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POLPetroleum, Oil, & Lubricants
POLPolicy
POLPoland
POLPoint-Of-Load (DC/DC converter)
PolPolish (linguistics)
POLPolarity
POLPolymerase
POLPolarization
POLPlayonline (Square-Enix gaming server)
POLPrice Online
POLPort of Loading
POLPokémon Online
POLPost Office Limited (UK)
POLPlanet Online (Laos)
POLProblem-Oriented Language
POLPoint of Lay (poultry production)
POLPakistan Online
POLPoint of Lay (birds)
POLPsicologia Online
POLPolicy On Line
POLPrimerica Online
POLPresentation of Learning
POLPrest-O-Lite (gas fitting, ESAB)
POLPoint on Line (surveying)
POLCounter Pollution (on overtime forms)
POLPut on Left (propane valve)
POLPaulo Online
POLPhysicians' Online Network
POLProvisioning Object Library (Cisco)
POLPaints, Oils, and Lubricants
POLPuke Out Loud
POLPosition Organization Listing
POLPacket Over Lightwaves
POLPakistan Oilfield Ltd
POLPainting, Odd Jobs, and Landscaping
POLPakistan Oxygen Limited
POLProudman Oceanographic Laboratory
POLPrisoner of Love (song)
POLProfessional and Occupational Licensing (various locations)
POLPublic Officers Law
POLPrinciples of Learning (various organizations)
POLProof of Loss (insurance)
POLPhysician Office Laboratory
POLPathways of Light
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The abbe was a man of the world, and had, moreover, mixed in the first society of the day; he wore an air of melancholy dignity which Dantes, thanks to the imitative powers bestowed on him by nature, easily acquired, as well as that outward polish and politeness he had before been wanting in, and which is seldom possessed except by those who have been placed in constant intercourse with persons of high birth and breeding.
She protected Polish refugees, and one of them even declared that he wished to marry her.
Gradually, I gained rest of spirit, until I had come to see that I was no worse than other men, and that, though I had neither style nor brilliancy nor polish, I was still a MAN as regards my thoughts and feelings.
A busy little man he always is, in the polishing at harness-house doors, of stirrup-irons, bits, curb-chains, harness bosses, anything in the way of a stable-yard that will take a polish, leading a life of friction.
He had, nevertheless, received from his family some education and some politeness of manner; but he had been thrown on the world too young, he had been in garrison at too early an age, and every day the polish of a gentleman became more and more effaced by the rough friction of his gendarme's cross-belt.
Evgenie Pavlovitch wrote of her from Paris, that after a short and sudden attachment to a certain Polish count, an exile, she had suddenly married him, quite against the wishes of her parents, though they had eventually given their consent through fear of a terrible scandal.
I suppose they polish their Emperor, too," said Aunt Em.
If his wit bears the same polish, how sparkling it must be
When Surrey wrote it had nearly reached its finished state, and he helped to finish and polish it.
In its hardness and translucency -- in its polish, equal to that of the finest oliva-shell -- in the bad smell given out, and loss of colour under the blowpipe -- it shows a close similarity with living sea-shells.
Pope accepted this hint as his guiding principle and proceeded to seek correctness by giving still further polish to the pentameter couplet of Dryden.
my dear Glaucon, I said, how energetically you polish them up for the decision, first one and then the other, as if they were two statues.
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