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Maw
   is   
The Mouth of a Ravenous Beast
Figuratively, the entrance to anything deemed insatiable.
Junior
   is   
A Bear, Son to Maw and Paw
Maw
   is   
A Bear, Mother to Junior and Wife to Paw
Paw
   is   
A Bear, Father to Junior and Husband to Maw
Maw
   means   
The Mouth of an Animal
Mawata
   is   
Silk Cocoons That Have Been Simmered and Opened Onto a Wooden Frame
Mawsynram, India
   is the   
Rainiest Place on Earth
467.4 inches per year
1904
   Preakness Stakes winner was   
Bryn Mawr
Gene Hildebrand on board -- Trainer W. F. Presgrave -- Goughacres Stable -- 1:44.20
Big
   in Welsh is   
Mawr
Sir Douglas Mawson
   is known as an   
Explorer
Born 1882, died 1958
Achumawi
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
10 nonfluent speakers 1997. Ethnic population: 1,000
Wellesley, Vassar, Radcliffe, Bryn Mawr, Mt. Holyoke
   are all   
Seven Sisters Colleges
These are like the “women’s only Ivy League schools” and also include Smith and Barnard
Pink
   in Maori is   
Mawhero
Ammar Ibn Ali Al-Mawsili
   invented   
The Injection Syringe
(9th century), Iraq (Mesopotamia). This early syringe was a hollow glass tube that used suction to remove cataracts from his patients’ eyes.
Mawangdui
   is located in   
Changsha, China
Contained the tombs of three people from the western Han Dynasty (206 BCE - 9 CE)
John Updike
   created the character   
Ahmad Ashmawy Mulloy
Terrorist
Mawson Station, Australian Antarctic Territory Antarctica
   is at   
67°36'S 62°53'E
Australia
Gary Mawson
   had the nickname   
The Maular
Ty Mawr Wybrnant
   is located in   
Conwy
Birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, first translator of the Bible into Welsh
Mawu
   is the   
Dahomey Creator Goddess
Mawayana
   was spoken in   
Guyana
50 native speakers
Iraq
   has the anthem   
Mawtini
My Homeland






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