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to cry with soft, intermittent, often plaintive sounds

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cry weakly or softly

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Pule said, "We'll bring the old players and new together.
Minister Pule is satisfied about the integrity of the selection and evaluation process.
The trust's wardens will lead a six-mile walk across the moors, with a break half way to take in the views from Pule Hill, where walkers will be rewarded with a cream tea.
Ms Pule urged all the SABC stakeholders to work tirelessly to recover the integrity of the SABC brands.
At first there was only one rail track under Pule Hill, but eventually four tracks, just over three miles long, meant that four trains could travel through Pule Hill at the same time, two travelling eastwards and two westwards.
But now Ms Mothoa and relatives of Ms Pule, who died in 2009 aged 63, are demanding that the women also be acknowledged as descendants of Madiba, Mandela's clan name.
Owos-Oab, Mahetage, Ongoro Nomundo, Pule and friends, Gerry Dread and Lady on Sax.
Keith Jefferies, the lawyer for rapist George Jason Pule, told the jury that the victim had made a false complaint, saying the sex was consensual and accused him of rape after she regretted it, Fairfax NZreports.
Reports earlier this month said the world No 1 had bought the expensive cheese, known as pule, from the only farm that produces it in his native country for about $500 (Dh1,836) per pound.
It had been reported earlier that Djokovic had bought the cheese, known as pule, from the only farm which supplies it and that it would be served at a chain of restaurants, which he owns in Serbia.
The truly international nature of ITU Telecom World -- and the importance accorded it by governments everywhere -- is reflected in the presence of telecommunications ministers such as Stephen Conroy of Australia; Rene Castro of Costa Rica; Kapil Sibal of India; Abdelkader Amara of Morocco; Dina Deliwe Pule of South Africa; Ivo Ivanovski, of the FYR Macedonia; and Anudith Nakornthap of Thailand.
TOP COMMENT Pule said: "There would seem to be some logic in having roads which go where people want to travel.
Speaking at a malaria sensitization workshop in Francistown, Botswana's second largest city situated some 430km northeast of the capital of Gaborone on Monday, Francistown City Council (FCC) Chief Health Officer Lopang Pule attributed the significant decline to public participation in the fight against malaria.