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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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All around the ground were the skull and bone banners which St Pauli carry as their standard while a huge "Refugees Welcome" ag was also unfurled.
Davidson asks a Pauli fan whether these celebrations are due to the nature of the victory over Bundesliga opposition.
So the carriers can just as easily install the software in their technology environment and send an e-mail to the Karen Pauli insured and say, "here, sign this.
It's clearly beneficial for fraud reduction because insurers can avoid having backdated applications and that type of thing," said Pauli.
However, Pauli believes the current mobile insurance claims environment should be dramatically improved.
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Pauli Murray and Caroline Ware: Forty Years of Letters in Black and White Edited by Anne Firor Scott University of North Carolina Press, October 2006, $24.
A sampling of such works range from the 1840s to modern times and pairs film stills and artwork with essays by Lori Pauli and others on the use of painting as inspiration, Surrealism and plays, narrative strategies and photographic effects, and more.
Andreas Nitsche, * Daniel Stern, * Heinz Elierbrok, * and Georg Pauli *
Our belief, based on more than intuition but less than hard facts," says FDA food-safety spokesperson George Pauli, "is that the overwhelming majority of PFOA that consumers are exposed to comes from stain-resistant fabrics, carpeting, and upholstery.