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Puller (band)
Puller was a post-grunge band formed in the mid-1990s. They released three full-length albums and one EP for Tooth & Nail Records and disbanded in 2001.

Pulley
A pulley, also called a sheave or a drum, is a mechanism composed of a wheel on an axle or shaft that may have a groove between two flanges around its circumference. A rope, cable, belt, or chain usually runs over the wheel and inside the groove, if present

Pulling
Pulling is a BBC comedy series, produced by Silver River Productions and broadcast on BBC Three, about three single female friends who live in Penge, south-east London

Pulling
Pulling may refer to:* Pulling , a 2004 American film* Pulling , a 2000s British TV series

Pullman
Pullman may refer to:*Pullman , various luxurious railway cars, cars, buses or coaches*Pullman Company, maker of Pullman rail cars*Pullman porter, a man hired by the Pullman Company to work as porter on sleeping cars

Pullover
Pullover may refer to:* Pullover Productions, UK producer of the children's television programme Pullover in the early 1980s* Sweater or hoodie, a piece of clothing "pulled over" the head instead of buttoned or zipped-up

Pulmonary embolism
Pulmonary embolism is a blockage of the main artery of the lung or one of its branches by a substance that has travelled from elsewhere in the body through the bloodstream . Usually this is due to embolism of a thrombus from the deep veins in the legs, a process termed venous thromboembolism

Pulmonary vein
The pulmonary veins are large blood vessels that carry blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart. In humans there are four pulmonary veins, two from each lung

Pulp
-Films and television:* Pulp * Pulp -Publications:* Pulp * Pulp magazine , inexpensive fiction magazines or paperbacks* Pulp , a monthly manga anthology

Pulp (juice)
Pulp is a brand of Nectar introduced to the Peruvian market by the Ajegroup in 2004. Pulp is sold in glass bottles of 300 ml and Cartons of 150 ml and one litre in the flavors durazno , mango, and piña .

Pulp (spleen)
The pulp of the spleen is practically all splenic tissue from one trabecular artery to another. It consists of red pulp and white pulp.

Pulp fiction
Pulp fiction may refer to:* pulp magazines, short stories presented in a magazine format, printed on cheaply made wood-pulp paper* Pulp Fiction, a 1994 film directed by Quentin Tarantino

Pulpit
Pulpit is a speakers' stand in a church. In many Christian churches, there are two speakers' stands at the front of the church. Typically, the one on the left is called the pulpit

Pulpit (horse)
Pulpit , is an American Thoroughbred stallion who now performs stud duties at Claiborne Farm for a fee of $60,000 per live foal. His sire is the 1992 Eclipse Award winner for American Horse of the Year and American Champion Three-Year-Old Male Horse, A.P. Indy

Pulpitum
The pulpitum is a common feature in medieval cathedral and monastic architecture in Europe. It is a massive screen, most often constructed of stone, or occasionally timber, that divides the choir from the nave and ambulatory The pulpitum is a common feature in medieval cathedral and monastic architecture in Europe. It is a massive screen, most often constructed of stone, or occasionally timber, that divides the choir (the area containing the choir stalls and high altar in a cathedral, collegiate or monastic church) from the nave and ambulatory The pulpitum is a common feature in medieval cathedral and monastic architecture in Europe. It is a massive screen, most often constructed of stone, or occasionally timber, that divides the choir (the area containing the choir stalls and high altar in a cathedral, collegiate or monastic church) from the nave and ambulatory (the parts of the church to which lay worshippers may have

Pulque
Pulque, or octli, is a milk-colored, somewhat viscous alcoholic beverage made from the fermented sap of the maguey plant, and is a traditional native beverage of Mexico. The drink’s history extends far back into the Mesoamerican period, when it was considered sacred, and its use was limited to certain classes of people

Puls
Puls is a municipality in the district of Steinburg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Puls
Puls may refer to:* Puls , a Danish music band specializing in club dance music* Puls, Steinburg, municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany* Puls , album by Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider* TV Puls, Polish television channel

Pulsar
A pulsar is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation. The radiation can only be observed when the beam of emission is pointing towards the Earth. This is called the lighthouse effect and gives rise to the pulsed nature that gives pulsars their name

Pulsar (comics)
Pulsar is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe, a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.-Publication history:The character first appeared as Impulse in X-Men #107 , and was created by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum.The character subsequently appears in X-Men: Spotlight on Starjammers #2 , Quasar #32 ,

Pulsar (Toy)
Pulsar: The Ultimate Man of Adventure was an action figure for boys made by Mattel in 1976. Pulsar was a 14" action figure looked like a handsome middle aged man with short white hair. However once you opened his sweat suit top it revealed that his entire torso was clear plastic which allowed viewing of his internal organs

Pulse (Music Group)
Pulse were the winners of the BBC reality show, Dance X. Readers of The Sun newspaper chose the band's name. They signed a recording contract with Gut Records, and released their first single, "Dancing in Repeat", as a digital download in August 2007, and as a CD single the following month

PULSE (P2PTV)
PULSE is a P2PTV application developed by the European FP7 NAPA-WINE research consortium.PULSE stands for Peer-to-Peer Unstructured Live Streaming Experiment and is a peer-to-peer live streaming system designed to operate in scenarios where the bandwidth resources of nodes can be highly heterogeneous and variable over time, as is the case for the Internet.-History:The principles

Pulse (physics)
In physics, a pulse is a single disturbance that moves through a medium from one point to the next point.-Pulse Reflection:Consider a pulse moving through a medium - perhaps through a rope or a slinky. When the pulse reaches the end of that medium, what happens to it depends on whether the medium is fixed in space or free to move at its end

Pulse (TV channel)
Pulse was an entertainment channel focusing on eSports as well as American extreme sports, classic films and mixed martial arts, broadcasting in the United Kingdom on British Sky Broadcasting.

Pulsing
Pulsing may refer to:* Pulsing * Pulse

Pulu (album)
Pulu is the 1998 debut album of Ismo Alanko Säätiö. The newly formed band's sound has influences from Finnish folk music. An important part of the album's sound is reputed accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen. Pulu reached number one on the Finnish album charts.In "Rakkaus on ruma sana", Alanko criticizes the Finnish word "rakkaus" for being ugly

Pulver
Pulver is the German word for powder from pulvis—dust—and may refer to:* Pulver , an album by the Swedish band LifeloverPulver is the surname of:* David L

Pulver (album)
Pulver is the first full-length album by Swedish black metal band Lifelover, released in 2006.-Track listing:-Personnel:* - vocals, speech, guitar, lyrics* B - vocals, bass, piano, lyrics

Pum
Pum is a town in the Batken Province of Kyrgyzstan.Nearby towns and villages include Maydan and Kara-Kshtak .- External links :* *

Puma
The cougar , also known as puma, mountain lion, mountain cat, catamount or panther, depending on the region, is a mammal of the family Felidae, native to the Americas

Puma (genus)
Puma is a genus in Felidae that contains the cougar and the jaguarundi, and may also include several poorly known Old World fossil representatives .-Species:*Puma concolor – CougarPuma pardoides Puma is a genus in Felidae that contains the cougar (also known as the puma, among other names) and the jaguarundi, and may also include several poorly known Old World fossil representatives (for example, Puma pardoides, or "Owen's panther," a large cougar-like cat of Eurasia's Pleistocene).-Species:*Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771) – CougarPuma pardoides Puma is a genus in Felidae that contains the cougar (also known as the puma, among other names) and the jaguarundi, and may also include several poorly known Old World fossil representatives (for example, Puma pardoides, or "Owen's panther," a large cougar-like cat of Eurasia's Pleistocene).-Species:*Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771) – CougarPuma pardoides (Owen,

Pumice
Pumice is a textural term for a volcanic rock that is a solidified frothy lava typically created when super-heated, highly pressurized rock is violently ejected from a volcano. It can be formed when lava and water are mixed. This unusual formation is due to the simultaneous actions of rapid cooling and rapid depressurization

Pump (disambiguation)
A pump is a mechanical device used to move fluids and slurries.Pump may also refer to:*Pump A technique in skateboarding*Pump or Antlia, an eighteenth-century faint constellation in the southern sky*Laser pumping

Pump (skateboarding)
For other uses, see Pump Pumping is a longboarding technique used to gain speed without the riders' feet leaving the board. This is done by selectively applying pressure to different parts of the board. Pumping can be done on flatland by turning or on a transition like a ramp or quarter pipe

Pumping (My Heart)
"Pumping " is a rock song written by Patti Smith, Ivan Kral and Jay Dee Daugherty, and released as a second single from Patti Smith Group 1976 album Radio Ethiopia. In 1989 the song was covered by Dramarama on their album Box Office Bomb.

Pumping (oil well)
In the context of oil wells, pumping is a routine operation involving injecting fluids into the well. Pumping may either be done by rigging up to the kill wing valve on the Xmas tree or, if an intervention rig up is present pumping into the riser through a T-piece

Pumpkin
A pumpkin is a gourd-like squash of the genus Cucurbita and the family Cucurbitaceae . It commonly refers to cultivars of any one of the species Cucurbita pepo, Cucurbita mixta, Cucurbita maxima, and Cucurbita moschata, and is native to North America

Pumpkin (disambiguation)
Pumpkin is a large orange fruit of the genus Cucurbita.Pumpkin may also refer to:* Pumpkin * Pumpkin * Pumpkin * Pumpkin case, a 2007 criminal investigation

Pumpkin pie
Pumpkin pie is a traditional sweet dessert, often eaten during the fall and early winter, especially for Thanksgiving and Christmas in the United States and Canada. The pumpkin is a symbol of harvest time and featured also at Halloween.

Pun
The pun, also called paronomasia, is a form of word play which suggests two or more meanings, by exploiting multiple meanings of words, or of similar-sounding words, for an intended humorous or rhetorical effect. These ambiguities can arise from the intentional use and abuse of homophonic, homographic, metonymic, or metaphorical language

Pun (disambiguation)
Pun may refer to:* Pun, a figure of speech that plays on words that are similar to each other* Pan , a Chinese surname* a tool used to tamp down clay: see puddling * Big Pun, a rapper

Punch
Punch may refer to:* Punch , a strike made using the hand closed into a fist* Punch , a general term for various mixed drinks, often containing fruit, fruit juice, and/or alcohol

Punch (album)
-Credits:*Producer: Steven Epstein*Engineer: Richard King*Assistant engineers: Hyomin Kang, Don Goodrick*Mixing: Steven Epstein, Richard King*Mastering: Steven Epstein, Richard King*Cover photography: Autumn de Wilde*Wardrobe: Shirley Kurata

Punch (tool)
A punch is a hard metal rod with a shaped tip at one end and a blunt butt end at the other, which is usually struck by a hammer. Punches are used to drive objects, such as nails, or to form an impression of the tip on a workpiece

Punch line
A punch line is the final part of a joke, comedy sketch, or profound statement, usually the word, sentence or exchange of sentences which is intended to be funny or to provoke laughter or thought from listeners

Punch line (ice hockey)
The Punch line was a famous ice hockey line for the Montreal Canadiens in the 1940s. It consisted of Elmer Lach at center, Toe Blake on left wing, and Maurice Richard on the right side.

Punch list
A punch list is generally a list of tasks or "to-do" items. In the U.S. construction industry, a punch list is the name of a contract document used in the architecture and building trades to organize the completion of a construction project

Punch Out (Ugly Betty episode)
"Punch Out" is the nineteenth episode from the dramedy series Ugly Betty, which aired on April 19, 2007

Puncheon (disambiguation)
Puncheon may refer to:* Puncheon, a container for wine or spirits* Puncheon, a plank road* Puncheon, a figured stamp, die, or punch, used by goldsmiths, cutlers, etc* Puncheon, a short, upright piece of timber in framing; a short post; an intermediate stud

Punctuation
Punctuation marks are symbols that indicate the structure and organization of written language, as well as intonation and pauses to be observed when reading aloud.In written English, punctuation is vital to disambiguate the meaning of sentences

Puncture
Puncture may refer to:*A wound caused by such objects as nails or needles*a flat tyre in British English *Puncture , an English punk band

Puncture (band)
Puncture was an early English punk group. Founded in the summer of 1976, this Islington, London based, four-piece combo consisted of Paul McCallum , Steve Counsel , Jak Stafford and "The Fabulous" Marty Truss

Pundit
Pundit may refer to:* Pandit or pundit in India, a scholar or expert, especially of traditional Indian law, philosophy, or music* Pundit , a 19th century term to denote native surveyors who explored regions to the north of India for the British Empire* Pundit , an expert or opinion-leader who analyzes events in an area of expertise in the popular media

Pune (Lok Sabha constituency)
Pune Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 48 Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra state in western India.-Assembly segments:Presently, Pune Lok Sabha constituency comprises six Vidhan Sabha segments

Pung
Pung may refer to:*Alice Pung, a lawyer, the editor of Growing Up Asian in Australia and author of Unpolished Gem*Buyeo Pung, one of the sons of King Uija of Baekje*Jackie Pung , American professional golfer who played on the LPGA Tour

Pungesti
Pungeşti is a commune in Vaslui County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Armăşoaia, Curseşti-Deal, Curseşti-Vale, Hordila, Pungeşti, Rapşa, Siliştea, Stejaru and Toporăşti.

Pungi (software)
Pungi is a program for making spins of Fedora , from the release 7 upwards.

Puni
-Places:*Puni, Afghanistan*Puni, Lithuania*Puni, New Zealand*Puni, village in Mukim Bangar, Brunei-People:*Ivan Puni , Russian avant-garde artist*Janne "Puni" Hiltunen , Finnish martial artist-Other:*Puni

Puni (clan)
Puni is a clan and gotra of Jats and Rajputs from Northern Indian State of Punjab. Most of the members of this clan are predominantly Sikhs by religion and found more in Majha and Doaba regions of Punjab and are settled in both rural and urban areas

Punica (poem)
The Punica is a Latin epic poem in seventeen books in dactylic hexameter written by Silius Italicus comprising some twelve thousand lines . It is the longest surviving Latin poem from antiquity

Punicic acid
Punicic acid is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, 18:3 . It is named for the pomegranate, , and is obtained from pomegranate seed oil.

Punics
The Punics were a group of western Semitic-speaking peoples from Carthage in North Africa who traced their origins to a group of Phoenician and Cypriot settlers, but also to North African Berbers . Punics were probably a mix of Berbers and Phoenicians in terms of culture and ancestry

Punisher (Galactus)
The Punisher is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Fantastic Four #49 , and was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist and co-plotter Jack Kirby.

Punishment
Punishment is the authoritative imposition of something negative or unpleasant on a person or animal in response to behavior deemed wrong by an individual or group.