POPU

AcronymDefinition
POPUPush-Over Pull-Up (aviation)
POPUPrivately Owned-Public Use (airports)
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We run Scottish SILVER NA N TURE A in the thre handicap c The popu has won two National Trial today's venue b seems to run ba his first outing another favourite BY NATURE (3.35) three-mile chase.
India's two prominent Is lamic helplines are discourag ing young callers, especially women, from creating profiles and posting pictures on popu lar social networking websites Facebook and Twitter on the ground that it is un-Islamic.
For the launch of the new a.m.p products, Antec has appointed one of Asia's biggest girl bands called "Popu Lady", who will entertain the audience and throw competitions on stage.
The survey further shows that over half of the adult popu lation in the country is not participating in the formal financial system, which means that they have no life cover, property insurance, financial assets investment, access to credit, bank accounts, or other products.
The EPR provides scientists with DNA to identify potentially significant genetic variants and a readily recontactable popu ation for observational and toxicity studies and clinical trials.
IT WAS the BBC2 programme that helped transform snooker from a minority sport played in smoky clubs, to a TV sensation enjoyed by millions Pot Black first ran from 1969 to 198 and played a large part in the popu larisation of the modern game with it one frame knockout format.
Suits l i ke this are becoming more popu l a r a n d available in a range of colours including navy, always a favourite.
He moves me." Tony recalled when he fi rst met Sinatra: "Perry Como hosted a popu lar TV show and when he took a summer vacation he asked me to take his place.
The book shows that the volume of the strings of leading Flat trainers appears recession-proof, with some making notable gains, particularly in Newmarket where John Gosden has overtaken Sir Michael Stoute as having the biggest team of horses in the town and Henry Cecil continues a popu lar revival.
d hn While there might seem n link between these emo ionally-charge storylin popu lat od n ut uted by flawed characters, and the highly-disciplined Trollope who produces a book at least every two years, behind the gloss, she says she isn't immune to life's complexities..
Even selling beef to five to seven per cent of the popu lation in Northern Ontario would be a good haul for local farmers, she said.