- A native or inhabitant of Malta.
- "What are we to do maltese?"
- "I must tell you that I have not come to any decided opinion respecting him but I think him a maltese."
- Festa: too many parties too little time sometime between may and september nearly every town in malta explodes into a noisy and colorful celebration called a festa.
- A stream of would-be immigrants from africa keep taking to leaky boats in the hope of reaching the canary islands or malta.
- Her troubles began the day she ran into a real maltese.
- The semitic language of the people of malta.
- You know the same thing was done for saint stephen of florence saint george constantinian of parma and even for the order of malta.
- Our listening post in malta intercepted that fax.
- English is the official language in malta along with maltese.
- In christopher marlowe's play the jew of malta barabas'marginal identity his comments on other characters and dramatic events the sharp contrasts between sage words and mean deeds and the questions for spectators in the asides and monologues together created an alienation effect which is quite similar to the v-effect that the german playwright bertolt brecht advocates.
- The rest of the floor was hired by a very rich gentleman who was supposed to be a sicilian or maltese;