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(paw'lē),
Wolfgang, Austrian-born U.S. physicist and Nobel laureate, 1900-1958. See: Pauli exclusion principle.
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New farms likely aren't starting because the industry is expensive and difficult to break into, Pauli said.
Seven years, it had been, since Hamburg and St Pauli had crossed swords.
To be sure, Chaz Bono, Ivan Coyote and Caitlyn Jenner (among others) stand on the shoulders of Pauli Murray.
St Pauli broke down the right and a WHAT WE LEARNED IN OSNABRUCK It was an unusual but fascinating day in Osnabruck as Cardiff City took on the hosts and FC St Pauli in the space of a couple of hours.
"Snowshoe hares are central, really central, to prey species," Pauli says.
And so it proved as Celtic's fringe players passed up a rare chance to shin e against St Pauli yesterday.
Davidson tells of how he fell out of love with the English game and found FC St Pauli, Hamburg's 'other' football club, whose ground in the city's red light district plays host to an 'alternative' fans scene.
Pauli Girl spokesmodel Jennifer England attended the first in a series of Oktoberfest celebrations, appearing at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati USA in Cincinnati, OH, the largest Oktoberfest festival outside Germany.
137; Jung, Pauli, and the pursuit of a scientific obsession.
Three essays by curators and photographic historians, Pauli, Bann and Salvesen put James photographs within the history of the art, his own development and social awareness.
* Because digital signature technology can be complex, Tower Group consultant Karen Pauli is advising clients to strike partnerships with reputable vendors instead of mounting an initiative in-house.