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PULAPhilippine Urban Legend Archive
PULAPossession Under the Legal Age (illegal offense; various locations)
PULAPeople United for Libraries in Africa
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Mme Mariri a re mabele a kgona go thanya fa pula e bowa mme molemi a kgone go roba sengwe.
Hence the supplement Timeline of Polish Historical Months, which Professor Pula (a professor of Polish history, no less) professes to find so perplexing.
Pula informed QWAC members that security cameras would be installed as part of the plan to bring electricity to the boat cove and the Shaft 12 intake building.
Jose Maria Olazabal is the Pula course designer, and he won the Mallorca Classic there in 2005, but an eight-over-par weekend in the Spanish Open showed how ragged his game is these days and the veteran must be opposed.
From a base at Pula it is a cheap one-hour bus ride to the coastal town of Rovinj, which survived the Black Death in the Middle Ages when it was an island.
Pula, editor of the General Semantics Bulletin from 1977-1985, makes many interesting and astute observations about formulations of general semantics.
Labud came to Pula as a young boy and lived most of his adult life there.
Pula started last week as prexy of marketing for Buena Vista Pictures Marketing.
Pula said the strategy now is to ``spend a heck of a lot more money and hope that they get in there that first weekend.
Embark the Harmony G visiting Opatija, Rab Island, Sibenik, Hvar, Dubrovnik, Korcula, Split, and Pula before arriving back in Venice with its narrow winding streets, tiny stone bridges and charming courtyards.
Fa a ntsha la gagwe, molemi Rre Zibani Maphamole a re o itumeletse pula ka gore mmidi wa gagwe o ne o sule jaanong o thantse.