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pal·i·sade

(pal'i-sād),
In pathology, a row of elongated nuclei parallel to each other.
[Fr. palissade, fr. L. palus, a pale, stake]
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Doug, 53, from Moseley, Birmingham, had gone to a camera store and left his motor at the Pallisades shopping mall.
Arnold ran over the four-year-old chocolate Labrador while he was backing out of the drive of their home in Pacific Pallisades.
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.
Carpenter Freeway, 3333 Lee Parkway, Bank One Center, Fountain Place, Greenway II, Liberty Plaza, MacArthur Center I & II, Pallisades Central I, Spectrum Center, Stanford Corporate Centre, Stemmons Place, The Crescent, Trammell Crow Center, Waterside Commons, all in Dallas, and Carter Burgess Plaza in Fort Worth.
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.
She has splashed out four million dollars on her home in the exclusive beachside community of Pacific Pallisades, near Los Angeles.
Nanuet is located in the southwest section of the Town of Clarkstown in the central part of Rockland County about five miles west of the Tappan Zee Bridge at the junctions of the New York State Thruway, the Garden State Parkway, the Pallisades Parkway, and Route 59.
They got together to recieve their prizes which for Rohan's family were a seven-night Pontin's holiday, pounds 100 Woolworths vouchers, a pounds 50 Pallisades voucher, a Leeds Building Society pounds 50 child's savings bank account and a framed print.
It is heavily involved in the Bilston Urban Village scheme, while it also has interests in the refurbishment of the Pallisades Shopping Centre - as part of the New Street Station redevelopment - the Gracechurch Shopping Centre in Sutton Coldfield, and the mixed use Summer Row scheme in Wolverhampton.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission appears satisfied with the management and operating changes made at the troubled Pallisades nuclear plant.