PAUR

AcronymDefinition
PAURPhotochemical Activity and solar Ultraviolet Radiation
PAURPublic Affairs University Relations (Brown University; Providence, RI)
PAURPrograms, Announcements, Updates, Resources (North Dakota Human Rights Coalition)
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Scott Sinclair took Johnston's place with just under half an hour to go as Gordon again had to be alert when forced to deny Paur's angled drive.
(21.) Bologa, A.; Paur, H.R.H.; Seifert, H.; Woletz, K.; Ulbricht, T.
(16.) Jason Paur, NTSB Urges Action After Engine Failures in New Boeing 787, 747 Airliners, WIRED (Sept.
The tourists flew from Tokyo to Islamabad and then travelled to Naran, Gupis, Mastuj, Lusht, Kishmanja, Paur village, Salt mines and Chitral city, where they also set up camps and spent nights.
(31) Around that time, he was invited by the Austrian conductor Emil Paur (32) to play in the Pittsburgh orchestra.
"We know that its a big, big challenge for all car manufacturers to penetrate into the huge mainland," Klaus Paur, London-based global head of automotive at researcher Ipsos, said by phone.
[14.] Deepak Pudasainee, Hanns-Rudolf Paur, Sabine Fleck, Helmut Seifert, 2014.
(12.) Lorenz J, Hauck M, Paur RC, Nakamura Y, Zimmermann R, Bromm B, et al.
Some of the major artists who performed at the event were jazz legend Duke Ellington, poets Langston Hughes and Margaret Danner, novelist Rosa Guy, vocalist Marian Anderson, gospel singer Marion Williams, dancer-choreographers Katherine Dunham and Alvin Ailey, visual artist Hale Woodruff, actor Fred O'Neal, Leonard De Paur and his choir, and classical pianist Armenta Adams (other performers originally scheduled to attend were Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Mahalia Jackson).
"China is the big battleground," said Klaus Paur, Shanghai-based global head of automotive at market researcher Ipsos.