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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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"The shopping centre will have a completely new look," said O#269ovan.Austrian Immofinanz has owned Polus since 2006 when it acquired it from its developer TriGranit Corporation for more than euro200 million.
"During the Olympics, they always showcase where these athletes come from and what they do for their community," Polus adds.
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.
Clancy (1) has noted "The Hondius map is of particular importance, representing the first serial map of the Antarctic area..." and Tooley (2) believed "The best map prior to Tasman was Henricus Hondius' Polus Antarcticus of 1641.
Aristotle is quoting Plato's Gorgias 448C but this time sides with Polus, who is mostly wrong'.(2) E.
For information on the cafe and the Polus Center, or to shop online, go to www.coffeelandscafe.org, or contact Michelle at (978) 733-4277.
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.
Because the Polus Center has established the sustainable infrastructure to support landmine victims in these regions, funds provided by the Coffeelands Trust go directly to coffee farmers and their families to provide rehabilitation services and help them establish a means of earning a viable income.
When and why did you start the Polus Center in Clinton?
Proceeds will support people with disabilities through the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, with offices in Clinton, Worcester, Petersham, Quincy and Amesbury.
Sponsored in part by the Old Timer Restaurant, on Church Street, and Tinker's Cart, on High Street, all proceeds will benefit people with disabilities in Massachusetts through the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, Inc.
Sponsored in part by the Old Timer Restaurant and Tinker's Cart, all proceeds will benefit people with disabilities in Massachusetts through the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, Inc.