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palama

[′pal·ə·mə]
(vertebrate zoology)
The membranous web on the feet of aquatic birds.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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According to Saint Gregory Palamas, spiritual sight far surpasses the ability of the physical eyes, whose function is to perceive natural light.
Correspondence should be addressed to Zefferino Palama; zefferino.palama@icloud.com
On Tuesday, at least 10,000 people packed the town gym here for the Palama Nu Maguindanao, a beauty pageant for girls representing the towns of Sultan Kudarat, General S.
Famous Yaka Palama and Sarasaviya Railway Station on Kandy-Galaha Road running through the University strengthen this site with inexpressible beauty to the University.
Taro patches, duck ponds and even sugar cane grew in the section of Palama. (4) Here is a description of Honolulu's Chinatown from Warren Nishimoto's paper on the Palama Settlement, just before the devastating bubonic plague fire that left thousands of Chinese homeless:
Berth occupancy was managed at the Port thirty eight percent on Wednesday where total number of five ships namely C.V CMA CGM Verdi, C.V MSC Anafi, M.V Leopard-B, M.V La Palama and M.T Feng Hai-II are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, rice and palm oil respectively during last 24 hours.
"All Italian" wine tasting and sale features 10 wines plus appetizers, including Cabernet Franc, De Tarzcal, Trentino 2007; Barbarersco, Poderi Elia, Piedmont 2005; Primitivo, Palama Salice Salantino, Puglia 2009; Chianti, Fattoria Bibbiani Pogio Vignoso, Tuscany 2008.
Francesca Palama who co-owns Well-Fit Studios in Bromsgrove, has travelled to Argentina to take part in the game show Total Wipeout, in a bid to raise funds for the gym business.
When he was discharged he got a job at the Palama Meat Market.