PUGE

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PUGEPrinceton University Gospel Ensemble (est. 1983; New Jersey)
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Puge had worked as a tipple operator at Streamline Mine and a dozer operator for Captain Mine.
The authors would like to thank the staff of the Center for Diseases Prevention and Control (CDC) in Puge County for their efforts in assisting with the collection and identification of data.
Puge was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Hal Bishop and Howard Bishop; and two sisters, Flossie Hamilton and Mildred Bailey.
Puget Technologies (OTCBB: PUGE) announced on Tuesday that its subsidiary, Cannabis Biotech, is in talks with a research chemist to explore the development of an exclusive cannabis-based metered-dose transmucosal delivery platform.
Furthermore, a genre-based approach has also been employed in Translation Studies as a helpful tool both in training future professional translators and in professional settings (Borja Albi, 2013; Borja, Izquierdo, & Montalt, 2009; Conde, 2014; Garcia Izquierdo, 2011; Garcia Izquierdo & Borja Albi, 2008; Hurtado, 2001; Martinez & Puges, 2014; Montalt, Ezpeleta & Garcia Izquierdo, 2008; Ornat, Duenas, & Rodrigo, 2017; Orts, 2012, 2017; Rodes & Minguez, 2015, among other works).
Conforme las importaciones de algodon aumentaron la industria textil algodonera se expandio, y Puges reconoce el avance librecambista en estos anos (58).
XAVIER PUGES ROMAGOSA *; AGUSTIN VILARDEBO CLASCA *; MIQUEL ANGEL MARTINEZ ADELL *; PATRICIA GARCIA DE OLALLA **,***, JOSEP MARIA JANSA LOPEZ DEL VALLADO **,***,***.
Issues yet to be discussed by the task force include addressing what, if any, regulations are needed on e-mail, Web puges, Internet pop-up ads, and other such online communications; regulations on lawyer referral services; and whether regulations on TV and radio ads should continue to be different from print media.
Patrick Puges, vice-president, Technical Design and Engineering, Transpac, said, "We have an important investment in our existing Frame Relay and multi-service corporate networks, which are built around Nortel Networks' Passport switches, interconnecting at speeds of STM-1.