Paul


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Paul

(pawl),
Gustav, Austrian physician, 1859-1935. See: Paul reaction, Paul test, Paul-Bunnell test.
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A rupture seemed imminent, but Paul laughed good-naturedly.
Paul spent his first fortnight with his grandmother Irving in Avonlea.
Paul's to Astoria, all the anxiety and despondency about his fate, and about the whole course of the undertaking, would have been obviated.
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.
Miss Lavendar had changed so little that the three years since her last Island visit might have been a watch in the night; but Anne gasped with amazement over Paul. Could this splendid six feet of manhood be the little Paul of Avonlea schooldays?
When she saw Charles angry, Paul frightened, and Mrs.
"I don't care a button myself for Paul's Penny, or such things," he admitted in answer to some antiquarian openings from the clergyman who was slightly acquainted with him, "but I wear the King's coat, you know, and it's a serious thing when the King's uncle leaves a thing here with his own hands under my charge.
He undertook to drive me there and to bring me back again to Saint Paul's (if necessary), in less than twenty minutes.
Paul would go to the old barn, catch birds, throw stones into the pond, or pound the trunks of the trees with a stick till they resounded like drums.
"We have lost our way in these devilish Derby hills of thine, old man," replied Paul of Merely.
The breathing of Paul grew louder and deeper, and more than once Ellen trembled at she knew not what, as she felt the quivering of his active frame, while she leaned dependently on his arm for support.