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Maude was the "flip side of Archie Bunker," Lear explained, a "flawed liberal" married to her fourth husband living in upstate New York with her divorced daughter - hoping to do for liberal suburban matrons what Archie did for urban blue collars.
Maude was a strong, if not always logical woman who becomes involved in politics, bribes bailiffs, gets a facelift, suffers through menopause, debates the legalization of marijuana and shouts "God'll get you for that" at those who cross her.
Maude and Walter were definitely heavy social drinkers, but when Maude wakes up in bed with Arthur following a late-nighter, she and Walter swear off the booze, only Walter can't ("Dean Martin gets a million dollars for his buzz," he rationalizes).
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 Maude   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maude threw a birthday party for him and a bunch of teenagers showed up, set up a band in the living room and were tossing around cans of beer, Maude tried to be cool and failed) was funnier than most of the crap that followed in the 1980s.
Maude had had a UFO sighting, and she called a UFO group (which in TV shows are usually full of stereotyped kooks-- which, whether or not it's funny at first, wears pretty thin).
Maude was hilarious with her put down lines, but especially the way she delivered them, with that tone of voice and condescending look only Bea Arthur has.
www.jumptheshark.com /m/maude.htm   (6259 words)

 Maude - TunesWiki
Maude programs consist of modules which specify a set of term types, equations that should hold within the module over those types along with some annotations, and declarations that explain what manner of relations (such as importing) the module has with other modules.
However, Maude is even more interesting because the rewriting theory that it uses is universal (see Reflection and metalevel computation for a precise technical meaning of this term).
Maude's (relatively complicated) form of expression quotation allows the possibility of modifying this in small ways without the full overhead of a static meta-module specification.
cliki.tunes.org /Maude   (262 words)

The realism of Maude, though conforming to the constraints of the genre, made it one of the first sitcoms to create a televisual space where highly charged, topical issues and sometimes tragic contemporary situations could be discussed.
Maude goes out of her way to prove her progressive attitude to Florida by insisting she become like one of the family.
Maude's attitudes and behavior were indicative of white liberal politics during a time when race relations in the United States were being reconfigured.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/M/htmlM/maude/maude.htm   (1027 words)

 Maude Branson Genealogy
Maude Ethel Branson, eldest daughter and first child of Alvin Thorpe Branson and Mary Eliza Simmons, was born 24 February 1884 at Quartzburg, Mariposa County, CA, where her father was working as a miner.
Maude was at the right place at the right time to keep up her connection to the greater Branson clan, and she did not ignore the opportunity.
Had Maude been like her cousins and ignored the chance to ask relatives for their birthdates, marriage dates, etc. while the bonds of shared descent were still knotted, there would have been no convenient foundation for later research.
home.comcast.net /~davesmeds/maudebranson.htm   (1244 words)

 A Mormon Actress: 'Maude Adams: A Biography' by Ada Patterson
THAT winsome Maude Adams, kin to the great ones of earth by the common bond of an exquisite talent developed to the uttermost, is by ties of blood the kinswoman of two Presidents of the United States, is a fact that she has modestly hidden but which attested and authentic records of genealogy prove.
Maude Adams was born November 11th, 1872, in one of the simple cottages of structure peculiar to the Zion of the Latter-Day Saints.
Maude Adams, in a quaint bonnet and shawl, sits beside the youthful and ill-tempered young lover with whom she had started to elope, looking very dispirited, for which there was, indeed, ample cause.
www.ldsfilm.com /actors/MaudeAdamsBio.html   (11751 words)

 Maude Summary
Maude is a half-hour American television sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS network from September 12, 1972 until April 29, 1978.
Maude was Edith Bunker's cousin, and she represented everything Archie Bunker did not: she was a liberal, a feminist, and upper-middle class whereas Archie was none of those things.
Maude had an abortion in November 1972, months before the Roe vs Wade decision made abortion legal nationwide, and the episodes which dealt with the situation are probably the series' most famous and certainly its most controversial.
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 Maude (TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maude is a half-hour American television sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS network from September 12, 1972 until April 29, 1978.
Maude was Edith Bunker's cousin, and she represented everything Archie Bunker did not: she was a liberal, a feminist, and upper-middle class whereas Archie was none of those things.
Maude had an abortion in November 1972, months before the Roe vs Wade decision made abortion legal nationwide, and the episodes which dealt with the situation are probably the series' most famous and certainly its most controversial.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Maude_(TV_series)   (1400 words)

 First World War.com - Who's Who - Sir Frederick Maude
Maude's World War One career began on the staff of General Pulteney's III Corps in France before, in October 1914, being promoted to Brigadier-General and handed command of 14th Brigade.
Maude therefore replaced General Gorringe as commander of the so-called frontline Tigris Corps in July 1916.
Maude's continuing unbroken run of victories ensured that no scaling down of operations in Mesopotamia could feasibly be considered as Maude's reputation grew in the Muslim world.
www.firstworldwar.com /bio/maude.htm   (669 words)

 Timothy J. Maude, Lieutenant General, United States Army
Maude, the Army's deputy chief of staff for personnel, was described yesterday as a sharp officer who has always taken care of the soldiers in his command.
Maude attended officer candidate school, was commissioned in 1967 as a second lieutenant postal officer and spent one year in Vietnam during the war there.
Maude, the highest-ranking officer killed in the attack, is buried at Arlington.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /tjmaude.htm   (3949 words)

 "Maude" (1972)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maude became a congresswoman during a three-part finale at the end of its last season.
Maude was always funny because the cast worked brilliantly together, the script-writers had consultation from the great Bobs Weiskopf and Schiller(of I Love Lucy fame), and the shows of the 70's didn't have to worry about being PC, because at the time, people weren't so sensitive about their stereotypes then.
She opened the door thinking it's Arthur, but when its Maude and Walter, she screams and slams the door, and The Findlay's are standing with their backs to the camera for 40 seconds.
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 US FDA/CDRH: Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience Database (MAUDE): File Formats for FOI Releasable Data
MAUDE may not include reports made according to exemptions, variances, or alternative reporting requirements granted under 21 CFR 803.19.
MAUDE is scheduled to be updated quarterly and the search page reflects the date of the most recent update.
MAUDE data is not intended to be used either to evaluate rates of adverse events or to compare adverse event occurrence rates across devices.
www.fda.gov /cdrh/maude.html   (1462 words)

Maude made a note to pay the young man back for being so bold as to point out that she was worried for her son's safety.
Maude was too angry to recognize the redecorated room that she last saw riddled with the bullet holes that had been used to stop Eli Joe from killing Vin.
Maude knew she was safe with the seven men, but she still couldn’t shake this feeling that someone was out there waiting for her to be alone.
www.barrettcorner.com /sasseyj/maude1.html   (8630 words)

 Harold and Maude (1971)
Maude tells him they mocked her by their images remaining sharp even as her memories were fading, implying that she is suffering from Alzheimer's or a similar form of dementia.
Continuity: About 50 minutes into the film, when Maude is doing donuts around the officer, the driver-side window of the truck is alternately up/down between shots.
She was a woman for the ages and "Harold and Maude" is her present, her own tribute to an extraordinary life.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0067185   (642 words)

 new release
Maude was the senior ranking servicemember killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.
General Maude was a tough, exacting boss who made you understand that the tasks with which we grappled were critical to the strength of our nation and our Army – you knew it was serious stuff.
Maude served for more than 35 years in command and staff positions leading to his last assignment – Department of the Army, deputy chief of staff for personnel.
www.hqusareur.army.mil /htmlinks/Press_Releases/2002/Apr2002/30Apr2002-02.htm   (765 words)

 Fealy, Maude
Maude's mother did not approve of the match, and referred to her new son-in-law as a "nobody." She did her best to split the couple apart.
Not surprisingly, a rift developed between Maude and her husband when her mother, stating that Maude was not ready for such a marriage, forced her husband to agree to live separately for a year, after which he moved to the East.
Maude Fealy remained in films for many years and had parts in many Cecil B. DeMille pictures during the sound era, including the 1956 release of The Ten Commandments, for which she also provided voices which were dubbed in the sound track for other players.
www.thanhouser.org /people/fealym.htm   (1849 words)

 Maude - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maude is a version of Matilda and may refer to:
Empress Matilda (1101–1167), also called Empress Maud or Maude, first female ruler of England, mother of Henry II Maude is a surname, and may refer to
Francis Maude, British politician, son of Angus Maude
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Maude   (144 words)

 Frederick Stanley Maude - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Usually referred to as Stanley Maude, he is most famous for his efforts in Mesopotamia during World War I.
He was born in Gibraltar into a military family; his father was Sir Frederick Francis Maude – a general who was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1855 during the Crimean War.
They arrived to catch the end of the British failure at the Siege of Kut and Maude was promoted to Lieutenant-General and replaced George Gorringe as commander of the newly dubbed Tigris Corps (3rd Army Corps) in July 1916.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Frederick_Stanley_Maude   (586 words)

 Maude: Season 1 | DVD Review | Entertainment Weekly
The laughs generated by Beatrice Arthur's Maude are sometimes so loud and long that the actress has to do that stage-freeze thing, standing motionless until her next line can be heard.
A spin-off of All in the Family (Maude was Edith Bunker's liberal, upper-middle-class cousin — i.e., the anti-Archie), Maude was a prime example of producer Norman Lear's comedy empire of that era, with old-fashioned gag structures juiced by timely, often controversial references.
Like Archie Bunker, Maude is an intimidating powerhouse: She's brayingly noisy, not to mention taller than her husband, Walter (the breezy Bill Macy), and her grown daughter, Carol (the stiff but charming Adrienne Barbeau).
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 Maude Barlow
Maude Barlow subscribes to the same general theory repackaged for the '90s, believing that there is the need for government to intervene in the marketplace to limit the power of transnational companies (TNC'S) and to ensure the interests of the average Canadian are protected so as to preserve the values that make us truly Canadian.
In this context of mistrust, she believes that business/education partnerships must be approached very carefully as the profit motive of the private sector could lead to lower quality education and the manipulation of our children by TNCs through in-school television and other profit driven actions.
It's Conrad Black 1, Maude Barlow 0 in the court fight to undo Black's recent takeover of the Southam newspaper chain.
www.geocities.com /davidnicholson_99/MaudeBarlow.htm   (946 words)

 The Maude Foundation
The purpose of the Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude Foundation is to preserve the legacy of LTG Maude by providing educational support to current and future soldiers in America's Army.
LTG Maude's love of Soldiers and devotion to the Army was at the core of his commitment to duty.
It is this passion and commitment that the Maude Foundation is dedicated to preserving and continuing.
www.maudefoundation.org /index.html   (105 words)

 Maude March
It’s safe to say Maude had not noticed even this much when she dropped to her knees to stuff a paper parcel under Aunt Ruthie’s head like a pillow.
Maude patted her cheek rather smartly, believing Aunt Ruthie to have fainted.
I tell you all this to make you understand that Maude was an upright young woman who never made mock of the truth or questioned the dark ways of justice until she saw how they could be mangled to make a shape unrecognizable.
www.randomhouse.com /kids/maudemarch/excerpt_one.html   (915 words)

 Welcome to The Simpsons.com
Maude was a woman of many gifts: faith, chastity, charity and the most come-hither eyelashes in the town of Springfield.
While she did not work, Maude was a busy homemaker and a tireless advocate for the children of Springfield, whose innocence is so often soiled by the evils of cartoon violence, liberal education and the insidious influences of popular culture.
Even though she spent much of her free time in prayer and reading the Bible, Maude was known to let her hair (and her neckline) down for the occasional dinner party at the home of her neighbors, the Simpsons.
www.thesimpsons.com /bios/bios_townspeople_maude.htm   (145 words)

 Maude on DVD - Reviews, Info, Listings, Episode Guide
Golden Girls is beyond wonderful, but I have always felt that Maude was Bea's baby and is definitely a work of art in itself, to be archived and relived for many decades to come.
Maude was one of the most popular shows during the 70s.
Maude wasted no time becoming one of the most controversial shows ever when she, at age 47, became pregnant and decided to get an abortion (the first show to ever have the lead character get an abortion).
www.beatricearthur.com /maude/index.php   (749 words)

 BBC News | UK POLITICS | Maude urges deep-seated changes
Former shadow foreign secretary Francis Maude, who was a key backer of Michael Portillo's failed leadership bid, said he had been impressed by some of Mr Duncan Smith's achievements.
Mr Maude insisted a new think-tank he has launched, called XChange, is not a "band of disgruntled Portillistas" nor that members are indulging in factionalism.
Mr Maude suggested that exhorting local Tory associations to pick more ethnic minority and female candidates for winnable Westminster seats was not enough.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk_politics/1798717.stm   (431 words)

 HAROLD & MAUDE/Maudianism
When he meets Maude over some licorice while attending a funeral of a person neither of them knows it is only a mtter of time before he begins to learn how to master his own life.
It is the interaction between Maude and Harold that makes this film an unique experience, which some find too unusual in their intimacy to fully appreciate.
Maudianism is to approach life in a similar way as the character Maude approaches life (although the borrowing of others' cars or other property or taking the tablets on your 80th birthday is NOT a part of the main concept of Maudianism NOR is it advised here).
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/madhayes/maude.html   (727 words)

 CBC: Life And Times
Maude Barlow is perhaps Canada's best known voice of dissent, highly opinionated and passionate.
Maude Barlow's roots are in a leafy, middle-class neighbourhood in Ottawa.
In the seventies Maude Barlow was a nice, middle-class housewife who got caught up in the women's movement, the revolutionary social current of her time.
www.cbc.ca /lifeandtimes/barlow.html   (510 words)

 CD Baby: MAUDE MAGGART: With Sweet Despair
Maude's voice is gorgeous, and the simple arrangements of the songs bring that into sharp relief.
I hope Maude is around for decades to come to delight us all with her artistry.
Maude's beautiful voice singing the classics he knows and used to sing himself puts him to sleep every night.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/maggart2   (2763 words)

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