pulka


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pulka

(ˈpʊlkə)
n
(in Lapland) a one-person, reindeer-drawn sleigh, shaped like the front part of a boat
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Indeed, Joseph Naga, a Catholic priest and a refugee from Pulka, a town at the northern end of the Mandara Mountains, less than 20km from the border with Cameroon in Gwoza LGA, perhaps somewhat stoically, described camp life as "comfortable".
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I swiped a horse halter from my wife's tack supplies, the sled from my kids' favorite hill, and in minutes my dog and I were engaged in the ancient sport of pulka, the forerunner of skijoring.
By setting up a regional center of technical expertise in this region, we will be better able to serve the onshore property needs of this dynamic market," said Bob Pulka, Senior Vice President, Energy Onshore Property.
Joseph Naga, a Catholic priest from Pulka in Gwoza Local Government Area, now a refugee in Cameroon, told New African "At the beginning, [Boko Haram] persecuted Christians, later on they kill lots of Muslims too.
2d at 221 (citing the Pulka holding: "A garage owner could not be liable to a pedestrian for the negligence of a patron while driving out of the parking facility.
For years, CIGNA International Property & Casualty's liability, marine, property, energy and technical lines engineering units have worked closely together to respond to the expectations of our international customers for a seamless approach to delivering CIGNA's global risk management and engineering capabilities," explained Robert Pulka, senior vice president of CIGNA International P&C.
He will be reporting to Bob Pulka, senior vice president, onshore property and Martin Clark, head of Global Energy London.