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 was wrong, of course, for Paul to slip and spill an order of scrambled eggs down the brute's coatsleeve, but who can blame him?
Among those who did not see eye to eye with Paul in his views on deportment in waitresses was M.
The Fourth arrived, and punctual Paul Came, with his legal friend, at noon.
Said Paul 'How bitterly I rue That fatal morning when I called
If Paul memorized one canto of "Marmion," Lloyd memorized two cantos, Paul came back with three, and Lloyd again with four, till each knew the whole poem by heart.
But it was a very sober Paul who came back from the shore in the twilight.
The door had opened soundlessly and the pale Paul stood like a ghost in the doorway.
Paul Ford's eyes left the leaf and gazed wonderingly into Pollyanna's merry little face.
Paul had put some of his beautiful fancies into verse, and magazine editors had not been as unappreciative as they are sometimes supposed to be.
Felicite took charge of the little girl, and Paul rode M.
We have lost our way in these devilish Derby hills of thine, old man," replied Paul of Merely.
shouted Paul, unable to control his impatience any longer, "now, old Ishmael, is the time to show the native blood of Kentucky