PAU


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PAU

Abbreviation for:
Paediatric Assessment Unit  
penetrating atherosclerotic ulcer
postmenopausal atrophic urethritis
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Bryce Heem began a counter-attack after Pau hoofed the restart kick upfield and Josh Adams finished superbly, aquaplaning over for a try that Weir converted.
Bryce Heem began a counter-attck after Pau hoofed the restart kick upfield and Josh Adams finished superbly, aquaplaning over for a try that Weir converted.
Blues took the lead against Pau with a peach of a try in the sixth minute after Anscombe had leaped high to catch an up-and-under and set up a counterattack.
Ski-related opportunities are quite common in Pau. The nearest slopes to Pau are at Gourette, a winter resort that has 30 marked trails for skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers.
Pau hit back with a try from their first visit to Blues' 22 with Ramsay being on the end of a powerful driving line-out for an unconverted try.
"She has made this journey on foot and I'd ask anyone who was in those areas on May 2 to think back to whether they might have seen Pau Kim walking in the area.
Curiously enough, in keeping with the script, Pau was named after the hospital in which he was born -- Hospital de Sant Pau in Barcelona.
In its native areas, pau marfim is used for many of the same uses as domestic hard maple and birch.
All of it is available within a radius of 50- 100 kms from Pau -- there is the snob beach of Biarritz, the happening St Jean de Luz by the Atlantic, the Christian pilgrimage site of Lourdes which is famous for the appearance of Mother Mary to a local girl and consequently has the second highest number of hotels in France after Paris, the snow- capped peaks of Pyrenees which are a haven for hikers/ skiers, the picture- postcard city of Oloron- Ste Marie that boasts of the largest factory of the Swiss chocolate maker Lindt and more.
It means Pau, Shield winners three years ago, now have the advantage of returning home with a clear idea of the size of the task needed to make the semis.
Leicester's try from Neil Back came as referee Alan Lewis blew for a penalty when the advantage was clearly Leicester's just five metres from the Pau line.
Coach Richie Collins said: "We were right in it until the end and Pau were hanging on for the final whistle.