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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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The event and book are free, with the hope that people will donate to the Polus Center, buy raffle tickets and purchase dinner and/or drinks from the Old Timer.
While first published by Henricus Hondius (3), Polus Antarcticus had several publishers over its lifetime.
At this point it will be convenient to consider the other passage from the Gorgias which scholars have rightly compared with 448C, namely 462 B-C, where Polus and Socrates are conversing:
For information on the cafe and the Polus Center, or to shop online, go to www.
Kane said the Polus Center does its work by going to a country and meeting with people to find out what they really need and then finding a way to provide the services.
In 2011, the Polus Center established the Coffeelands World Gifts Espresso Cafe to sell handicrafts made by people living in coffee regions as an alternative source of income through its Clinton retail store and online at www.
The Polus Center was founded in 1979 in the Greater Boston area, and they established an office in Worcester in the early 1990s.
The Polus Center cinema will be located in the northeastern Budapest district of Ujpalota and is part of a 50,000 square meter (538,200 square feet) North American-style, destination shopping mall that features major retail tenants from Hungary, Europe and North America.
Tickets are available at World Gifts and Espresso Cafe, The Tinker's Cart and the Polus Center, all on High Street, in Clinton, as well as the Old Timer Restaurant, on Church Street.
A project of the Polus Center, which has supported people with disabilities since 1979, the World Gift Cafe provides a market for handicrafts made by landmine victims and people living in coffee regions such as Colombia, Peru, Nicaragua and Vietnam, as well as a forum for talented artists with and without disabilities to show and sell their work.
The store is part of the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development's effort to bring together all aspects of its mission - and bring Clinton residents and visitors a place to enjoy a cup of coffee grown by people being helped by the center.
The Polus Center, a nonprofit organization founded in 1979, has broadened its mission beyond direct care to providing financial and strategic support for long-term solutions such as business plans, job training and microloans.