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  • n. Plural form of Pa.


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  • I have a maison secondaire in Pas de Calais, northern france so as I live in the south of england it is easily accessible for rural weekends.

    joyeux - French Word-A-Day

  • Last week's late-night rally was held at the headquarters of the Islamic opposition party, called Pas, which is eagerly embracing Azizah and her new multiracial National Justice Party, Keadilan.

    Mother Of The Revolt

  • The guys behind the Odin boutique in the East Village are opening a women's store nextdoor called Pas de Deux in August.

    Morning Memo: Kimora's Collection; Garner and Affleck's Bun

  • "I felt like I could understand every word Pas ever said before you finished."

    Exodus From The Long Sun

  • The road, to avoid the narrow passage called the Pas de Grégoire, ascends to a considerable elevation, and then descends to the village of

    The South of France—East Half

  • Between these two divisions the mountain torrent of the Sarine rushes through a deep gorge called the Pas de la

    The Counts of Gruyère

  • I experienced this pleasure in its utmost extent as I approached Chambery, not far from a mountain which is called Pas de l'Echelle.

    The Confessions of J J Rousseau

  • I experienced this pleasure to its utmost extent as I approached Chambéry, not far from a mountain road called the Pas d'Échelle.

    The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times

  • DAP turut khuatir Pas akan beralih arah dengan mengambil pendirian yang lebih mesra Umno atas nama perpaduan umat Islam.

    Planet Malaysia

  • Entitled Pas de Deux and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, the dance featured dazzlingly limber Katita Waldo and the striking Ivan Popov.

    San Francisco Sentinel


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