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In pathology, a row of elongated nuclei parallel to each other.
[Fr. palissade, fr. L. palus, a pale, stake]
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Unfortunately the site never revealed any evidence of houses or pallisades. Therefore it is impossible to ascertain the size of the village or whether it was fortified -- both of which might have provided valuable clues about the ethnic composition of the village.
A quick tour around Birmingham's shopping malls provides a striking reminder of the retail casualties of the past year, with each of the city's main shopping centres - Bullring, Pavilions and The Pallisades - hit by or threatened with closures of major tenants.
Within minutes of his arrival at the Pallisades Medical Center in New Jersey his condition was reported on TV bulletins.
The Australian emerged victorious at Pacific Pallisades in California after finishing level on 276 with Americans Jeff Sluman, Bob Tway, Dennis Paulson, Brandel Chamblee and Japan's Toshi Izawa.
The bag will now be sold for PS2.50 at the hospital's fundraising hub and the management suite at the Pallisades, which has paid for production costs.
Shoppers snap up bargains at the Woolworths store in the Pallisades, Birmingham.
Doug, 53, from Moseley, Birmingham, had gone to a camera store and left his motor at the Pallisades shopping mall.
And when 53-year-old Goldie hoisted little Juan Guzman on to Kurt's shoulders, his beaming smile was the highlight of the Pacific Pallisades bash.
Samantha now lives in a pounds 200,000 house in Sacramento, California, and Tom owns an pounds 18 million mansion on the Pacific Pallisades in California.
Hundreds came forward when the Ikon Gallery invited nominations in the Pallisades Shopping Centre between April and June showcasing the diverse range of family groups within Birmingham.
Work began in June 1968 on Birmingham Shopping Centre (changed to The Pallisades after a makeover in 1986) and most units had been taken by the spring of 1973.