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Palas

 

(also pelas), a pileless, reversible, handwoven carpet. A plain weave, with or without clearances, is used. The use of clearances resultsin crisp geometric ornamentation or a picturesque foliage design. In the USSR palasy are woven in the Ukraine, Moldavia, the Caucasus, and Middle Asia. Such rugs are also produced in Bulgaria, India, Iran, Rumania, and Turkey.

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[2.] Saqib Z, Riffat NM, Shinwari IB, Shinwari ZK (2011) Species richness, ethnobotanical species richness and human settlement along a Himalayan altitude gradient: Prioritizing plant conservation in Palas valley, Pakistan.
El primero permite determinar la velocidad incidente y su angulo de ataque sobre cada seccion de la pala y el segundo calcular la distribucion de presiones sobre ella.
Se define un sistema de coordenadas cartesiano (X,YZ) relativo a la primera pala, n = 1 (Figura 1).
La interseccion de las lineas p y las lineas q en cada pala definen [M.sub.pq] nodos.
?Cuales pudieron ser los roles de las palas en ese proceso?
Como fueron confeccionadas y utilizadas las palas ha sido uno de los aspectos que intentamos aclarar en la primera parte de este texto.
Que han significado las palas es un aspecto sobre el que hemos discurrido en la segunda parte de este texto.
He said the jirga had set a deadline of three days to the government and DC Kolai Palas to return to Bisham.
He said Chief Minister Pervez Khattak had called elders from both Kolai and Palas early that month but didn't listen to Kolai's about their grievances and favoured former MPA Maulana Asmatullah of Palas.
Another elder, Maulana Abdul Rehman, said members of a commission formed by the chief minister and led by Hazara division commissioner recently visited Palas and returned without hearing their grievances.
According to its Constitution, PALA is 'an international, non-political and independent organization which aims to cover and represent the interests of those who work in stylistics, poetics, and associated fields of language and linguistics'.
Even today, teaching posts specifically labeled 'stylistics' or 'language/literature' are rare, in British academe at least, although PALA founder member Mick Short holds a Chair in English Language and Literature at Lancaster, Sylvia Adamson a Chair in English Language and Literary History at Manchester, and Peter Verdonk a Chair in Stylistics at Amsterdam.