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Definition of Maziness

Maziness
Maziness Ma"zi*ness, n. The state or quality of being mazy.

Meaning of Maziness from wikipedia

- Falnuée Castle, currently a golf clubhouse, is located in Mazy. "Mazy Map — Satellite Images of Mazy". MapLandia.com. Retrieved August 2014. Check date values...
- proximity without losing possession is sometimes described as making a mazy run or mazy dribble. Drop ball: method used to restart a game, sometimes when a...
- Noir de Mazy is the only Belgian black (Devonian/Frasnian) limestone (see:Noir Belge) that is still exploited today. It is named after the quarry in the...
- Leon Maximilien Joseph Mazy (December 30, 1860 – March 20, 1938), commonly known as Leon Mazy, was a proiment fresco painter born in Malonne, County of...
- protagonists, gripped by the desire for definitive answers, must negotiate mazy environments in which the truth is always beyond their reach." In an essay...
- Emil Tissot Mazy (December 27, 1865 — June 6, 1943) was a prominent California artist born in Rosée, Namur, Belgium. Perhaps the most widely viewed and...
- the ball over his head on one occasion, and leaving him flat-footed in a mazy dribble on another. Ronaldinho achieved further success with Grêmio, winning...
- went into extra-time, and just three minutes into extra-time Best went on a mazy run and beat goalkeeper José Henrique with a dummy, before rolling the ball...
- while she was sitting on a wall near his Bristol home, is the mother of one, Mazy. Topley-Bird revealed their parenting arrangements in a 2010 interview: "She...
- Escoublac, between the place named Mazy (border with La Baule-Escoublac) and the Pointe du Bec (length: 2 km; width: 100 m at Mazy, 1 km at the head); on former...
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