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paal

(pɑːl)
n
Caribbean a stake driven into the ground
[from Dutch: a pile, stake]
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Former AIT Director Douglas Paal held a similar view, saying the Executive branch of government would take note of the 'exhortations' from the Legislative branch, but it was still in charge of foreign policy according to the Constitution.
In previous decades, one could argue that Washington was merely "continuing its post-World War II military engagement" in the region, whereas now the United States is strengthening its diplomatic efforts to reach the high water mark of the 1990s, said Paal, a former diplomat.
Dun Laoghaire Marina manager Paal Janson said: "The main reason we see such a flow of visitors is because of the attraction of the capital.
About 200 such fields are expected to come online in the next four years and by 2020 more than 11,000 subsea wells will be operating worldwide, Schlumberger Chief Executive Paal Kibsgaard said at a recent energy conference.
Douglas Paal, Northeast Asian expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, noted that U.
Visitors to the gallery will be able to check out the work of Absalom&Bardsley (Ben Absalom & Sam Bardsley), Ami Barnes, Amy Bullock, Paal Henrik Ekern, Sheree Murphy and Chiara Tocci.
Police lawyer Paal Fredrik Hjort Kraby said: "We are looking at video camera at the centre of Oslo to see if his movements are correct.
CAMO Software AS, a provider of analytical modelling, prediction and optimisation solutions, has appointed Paal Braathen as chief executive officer, the company announced today.
He is survived by his daughter, Susan Mitchell and her husband, Robert, of Harvard; two granddaughters, Karen Brandvold and her husband, Paal, of Bolton, and Sandra Sloan and her husband, Scott, of Harvard; four great-grandchildren, Connor and Liam Sloan and Amalie and Victoria Brandvold; and his good friend and companion, Josephine Brodeur of West Yarmouth; and his beloved 18-year-old cat, Butchie.
Workshops "Algebra, Geometry and Mathematical Physics" (AGMP) started in 2005 within the framework of the Baltic-Nordic Network and since then we have already had three these scientific meetings, held at Tallinn University of Technology (Eugen Paal, chair), Lund University (Sergei Silvestrov, chair), and Chalmers University of Technology and Goteborg University (Alexander Stolin, chair).
Norwegian news agency NTB identified the Norwegian as Paal Refsdaal and said he was in Afghanistan working on a documentary.
Gjerstad (who also blows clarinet) will be bringing along fellow Norwegian Paal Nilssen-Love, an astounding drummer, and a real bonus for an already exciting combo.