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Ponce´let


n.1.(Physics) A unit of power, being the power obtained from an expenditure of one hundred kilogram-meters of energy per second. One poncelet equals g watts, when g is the value of the acceleration of gravity in centimeters.
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English teacher Sara Lawrence, Jordanian national Boral al Tarifi along with half a dozen participants, had come to learn the art or science of communicating with animals at a day-long workshop, organised by Belgian national Sabine Poncelet, an experienced alternative therapist, who believes that animals can be talked through telepathy.
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