Paula

Paula is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Paula

[given name] Paula is a common female given name (from Latin Paulus, petite). Notable people with this name include: ==In fiction== == See also == ...
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Paula

One of the Amiga's custom chips, which handles sound (audio DAC's), 4703 custom interupt chip, serial chip and disk management.
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Paula

(from the article `Jerome, Saint`) ...Latin Psalter based on a few Septuagint (Greek translation of the Old Testament) manuscripts. He held classes for a monastic-minded circle of ...
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Paula

(from the article `Allende, Isabel`) Allende`s first nonfiction work, Paula (1994), was written as a letter to her daughter, who died of a hereditary blood disease in 1992. A more ...
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Paula

(from the article `Stieglitz, Alfred`) ...regularly to revise his own early artistic achievement and to emphasize early work that in retrospect seemed more interesting than it had when ...
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Paula

Paula is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `small, modest` The name Paula is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Paula is given to boys and girls in Scotland Use for the other sex: Paul What do they use in other countries? Pasha (Russian) Paulie Paola (Italian, Spanish) The name sounds like: Bai...
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