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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On January 4, the Nigerian army said it had rescued another of the girls' classmates in the Pulka region of Borno, near the border with Cameroon.
Credas has also recruited two former GoCompare developers, Patrick Pulka and Bleddyn Richards, to the team, and has employed Leah Amesbury, who has an extensive background in the financial sector as a project manager.
In April, Boko Haram kidnapped 13 women who were picking fruit near Hambagda, while a month earlier its fighters abducted 18 girls from the nearby village of Pulka.
0500 GMT) in Pulka, Gwoza Local Government Area, in BornoState.
Maryam Ali Maiyanga was discovered while troops were screening escapees from Boko Haram's base in the Sambisa forest in Pulka, Gwoza Local Government Area, in Borno State, Reuters (http://www.
Likely, they knew that polka is from the Czech for "half-step," pulka a rapid shift from one foot to the other, the basic step of the polka: a starting and immediately a hesitation with this person who is in your arms.
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".
That the Olivers may have been aware of this potential obstruction did not create a duty on their part to assist or warn Stolzman (see Pulka v Edelman, 40 NY2d 781, 785 [1976], rearg denied 41 NY2d 901 [1977] ["foreseeability should not be confused with duty"]).
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.