education at the Manchester College of Technology, where he studied chemistry, physics and geology. Because of an early interest in Buddhism and Yoga, he also started to learn the Sanskrit language. - 291 pages

Aristotle Dictionary

At long last a comprehensive tool in English for a better understanding of the most basic terms in Aristotle's philosophy. Interested readers, students and scholars of philosophy and of the general intellectual background of Western culture need no longer be handicapped by a lack of knowledge of Greek and Latin. A careful comparison of the original Greek, medieval and Renaissance Latin translations and a reappraisal of English usage make this work a definitive source for the precise grasp of what has been the historical Aristotle as far as the documents permit one to judge.

Third Printing - 733 pages

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