Paul

Paul may refer to:

  • Paul (name), a given name or surname (includes a list of people with that name)

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Yourcodenameis:milo - Discography
... Released 12 May 2004 Format LP Label Polydor Records Writer Paul Mullen, Adam Hiles, Justin Lockey, Ross Harley, Paul Gamble-'Bez'-Beresford Producer Steve Albini Singles I.Shoes, All Roads To. 2006 Format LP Label V2 Records Writer Paul Mullen, Adam Hiles, Justin Lockey, Ross Harley, Shaun Abbott, Alex Pennie, James Frost, Robin Hawkins, Iwan Griffiths, Gordon Moakes, Ross ...
Vivek Paul
... Vivek Paul (born 1958) is an Indian-born businessman and founder of Akansa Capital, an India-focused Private Equity Fund ... Prior to Akansa, Paul was most recently a partner at TPG Capital, one of the world’s leading private equity investment firms ...
Paul - Other Uses
... Paul (bakery), bakery franchise based in France Hurricane Paul (1982) Hurricane Paul (2006) Paul is dead, conspiracy theory about Paul McCartney Paul the Octopus (2008–2010 ...
2007–08 NBA Season - NBA Awards - Players of The Month
... Boozer, CarlosCarlos Boozer (Utah Jazz) 02December Howard, DwightDwight Howard (Orlando Magic) Paul, ChrisChris Paul (New Orleans Hornets) 03January James ...
Detroit Pistons - Management - Head Coaches
... Earl Lloyd, 1971–73 Terry Dischinger, 1971 Bill Van Breda Kolff, 1969–71 Paul Seymour, 1969 Donnie Butcher, 1967–69 Dave DeBusschere, player-coach 1965–67 Charles Wolf, 1963–65 ...

Famous quotes containing the word paul:

    Nevertheless, in the Lord woman is not independent of man or man independent of woman. For just as woman came from man, so man comes through woman; but all things come from God.
    Bible: New Testament, 1 Corinthians 11:11.

    In v. 9, Paul wrote “Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.”

    When Paul Bunyan’s loggers roofed an Oregon bunkhouse with shakes, fog was so thick that they shingled forty feet into space before discovering they had passed the last rafter.
    State of Oregon, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)