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administration would hold an overall view of the wider picture in foreign relations, including of policies with China, Paal said.
I would expect them to be involved in any Romney administration, and they would bring a positive force to the relationship, but it would not be a transformational kind of force," Paal said.
Bosch Packaging Technology, the supplier of solutions in packaging and process technology, has entered into a licensing agreement with Paal Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH.
But if you thought Paal and Vindaloo were hot, think again.
Unfortunately, once me and Anders got on that bus, Paal got his arse kicked.
Norway's beat the Scots 8-2 under the guidance of Olympic champion Paal Trulsen.
This is the first full scale project of this type in the world, according to project manager Paal Otto Eide, whose company is leading the multi-year, $5.
Robert Gallucci and Douglas Paal take contrasting views of a more imminent issue: how to deal with North Korea.
This super-flare was estimated as an X-20 flare -- the largest type," Dr Paal Brekke, a scientist for the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), told Geographical.
The flare was more powerful than the infamous one that disrupted power grids in Canada on March 6, 1989, during the peak of the last solar cycle, notes Paal Brekke, a European Space Agency scientist based at NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
Paal was also quite critical of the performance of Australian forces, raising the broader but critically important issue of how states such as Australia and New Zealand are going to respond to the `Revolution in Military Affairs' and retain interoperability with the United States.