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Shingler converted from wide out and put over a much easier penalty in the 11th minute after Pau were caught off-side to increase the home advantage to 10 points.
Pau looked to have pressed the self destruct button in the opening quarter.
Alliance for Progress, as well as the emergence of other players in the art world, meant a loss of PAU 's relevance in the Americas.
Pau Kim was reported missing on May 2 and police also have footage of her leaving her home at around 5.
Her sisters Victoria and Alice, of High Heaton, Newcastle, said: "We have photographs of Pau in the
Pau then delivered the TD and conversion run to put the visitors ahead, 16-0, early in the second quarter.
But Pau, who dropped out of med school after enrolling at the age of 18, is chugging along without a care in the world and pulling in the millions that make him one of the NBA's blue-chip players playing for a team which reeks of pedigree.
In the book World Woods, author William Lincoln describes pau marfim as a "compact, fine textured wood, excellent for turnery.
The gateway to the region is an unpretentious city with a tiny name, Pau ( pronounced Po), an hour's flight from the Charles De Gaulle airport, Paris.
To refer to the Gave de Pau as the 'Gave de Pau River' is like calling the Water of Leith the 'Water of Leith River' or Loch Lomond the 'Loch Lomond Lake'.