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plu

(pluː) or

plue

n
(Textiles) variant spellings of plew

PLU

abbreviation for
people like us
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plu.

plural.
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Nor can I tell why you should wear nature-sandals, nor why you should wear such cheap plue clothes.
The 74.6-1 treble was completed when Her Own Kind (4-5) cruised home in the Auker Rhodes Plue Parrot EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
Moreover, tasks containing these skills have formed the basis to modify and evaluate language expression in early childhood intervention programs (Karnes, 1973; Mosley & Plue, 1983).
Attending: Vicky Plue, sales; Morris Nusuin, development; Shelly Gant, deliveries.
In recent years, researchers have used this research method, with some modifications, to address issues in education, including residential services for people with developmental disabilities (Shaddock, Hattie, Edwards, Bramston, & Brummell, 1986), collaborative consultation between special and general educators (West & Cannon, 1988), education of gifted children (Cramer, 1991), vocational education programs for students with mild retardation (Plue, 1985), and recreation and leisure for people with disabilities (Hunt & Brooks, 1982).
This neighboorhood organizing experience plue her education in gerontology made her a perfect choice to get Emmanus up and running.
Joining him as officers are vice presidents Anthony DeCarlo of Cincinnati; Chris Forster of Tustin, Calif.; Mario Garza of Southville, Mich.; and, Chris Plue of San Mateo, Calif.
Daggett, MSN, RN; (1,4) Heather Woodward-Hagg, MS; (1) Teresa Damush, PhD; (1-2,4,6) Laurie Plue, MA; (1,4) Scott Russell, BS; (1) George Allen; (1) Linda S.
It is smothered in small white flowers on bare stems in early spring and the blooms are followed by small greyish leaves with a pale plue tinge on the underside.
Although our study's caregivers, on average, reported mild levels of depressive symptoms, approximately 30% of all caregivers had moderate, moderate-to-severe, or severe depressive symptoms--a rate nearly twice that reported by Bakas, Kroenke, Plue, Perkins, and Williams (2006).