APUTAssociation of Property Unit Trusts (UK)
APUTAuthorised Property Unit Trust (Financial Services Authority; UK)
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An Orwell museum is planned, and funds are being raised by the local Rotary Club to renovate the cottage to aput Motihari on the mapa.
APut leftover wine in ice cube trays and when frozen put them in freezer bags to keep for when you need them.
Two trucks transport a 135ft derrick from Aput to a new drilling site in Langley, and an error sees Alex lost on the ice.
Two trucks finally transport a 135ft crane from Aput to a new drilling site in Langley after bad weather thwarted previous attempts.
Existe, segundo, la traduccion compuesta, como cuando debido a una division linguistica mas precisa de un segmento de la naturaleza, los hablantes de un dialecto esquimal deben traducir nuestro aserto de que hay nieve, diciendo que hay aput (nieve sobre el suelo) o gana (nieve mientras cae del cielo) o qimuqsuq (nieve arrastrada por el viento).
Non negarim inquam ideo aput divae Ruminae sacellum a pastoribus satam ficum.
(56.) <<Ergo tali Athenienses informavit praecepto, talis nobis aput [sic] gentiles ordo servandus est>>, ibid.
Geoffrey Pullum, professor of linguistics and distinguished professor of humanities at the University of California at Santa Cruz, says the Eskimos have only two such names: "qanki," meaning "snow in the air," and "aput," "snow on the ground." But thanks to you, dear readers, we now have more than 100 names for Oregon rain!
Eskimo names for snow: "snow on the ground" (aput), "falling snow" (gana), "drifting snow" (piqsirpoq), and "a snowdrift" (qimuqsug).