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POLE. A measure of length, equal to five yards and a half. Vide Measure.

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He said 300 families from Polus, Sathwal, Truti and other villages along LoC have deserted their villages on Sunday feeling insecure due to unprovoked shelling by Indian forces across the border.
The Polus Center is a Clinton-based nonprofit organization that promotes opportunities for people with disabilities and members of other vulnerable groups in Massachusetts to become active citizens.
and Tooley (2) believed "The best map prior to Tasman was Henricus Hondius' Polus Antarcticus of 1641.
448C 4-9, states, 'That Aristotle attributes the doctrine of our passage to Polus need not, of course, mean that he found it elsewhere than in the Gorgias'.
We selected Siebel Systems' hosted CRM solution because we know Siebel is the leading provider of CRM solutions, and Siebel CRM OnDemand is an excellent tool for rapidly growing small businesses," continued Polus.
The key to a successful social enterprise is for customers to not even realize it's a social enterprise," said Theresa Kane, the chief operating officer for the Polus Center.
Kane said the Polus Center, which also works in the United States with people with developmental disabilities, had expanded its mission to include international development work.
Because the Polus Center has established the sustainable infrastructure to support landmine victims in these regions, funds provided by the Coffeelands Trust go directly to coffee farmers and their families to provide rehabilitation services and help them establish a means of earning a viable income.
When and why did you start the Polus Center in Clinton?
The Polus Center project is the first of several locations being considered by Cineplex Odeon in this market over the next several years and will serve as a platform for future expansion beyond Hungary into such nearby markets as Germany, Austria, Poland, Italy and the Czech Republic.
Sponsored in part by the Old Timer Restaurant, on Church Street, and Tinker's Cart, on High Street, all proceeds will benefit people with disabilities in Massachusetts through the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, Inc.
Sponsored in part by the Old Timer Restaurant and Tinker's Cart, all proceeds will benefit people with disabilities in Massachusetts through the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, Inc.