pussel

pussel

(ˈpʌsəl)
n
1. a maid; a girl
2. a harlot
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Spanish designer Xavier Manosa's Kettal Pussel series for Kettal provides a bright new perspective on subtle alfresco lighting.
In large part, this focus on personal rather than political mysteries constitutes a revival of influences stemming from the British crime fiction tradition that dominated the Swedish crime fiction scene up until the arrival of Sjowall and Wahloo (Karrholm "Konsten att lagga pussel" 8; Persson 389).
A retrospective comparison of the use of epoetin alfa and darbepoetin alfa in Australian haemodialysis patients found there were slight differences in haematological parameters in patients receiving epoetin alfa compared with patients receiving darbepoetin alfa, although the clinical relevance of these small differences is uncertain (Pussel & Walker, 2007).
The international management team with John Stachowiak, Bernhard Pussel and William Ingalsbe in pole position has broad leadership experience and excellent telecommunications know how.