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Usage examples of "maam".

Bless you, maam, theres all sorts of bonds between all sorts of people.

But even then, maam, why should we be held together when thats all over--when the girls are married and the boys out in the world and in business for themselves?

Outside of the village of Maam Cross, less than a dozen people knew about her condition and few of them paid it much heed.

Sat at the top of his bulging bag: a nineteen-page deposition on his meeting with fourteen-year-old Colleen Galaher in Maam Cross.

Irish village of Maam Cross were shining through a misty curtain of gentle rain.

ROSETTI HAD ARRIVED in Maam Cross, and still the dreaded, damnable Voice was constantly with him, trying to distract him from the end of his mission, trying to drive him insane.

There was no way to connect the plagues and sickness and famines to events occurring in Rome and Maam Cross, Ireland, but all my instincts told me there had to be a link, and that we would soon know what it was.

She wandered through the deep heather of the Maam to where the great woods began that dipped to the Raden glen.

The stickies will have killed them all by now, maam, said Roges, even the one we saw on the root wall above Bottommost & The Bridgers from Bottommost were driving it down into the chasm with torches when we came that way.

Maam, I dont believe for a minute that this is a simple courtesy call.

There was no way to connect the plagues and sickness and famines to events occurring in Rome and Maam Cross, Ireland, but all my instincts told me there had to be a link, and that we would soon know what it was.

As if that were not to be enough for anyone but little headway, if any, was made in solving the wasnottobe crime cunundrum when a child of Maam, Festy King, of a family long and honourably associated with the tar and feather industries, who gave an address in old plomansch Mayo of the Saxons in the heart of a foulfamed potheen district, was subsequently haled up at the Old Bailey on the calends of Mars, under an incompatibly framed indictment of both the counts (from each equinoxious points of view, the one fellow's fetch being the other follow's person) that is to see, flying cushats out of his ouveralls and making fesses immodst his forces on the field.