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Palme

An obsolete Danish unit for circumference approximately equivalent to 8.86 centimeters.
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Palmer rose also, laid down the newspaper, stretched himself and looked at them all around.
Palmer ate their dinner, and no expectation of pleasure from them in any other way.
Unlike Jonathan Pearson, who expressed his personal loss at the death of his son, Palmer commented more on how William's death had affected his relations in the community.
Palmer, 59, is a tall, gray-haired, black man who lives with his wife in southeast Washington.
Ketel One Vodka, the official sponsor of the World Golf Hall of Fame, will provide consumers with a behind-the-scenes peek at the life and career of Arnold Palmer with a traveling "mini-museum" and hospitality area - "The Arnold Palmer Pavilion" - that celebrates the career and success of the legend himself.
PACIFIC PALISADES - Almost a half-century later, all the golf world knows for sure is that the legend of Arnold Palmer changed with a clank.
This famous story, cited briefly by Patricia Palmer in Language and Conquest in Early Modern Ireland, stages the central concerns of the two books under review here.
Palmer are spending time with Bishop Larry Robertson in Inuvik, who is teaching Mr.
The company's show, June 10 to 12 at Miami's historic Coconut Grove Playhouse, now promises a piece de resistance: Silhouettes, a premiere by Mark Morris set on MD's artistic directors, Yanis Pikieris and David Palmer.
Charlie Palmer has just the kind of history that people are referring to when they talk about the United States as the land of opportunity, and he is just the kind of person that people admire when they talk about the rewards of hard work and talent.
Palmer students earn $1,000 awards, engraved medallions and trip to nation's capital
the Disney Channel movie premiering Friday, also has as its stars Corbin Bleu of the network's still red-hot ``High School Musical'' franchise and Keke Palmer, best-known for her lead role in ``Akeelah and the Bee.