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Never
   in Italian is   
Mai
Meglio Tardi Che Mai
   means   
Better Late Than Never
Seychelles
   is the site of   
Vallée De Mai Nature Reserve
Come Here
   in Maori is   
Haere Mai
Look at Me
   in Maori is   
Titiro Mai
Pronunciation: i = ea as in eat, o = or, ai = eye
Listen to Me
   in Maori is   
Whakarongo Mai
Pronunciation: a = ar as in car, o = or, wh = f, ng as in sing, ai = eye
Return
   in Maori is   
Hoki Mai
Pronunciation: ai = eye
Only Two Can Play (1962)
   starred   
Peter Sellers, Mai Zetterling and Virginia Maskell
Director: Sidney Gilliat. Also starred Richard Attenborough, David Davies & Kenneth Griffith. Plot: John Lewis (Sellers) is bored by his librarian's job and henpecked at home. Then Liz (Zetterling), wife of a local counciller, sets her sights on him. But this is risky stuff in a Welsh valleys town - if he and Liz ever manage to consummate their affair, that is.
Mai
   is the elvish word for   
Well
Chiang Mai
   is at   
18°47'N 98°59'E
Thailand
The Bad Lord Byron (1949)
   starred   
Dennis Price, Mai Zetterling and Joan Greenwood
Director: David MacDonald. Also starred Linden Travers, Sonia Holm & Raymond Lovell
Serse
   features the aria   
"Ombra Mai Fù"
Handel; mezzo-soprano aria
Excuse Me
   in Hawaiian is   
Kala Mai Ia’u
Welcome
   in Hawaiian is   
E Komo Mai
Tancredi
   features the duet   
Ah Come Mai Quell'anima
Duet with contralto Tancredi and coloratura soprano Amenaide; Rossini opera
Seychelles
   is the location of   
Vallée De Mai Nature Reserve
Chiang Mai
   was formerly the capital of   
Thailand
Annexed by Siam, 1259 - 1939
Mai
      
Tai
White rum, dark rum, Curacao, Orgeat syrup and lime juice.
Jamaica
   has the anthem   
Jamaica, Land We Love
Merman
   the female equivalent is   
Mermaid
Legendary sea creature with a man's/woman's upper body and a fish tail.
Email
   in Creole is   
Imel
Postman
   in American would be   
Mailman
E-mail
   in Spanish is   
Correo Electrónico
Castlemaine XXXX
   used the slogan   
"Australians Wouldn't Give a XXXX for Anything Else"
Maurice Lemaire Tunnel
   is located in   
France
6.8 km
JA
   is the international car registration for   
Jamaica
Bob Marley and the Wailers
   come from   
Jamaica
Jamaica
   is situated in   
The Caribbean
'phishing'
   means   
A Scam in Which an E-mail User is Duped Into Revealing Personal or Confidential Information
Then used illicitly by the scammer
Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Metallica
   are all   
Heavy Metal Bands
Others include Black Sabbath, Rush and Dio
Australia
   is the location of   
Main Range National Park
Dardic, Indic, Slavic, Aramaic
   are all   
Language Groups
Street
   is missing from the title of   
Exile On Main ___
The Rolling Stones (1972)
The Human Beast
   was the English title of   
La Bête Humaine
1938; directed by Jean Renoir
Jamaica
   belongs to   
Jamaica
4,244 sq. mi.
Cremains
   is a combination of   
Cremate and Remains
High Street
   in American would be   
Main Street
E-mail
   in Welsh is   
E-bost
House
   in French is   
Maison
Mailman
   in German is   
Postbote
Georges Simenon
   wrote   
My Friend Maigret
1949
Under the Sea
   comes from the musical   
The Little Mermaid
Saffron, Maize, Goldenrod, Lemon Chiffon
   are all   
Shades of Yellow
Bailiff
   is defined as   
A Court Official Who Maintains Order in the Court
Alos assists the jury. Usually classified as a peace officer and usually wearing a uniform. Sometimes as a deputy sheriff or marshal
.jm
   internet domain is used by   
Jamaica
Fossil
   means   
Remains or Imprint of Ancient Life
Remnants of an organism embedded geologically. Leaves observed in rock faces are fossils
Under The Sea
   featured in the film   
The Little Mermaid (1989)
"We got no troubles, life is the bubbles, under the sea"
"Il Y a Toujours Du Bon Dans La Folie Humaine"
   means   
There is Always Some Good in Human Craziness
Auguste Villiers de L'Isle-Adam
Jamaican Blue Mountain
   is grown in   
Jamaica






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