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PULAPeople United for Libraries in Africa
PULAPossession under the Legal Age (illegal offense; various locations)
PULAPhilippine Urban Legend Archive
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Jimenez is the 2003 champion, while Ollie has been in charge of the Pula redesign, but their current form is unconvincing.
Kai?, EBRD Regional Director for Croatia, Hungary, Slovak Republic and Slovenia, commented: With this new loan we are deepening our cooperation with Pulapromet and the city of Pula. The investment in new buses will benefit residents and visitors as well as the environment and will further support positioning of the city as a leading tourist destination in Istria.
The arena is the 6th largest in the world and is incredibly well preserved and is a must see when you visit Pula.
He said it was against this backdrop that government had decided to introduce the pula card.
Pula has been allocated EU30.6 million under this mechanism for the co-financing of public transport investments.
DINO Footprint We were based at Villa Pupolo in the peaceful village of Poropati, an hour's drive from Pula. It was surrounded by beautiful scenery made up of a patchwork of lush green hills and olive groves contrasting with the deep blue sea.
Professor Pula's method of review seems to be based on making mocking innuendos, to the extent that I am surprised that the book review editor did not intervene in the interests of this journal's reputability.
Pula said there will be no change in the parking, launching and boat rental rates.
In addition, the Pula appreciated against the Japanese Yen and the Euro by 0.2 percent.
To coincide with the route's launch pubs - including the Tap and Spile at Hexham, The Free Trade Inn in Byker, and The Brandling Villa in Gosforth - are holding Pula Pint Week offering customers the chance to win a pair of return flights to Pula, a brewery tour, or a case of beer.