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perle

[purl, perl]
Etymology: Fr, pearl
a soft gelatin capsule filled with liquid medicine.

perle

(pĕrl) [Fr., pearl]
A soft capsule containing medicine.
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19) Quoted in Jane Perlez, "Arabs, by Degrees, Oppose American Attack on Iraq," The New York Times, September 6, 2002.
1; Jane Perlez, Conflict in the Balkans: The Overview; NATO Authorizes Bomb Strikes; Primakov, In Air, Skips U.
37) Jane Perlez, "Pentagon Aide Warns Czechs to Upgrade Military for NATO," New York Times, 1 October 1997, p.
China's Hainan Province has raised international concerns with a law allowing Chinese ships "to search and repel foreign ships only if they were engaged in illegal activities (though these were not defined) and only if the ships were within the 12-nautical-mile zone surrounding islands that China claims," reports Jane Perlez for the New York Times.
Its "charm offensive" toward Southeast Asia exemplifies this approach (Wang 2005; Perlez 2003; Kurlantzick 2007).
11) Gretchen Peters, "Pakistan Stifles Media, Cuts Phone Lines," ABC News (online), November 4, 2007; Jane Perlez and David Rohde, "Pakistan Attempts to Crush Protests by Lawyers," New York Times, November 6, 2007; U.
15) Jane Perlez, "Indonesian Human Rights Court Acquits 4 in East Timer Killings", New York Times, 1 December 2002.
Jane Perlez reports in this morning's New York Times that Powell's reception was the coolest in Egypt.
Re ``Militias restore calm to Albania Capital'' by New York Times staff writer Jan Perlez, Daily News, March 17:
Reporting was contributed by Jane Perlez and Keith Bradsher from Beijing; Hilda Wang from Hong Kong; Isabel Kershner and Jodi Rudoren from Jerusalem; Ellen Barry and Andrew Roth from Moscow; Sara Schonhardt from Jakarta, Indonesia; Scott Sayare from Paris; Dan Bilefsky from Barcelona, Spain; Tim Arango and Hwaida Saad from Antakya, Turkey; Sebnem Arsu from Istanbul; Sarah Lyall from London; Lydia Polgreen from Johannesburg; Nicholas Kulish and Chris Cottrell from Berlin; Jeffrey Gettleman from Nairobi, Kenya; Graham Bowley from Kabul, Afghanistan; Salman Masood from Islamabad, Pakistan; Ramtin Rastin from Tehran; Thomas Erdbrink from Amsterdam; Simon Romero and Taylor Barnes from Rio de Janeiro; and David D.
See Jane Perlez, "Israel Drops Plan to Sell Air Radar to China Military", New York Times, 13 July 2000, pp.
81) Jane Perlez, "Aid to Pakistan in Tribal Areas Raises Concerns," New York Times, July 16, 2007.