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AcronymDefinition
PULSPublic Update Legislative Services (Louisiana)
PULSPhysiology Undergraduate League of Students (McGill University; Canada)
PULSPublic Utility Law Section (State Bar of Texas)
PULSProsjekt Utvikling Laering og Samspill
PULSProgram for University Librarians in the Sciences (University of Iowa, Iowa State University, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
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To date, PULS operates 16 dormitories in the metropolis, mostly catering to the BGC and Makati market.
The "game" of the book's title is one of identifying the subjects of Puls's photographs, which are often taken from strange and unfamiliar angles, making objects harder to recognize.
When Stankovic and others in the TV Puls crew reported the incident to police, UNS and DNKiM said, they were kept at the police station for a lengthy amount of time for no apparent reason.
She joins her parents and siblings in death: Charles and Flora Puls, Laura Jarosz, Claire Puls, Gladys Moossa, Doris Burak and her brothers whom she was so proud of for their dedicated service in the armed services, Clarence, William, Bernard and Charles Puls.
The PULS QT 40 is ideally suited to industrial bulk power applications.
By Mark Puls. (New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
"Such opportunity comes once in hundred years", VIG Polska executive Franz Fuchs told Polish business paper Puls Biznesu.
Many other items including puls, grains, sugar and red chilly, a number of customers complained.
A new player on the Polish TV market is TV Puls, which was revived following a significant investment by Rupert Mudoch's News Corp last year.
From kidnap victim to talkshow host: Natascha Kampusch, the 19-year-old Austrian who spent eight years locked in an underground cell, will soon be hosting her own show on ProSiebenSat1's Austrian web Puls 4.
"Our customers are being asked to run more efficiently and more economically," said Sarah Puls, v.p.
New vehicle purchasers from the US to China believe hybrids and hydrogen fuel cells are the technologies of the future, according to a recent survey from international market research institute PULS.