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

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"Customers can also look forward to a fresh food market."The shopping arcade will be built in the empty space after French retailer Carrefour left Polus.
Polus agrees that more girls have entered the program over the past few years, but he credits the success of the women's hockey teams in the last two Winter Olympics with ramping up interest, including their gold medal victory over Canada in February in South Korea.
The Polus Gold KG has won the auction held in May 2017 for the Urmaral placer gold mine.
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.
The "Polus Antarcticus" series of maps is one of the most important cartographic, historic, and geographic records of the exploration of the southern Pacific Ocean, tracking Dutch exploration of Australia and New Zealand from 1616 to 1644.
remarks, 'Polus was a well-known pupil of Gorgias, and this jingle is in Gorgias' style.
"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.
CLINTON - Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., a leader in specialty coffee and coffeemakers, recently made a $200,000 donation in the form of a two-year grant to the Coffeelands Trust, a project of the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, Inc., which has offices in Clinton, Worcester and Petersham.
Chief operating officer, Polus Center for Social and Economic Development Inc., Clinton.
The World Gifts Espresso Cafe is a project of the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, which supports people with disabilities to live and work within the community.