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to cry with soft, intermittent, often plaintive sounds

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cry weakly or softly

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Hermano Pule created in the Cofradia a parallel and opposite world centered around devotion to Catholic saints, insistence on inner purity and mutual assistance, equanimity in the face of opposition, and the belief and practices in the prophecies of charismatic leaders like Hermano Pule.
Kabul [Afghanistan], Dec 28 ( ANI ): The death toll in a suicide attack on Tebyan center in Pule Sokhtia area of Kabul on Thursday morning has reached to 40.
If we achieve nothing with this public action, we have voted at a meeting to call a strike," Pule said earlier.
Judge Lockhart also made orders that cash seized from the defendants should be forfeited under the Misuse of Drugs Act - a total of PS4,734 from Antony Jones, PS113 from Colin, PS870 from Jordan, PS282 from Sleem, PS620 from Barden and PS45 from Pule.
His entry, "Hermano Pule," a historical drama, won't be produced anymore this year, hopefully next year.
Martin Pule, chief scientific officer of Autolus and senior lecturer at the UCL Cancer Institute and NIHR University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre, said, 'It is exciting to be involved in Autolus, where we have an opportunity to bring innovative new therapeutic approaches to patients who often have no alternative treatment path.
Both Onica Mothoa and Mpho Pule have alleged that Mandela had illicit affairs with their mothers while he was married to his first wife Evelyn Mase.
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.
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.
South African communications minister Dina Pule has said that her department does not intend to compel MTN to pull out of Iran.
lorikeet or parakeet; mese = the middle string of a 7-stringed lyre in ancient Greek music; mise = to be miserly; nide= a brood of pheasants; nate = to use; nighs = draws near to; pule = a whine; tute =coll.
of Cambridge), introduces Pule as one of New Zealand's most significant "new Oceania" artists, with whom he co-wrote a book on traditional Niuean (Polynesian island) barkcloth art which influenced his work.
From the relation between Niki and Pule the reader gains some insight into the image of black masculinity at this time as depicted in the text.