pugh


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pugh

(puː)
interj
an archaic spelling of pooh
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Do, ma'am, let me go and see, only for a fancy, whether he is there still."--"Pugh!" says Sophia.
Pugh weighs these memories and his lifelong collection of French friends against the prevailing anti-French mood of the country in the waive of the 2003 Iraqi War, and he struggles to understand the shift in the American perspective.
P'," says Paul Pugh, his partner of 25 years at Petrinovich Pugh & Company.
In making a highly enlightened contribution to the Santa Monica cityscape, Pugh + Scarpa's low-key, economical approach draws on the industrially-inspired traditions of Californian Modernism and its preoccupation with lightness, modular planning and prefabricated components.
One of the alleged victims claims he had to "fight off" Pugh when he tried to touch him in a tent while on a trip in the north of England.
On the third day of his trial at Cardiff Crown Court, Pugh, giving evidence, told the jury he had qualified as a teacher in 1965 after attending St Peter's College in Birmingham.
The announcement came days after Baltimore City Council called for Pugh to resign amid a scandal over a major purchase of children's books she authored by the University of Maryland Medical System and other groups, reported CNN.
Pugh is the second mayor to resign the office amid an ethics scandal since 2010.
They are six points outside the top six after back-to-back defeats, yet Pugh claims they can still mount a late promotion push.
Material and Method: A total of 94 patients (47 cases of Child Pugh B and 47 cases of Child Pugh Class C) were included in this study.
Mr Pugh, 48, said he was feeling "relieved and exhilarated" after completing the 330-mile swim, which is estimated to have taken 500,000 to 750,000 strokes.
The pair were neighbours in Hathersage Road, Great Barr, for more than 40 years and Mrs Pugh said he promised her a third of the proceeds from the sale of his house after his death.