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pons

 [ponz] (pl. pon´tes) (L.)
1. that part of the metencephalon lying between the medulla oblongata and the midbrain, ventral to the cerebellum; see also brainstem.
2. any slip of tissue connecting two parts of an organ.

pon·tes

(pon'tēz),
Plural of pons.
[L.]

pontes

(pŏn′tēz)
n.
Plural of pons.
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Pontes "Even in the under-16s he went to the national team of that age and he didn't play.
Pontes, who now coaches Wolves' partner club FC Jumilla, described Moutinho as 'an amazing kid',' something those who work with him at Wolves say he's taken into his adult life.
He likes to speak about football and arrive at the game understanding what he should do Leonel Pontes
The big match-up though was Pontes v Wright - a battle which continued throughout the game.
Wright hit an impressive 15 points in the second half although Pontes finished on top with 17 and a number of highlights at both ends of the court.
Lot 1 of the European non-public procurement procedure Pontes Pieter Zeeman (Secondary Education), Specialization Schools for Special Education (Beatrixschool and De Meije) "concerns design, management and aftercare for the new construction of Pontes Pieter Zeeman School.