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poncelet

[′päns·lət]
(physics)
A unit of power equal to the power delivered by a force of 100 kilograms-force when the point at which the force is applied is moved at a rate of 1 meter per second in the direction of the force; equal to 980.665 watts.
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"Poncelet and Petric both withdrew in the same way, saying they were doing so with respect to tomorrow's vote but, if it is inconclusive, they remain available as possible consensus candidates," an EU diplomat said.
The official Xinhua News Agency said Poncelet read aloud Sarkozy's letter during his visit to Shanghai, saying the French president wrote he understood that Chinese people's feelings were hurt by the ''intolerable attack'' Jin suffered and which he condemned with the utmost force.
The parents forgive Poncelet, but the state still executes.
(15.) Robertson D, Burger HG, Sullivan J, Cahir N, Groome N, Poncelet E, et al.
Ancestral Dog Portraits, by Bruce McCall and Thierry Poncelet (Workman Publishing Co., Inc., 1993).
Unlike other death penalty films, Dead Man never pretends Matthew Poncelet (Penn) is innocent or that his guilt is mitigated by a brutal childhood.
And the co-curators, Carol McNicoll and Jacquie Poncelet are determined to put pattern back where it belongs - at the heart of decoration.
Vietnam's Vice President Nguyen Thi Binh, French President Jacques Chirac, and Senate President Christian Poncelet recently agreed to deepen Vietnamese-French cooperation in the realms of economics, culture, technology, and training.
This past January, Boyd Poncelet, one of the organizers of Project Loophole, phoned me with bad news about a tabloid I had helped prepare for Project Loophole.