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Pote

A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 8.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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The triathletes, known affectionately as '#TEAMHELEN',' were inspired to raise money for the hospital in memory of their friend Helen Pote, a mother of three from Walsall who passed away in September 2014 from breast cancer.
Mickael Pote, 30, has reacted angrily to monkey chants directed at him twice since November and been booked for protesting.
POTE OTE OT NTIAL COST: PS2M PRESENT C NT CLUB: SWANSEA IF Mike Ashley really thinks Newcastle's Premier League status is imperilled, will he free up funds for a raid for a proven Premier League player?
We had refreshments, networking, and information sharing as Lisa Pote, MSSW, Senior Vice-President of Seedco, a national nonprofit organization providing public education, outreach, and enrollment in the health insurance marketplace for the state's uninsured, discussed how nurses can play a vital role in connecting Tennesseans to new healthcare coverage.
Benin are top of the group and reckon they can spring a surprise against Algeria with Gestede's fellow striker Mickael Pote saying: "Smaller countries like us can always cause an upset.
The men - Alfred Philpott, Eric Calverley, Charles Pote and Ernie Irwin - were working at Morpeth Dock when a train carrying ammunition caught fire during a air raid.
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The government delegation, which also includes Bill Pavleski, Minister for Foreign Investments, Viktor Mizo, Director of the Office for Technological Industrial Development Zones, and Dejan Velickov, economic promoter in the USA, is now headed for Atlanta, Georgia, where a presentation of Macedonia's investment pote ntial entitled "Macedonia - a European Country of Opportunities" will be held before numerous corporations and investors from Atlanta and the region.
Devlat Pote today informed that the veteran social activist was fit to begin his three-day fast from Tuesday in Mumbai.
Lloyd was born July 29, 1915 in Somerville, MA, the son of Professor Frank Walter Pote and Marguerite Hanna Pote.
It isn't even fully patented yet, but the Poultry Litter Subsurfer prototype invented by Agricultural Research Service soil scientist Dan Pote is on order by a research coalition across five Chesapeake Bay states: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York.
According to the company's spokesman Jan Pote, a concrete decision is not made yet.