Paul


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Paul

(pawl),
Gustav, Austrian physician, 1859-1935. See: Paul reaction, Paul test, Paul-Bunnell test.
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It chanced one day, as Peter sat Gnawing a crust--his usual meal-- Paul bustled in to have a chat, And grasped his hand with friendly zeal.
Ah, Miss Jeanne,' cried Paul, stricken, 'what is the matter?
No conscientious judge of character could have denied that Paul had hit the bull's eye.
There was naught for Paul of Merely to do but draw his own weapon, in self-defense, for the sharp point of the boy's sword was flashing in and out against his unprotected body, inflicting painful little jabs, and the boy's tongue was murmuring low-toned taunts and insults as it invited him to draw and defend himself or be stuck "like the English pig you are.
Never in all his long years of fighting had he faced such an agile and dexterous enemy, and as they backed this way and that about the room great beads of sweat stood upon the brow of Paul of Merely, for he realized that he was fighting for his life against a superior swordsman.
Paul standing in it, with his usual pallid impassiveness.
He found, however, that all the under servants had been given a holiday ashore by the autocrat Paul, and that only the sombre Mrs.
Lloyd met her first, but within twenty-four hours Paul saw to it that he also made her acquaintance.
On the day I have in recollection, Paul Tichlorne had been mooning all morning in my study over a current scientific review.
Paul Ford roused himself, came back from the far Western town, and adjusted the sheets of paper under his hand.
Paul Ford's sermon the next Sunday was a veritable bugle-call to the best that was in every man and woman and child that heard it; and its text was one of Pollyanna's shining eight hundred:
The mouth of Paul was again stopped by the hand of Ellen, who took on herself to reply, in her conciliating tones: "we should be all of a family, when it is in our power to serve each other.