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Paul

(pawl),
Gustav, Austrian physician, 1859-1935. See: Paul reaction, Paul test, Paul-Bunnell test.
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That culture ''influenced me in a way that initially I thought was positive,'' but led to prison, said Pavlo, who now teaches business ethics and writes about white-collar crime.
Negotiations between Sergei Lavrov of Russia and Pavlo Klimkin of Ukraine, seeking to end fighting in Eastern Ukraine were held Sunday night at the Villa Borsig hotel in Berlin, Germany.
Pavlo Lapshyn and, left, a still from |the video showing one of the blasts
| MURDERER: Ukranian student Pavlo Lapshyn | VICTIM: Mohammed Saleem was stabbed | CAUGHT : Pavlo Lapshyn walking towards (top) then away from Walsall mosque with and without bomb
Mohammed Pavlo Lapshyn appeared this week at Westminster Magistrates' Court accused of the terrorist-related murder of Mohammed Saleem.
West Midlands Police said they have charged Pavlo Lapshyn, a postgraduate student from Dnipropetrovsk, with the killing of Mohammed Saleem in Birmingham in April.
However, "happy" or "unhappy" does not even begin to describe the condition of any particular family, certainly not the particular extended family inherited by protagonist Pavlo Dudnyk through his marriage to Sara Polonsky.
Calgary Hitmen Pavlo Padakin celebrates his goal in a pile of Teddy Bears at the Hitmen Teddy Bear toss during their major junior hockey game against the Kootenay Ice in Calgary, Alberta, on December 2.
Chatila, together with businessman Pavlo Protopapa and his company Evermay Global Inc, own around 43.05% in DCC.
British bass-baritone Pavlo Hunka continues his massive Ukrainian Art Song Series this fall.
So it was with Walter Pavlo Jr., who chronicles his descent from ambitious telecom worker to convicted embezzler in this book, which was published by a division of Pavlo's company, Etika LLC.
Forum favourite, Pavlo, returns with his special brand of Mediterranean music at 7.30pm on February 16.