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paulin

[′pȯl·ən]
(materials)
A fabricated textile item generally used as a weather protection cover for various items or materials during storage or transit.
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Paulin said the model did not produce any of the evidence she claimed she had, including a video that allegedly proved the player attacked her.
Le secretaire general Okou Paulin a mis a toutefois denonce les consequences desastreuses de l'orpaillage clandestin, la complicite de certains proprietaires terriens qui favorisent l'installation des orpailleurs.
Paulin managed to get the legislation dropped from New York's $175.5 billion budget package, which started April 1.
Eleanor, 25, who handles the day-to-day running of Paulin Watches, is delighted their Geo Mini Watches are going on sale at MoMA.
In this leadership role, Paulin will ensure that Payrailz clients are not only successful with their payment solutions but continually wowed by their interactions with the company.
In another snap, Bieber opens the door for Paulin as she steps out of the car.
Nadine Descendre and Benjamin Chelly (photographer); PIERRE PAULIN; Vendome Press (Nonfiction: Art) 65.00 ISBN: 9780865653351
If the most primordial purpose of a chair is to keep your butt off the ground, then Pierre Paulin's 1967 Tongue chair is an abject failure.
Chrita Paulin, President of Coal Under Pressure, LLC and Founder of The Diamond Tour said when asked about her motivation to host the event, "I believe every dream, every hope, every vision for a child starts in the eyes of their mother.
Capturing the designs of Pierre Paulin, whose internationally lauded work departed from the linear restraints of midcentury design, Pierre Paulin: Life and Work (Vendome Press) depicts a bygone era of sleek departure lounges and pop-era icons.
Brett Broxey (Minneapolis) 14,18; Bill Paulin (Milwaukee)d.
(He managed it, admirably.) Why did his intrepid fellow Canadian, Nathalie Paulin, in the title role, need to crouch in a fish tank as the chorus poured water into it, or, as Cherubini's Medee, deliver her opening monologue through a bullhorn?