Stulp

n.1.A short, stout post used for any purpose, a to mark a boundary.
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Both men and women prefer to be in a couple where the man was taller than the woman, but not too tall, and the preference was most pronounced in women who, unlike men, considered partner heights unacceptable if they resulted in her being taller," the Independent quoted evolutionary psychologist Gert Stulp, from the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands, who led the study as saying.
Gert Stulp, one of the researchers at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands, said: "Contrary to popular belief, tall men do not have most reproductive success.
van Wassenaer AG, Stulp MR, Valianpour F, Tamminga P, Ris Stalpers C, de Randamie JS, et al.
Prowers County Commissioner John Stulp is joining five other families to install their own turbines on their property, essentially starting their own power company.
The major benefit we have seen from the Conservation Reserve Program is that the vegetative cover has significantly improved our air quality," says John Stulp.
Colorado is home to many of America's finest organic farms and companies," said the Honorable John Stulp, Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture.
Professor Nettle, who collaborated with Gert Stulp, from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, said that it is likely that those of around average height pair off first, simply because they have more choice.
Alessandro de Lucca e Braccini *, Marcibela Stulp, Leandro Paiola Albrecht, Marizangela Rizzatti Avila, Carlos Alberto Scapim, Thiago Toshio Ricci
Ceccherini I, Hofstra RM, Luo Y, Stulp RP, Barone V, Stelwagen T, et al.
PATTY STULP IS THE PRESIDENT OF ETHANOL MANAGEMENT COMPANY NEAR DENVER.