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  Paul London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
London and Kidman continued their feud for a few months before London was placed in the hunt for the cruiserweight gold.
Paul London, who used the shooting star on July 30, 2005 in a WWE Velocity match with Nunzio, was told afterwards not to use the move anymore, and to come up with a new finisher.
Paul London is currently undefeated at WWE Judgment Day with a record of 2 wins and 0 losses.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_London   (1104 words)

 St Paul's Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
St Paul's Cathedral is a cathedral on Ludgate Hill, in the City of London, and the seat of the Bishop of London.
The third St Paul's (known as Old St Paul's, a nineteenth century coinage, or the pre-Great Fire St Paul's), was begun by the Normans after the 1087 fire.
Because of its prominent and recognizable form on the skyline, a view which is protected from many vantage points, St Paul's is often used in movies as part of an establishing shot to place the viewers in London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/St._Paul's_Cathedral   (2260 words)

 WWE: Superstars > SmackDown > Paul London > Profile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At The Great American Bash, Paul London and his partner Brian Kendrick outlasted their rugged, aggressive opponents, the Pitbulls to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship.
London is "out-there," wearing flashy tights and long tassels on his wrestling boots.
Paul London and his partner Brian Kendrick scored yet another upset victory when they defeated MNM for the sixth straight time at Judgment Day to capture the WWE Tag Team Championship.
www.wwe.com /superstars/smackdown/paullondon/profile   (351 words)

 Paul London - Leading Authorities Speakers Bureau
Paul London is President of Paul A. London and Associates, an economic consulting group.
London also served as deputy undersecretary of commerce for economics and statistics from 1993 to 1997.
Just as the prosperity of the 1990s was driven by more intense competition, London argues that future prosperity will depend less on tax cuts and monetary policy than on having the political courage to maintain competition where it is strong and expand it in industries with still-rising costs, such as health care and education.
www.leadingauthorities.com /19373/Paul_London.htm   (448 words)

 Historic London: St. Paul's Cross
Paul's Cathedral Churchyard, was the setting, and perhaps to some extent the inspiration, of some of the most pregnant scenes in the story of London, and almost of England.
It was, too, the spot at which Londoners, in the management of their own affairs or in times of national crisis, assembled as if drawn thither by a natural magnet.
Paul's Cross was, as we have said, swept away by the wave of Puritanism which robbed English architecture and history of so many treasures.
www.britannia.com /history/londonhistory/paulcross.html   (924 words)

 London Broncos Paul Sykes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul moved south to join London on a permanent basis in August 2002.
Paul soon settled back to life in the Capital and representative honours were gained with an appearance for England "A" against New Zealand in October, followed by a place on the successful "A" team tour to Fiji and Tonga.
Paul is a fan of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Stone Roses, whilst he also enjoys football and golf.
www.londonbroncos.co.uk /site/teams/pp_1sykes.html   (226 words)

 St Paul's Cathedral, London
St Paul's Cathedral, seat of the Bishop of London and "parish church of the British Commonwealth", is the largest and most famous of the City's churches.
The relief on the pediment of the Conversion of St Paul, the statue of St Paul above the pediment and the two flanking statues of Saints James and Peter are by Francis Bird.
The cupola is decorated with eight scenes from the life of St Paul by Thornhill; the mosaics were the work of Salviati at the end of the 19th century.
www.planetware.com /london/st-pauls-cathedral-gb-l-spal.htm   (973 words)

 Welcome to St Paul's Cathedral - About St Pauls
Its architectural and artistic importance reflect the determination of the five monarchs who oversaw its building that London’s leading church should be as beautiful and imposing as their private palaces.
As the Cathedral of the capital city, St Paul’s is the spiritual focus for the Nation.
St Paul’s Cathedral is the cathedral of the Diocese of London.
www.stpauls.co.uk /page.aspx?theLang=001lngdef&pointerid=97320F44yHMK9hndcXZBD5sVH4m52Yc0   (422 words)

 WWE: Superstars > SmackDown > Paul London   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On SmackDown, Paul London and K.C. James match was interrupted when the Pitbulls ran in and laid a beating on both the Tag Team Champs and their opponents.
Paul London and Brian Kendrick sat down with WWE.com to discuss their difficult road to becoming WWE Superstars, and the sacrifices they made along the way.
The names of all World Wrestling Entertainment televised and live programming, talent names, images, likenesses, slogans and wrestling moves and all World Wrestling Entertainment logos are trademarks which are the exclusive property of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
www.wwe.com /superstars/smackdown/paullondon   (161 words)

Paul Grimwood served 26 years as a professional firefighter, mostly within the busy inner-city area of London's west-end.
Throughout the 1980s he was diligent in his efforts to introduce CFBT to the UK Fire service and presented several innovating technical papers through international journals encouraging the use of 'new-wave' (pulsing), 'indirect' water-fog applications and tactical venting actions, along with compartment isolation strategies, to counter the hazards of 'rapid fire progress'.
Paul Grimwood's earlier published works during the 1970s introduced and had major influence on the development of UK community fire safety projects such as residential smoke detectors and the NFPA Learn not to Burn schools programme within the UK.
www.firetactics.com /PAUL-GRIMWOOD.htm   (1314 words)

 Peter and Paul . The History . Bibliography | PBS
London; A & C Black; and New York; WW Norton; 2001.
Farmer, W.R. Peter and Paul in the Church of Rome.
London; A & C Black; and New York; WW Norton; 2000.
www.pbs.org /empires/peterandpaul/history/bibliography/index.html   (554 words)

 Amazon.com: London Town: Music: Paul McCartney,Wings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The previous time Paul McCartney's Wings had been pared down to its core trio (Macca, wife Linda, and singer-guitarist Denny Laine), the band endured a star-crossed series of crises (the sudden defection of two band members and near-disastrous sessions in Nigeria) to produce its enduring 1973 masterpiece, Band on the Run.
London Town is a notch above its predecessor Wings at the Speed of Sound, but it still doesn't rank among his best solo works.
Anyone listening to Paul's albums in chronological order would probably be surprised by this album; the first since Wings Over America and the first studio release since At The Speed Of Sound.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00000DQWC?v=glance   (1651 words)

 Roland Allen: Weblog: St. Paul's Cathedral, London
Saint Paul's Cathedral is the central church of British Anglicans.A Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has overlooked the City of London since 604AD, a constant reminder to this great commercial centre of the importance of the spiritual side of...
Saint Paul's Cathedral is the central church of British Anglicans.
When the boundaries of the City of London were more defined than they are today, Temple Bar was one of the entrances or gates through which people and traffic had to pass.
blog.rolandallen.com /2006/03/st_pauls_cathedral_london.php   (348 words)

 Fragrance - Paul Smith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul Smith launched his first fragrance “Original” for men and for women in 2000.
Drawing inspiration from aromatherapy oils and energising lotions, the fragrance is relaxed for every day use, and can be summed up by the words “timeless and modernity”.
Paul Smith "Floral", a women's only fragrance completed the fragrance portfolio in September 2005.
www.paulsmith.co.uk /collections/fragrance.html   (212 words)

 PAUL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
PAUL has a network of over 250 sales outlets throughout France: in city centers, shopping-malls; railway stations; airports ; exhibition centers or parks; and motorway service areas.
PAUL has more than 34 shops outwith France.
These mini-embassies of PAUL French-style culture can be found in Spain, United Kingdom, Holland, Turkey, Morocco, Lebanon, Kuwait, Dubai and Japan.
www.paul.fr /magasins/us_recherche.php   (89 words)

 Paul Hastings: News: Paul Hastings Boosts International Corporate Practice With The Addition Of Richard Ambery To The ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
London (May 18, 2005) -- Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker LLP (Paul Hastings), a leading international law firm, is pleased to announce today that Richard Ambery, previously at Mayer Brown Rowe and Maw, has joined as of counsel in the corporate department, resident in the London office.  Mr.
“As part of Paul Hastings global corporate strategy, we are committed to expanding our transactional capabilities in all of the regions in which we operate, especially in Europe," said William Schwitter, Chair of the Paul Hastings Corporate Department.
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker LLP, founded in 1951, is an international law firm, representing Fortune 500 companies with more than 1,000 attorneys located in 17 offices: Atlanta, Beijing, Brussels, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Milan, New York, Orange County, Palo Alto, Paris, San Diego, San Francisco, Shanghai, Stamford, Tokyo and Washington, DC.
www.paulhastings.com /newsdetail.aspx?newsId=27   (387 words)

 Images of Saint Paul's Cathedral, London, by Sir Christopher Wren
Wren was given the opportunity to rebuild it after the medieval building had been destroyed in the Great Fire (although he had been involved in plans for its reconstruction even before 1666).
The scale of St. Paul's Cathedral is immense, with the dome visible from various points in London.
The dome is a feature in the London skyline--the most prominent until recently with the addition of enormous skyscrapers.
www.bluffton.edu /~sullivanm/england/london/wrenstpauls/wren.html   (748 words)

 Paul Smith London Fragrances from BeautyBay.com
Paul Smith's real passion was sport and his ambition was to become a professional racing cyclist, until aged 17 years, when he was in a terrible accident which led to six months in hospital.
Within two years, Paul Smith was managing his first boutique in Nottingham and with the encouragement of his girlfriend Pauline Denyer (now wife), opened a tiny shop in 1970.
Paul Smith London for women was launched in 2005 and is a subtle seductive scent.
www.beautybay.com /fragrances/paulsmith/london/f/iAdId24739   (262 words)

 Paul Rodgers News
Paul Rodgers Grand Marshal at the 25th Annual Grand Prix of Cleveland Race for Rainbow Pro-Am/Celebrity Go-Kart Race featuring legendary actor/racer Paul Newman and racing legends Bobby Rahal and Al Unser Jr.
Paul was touched by their sweetness and braveness, as all are AIDS orphans and gave each of them an English dictionary.
A statement issued by Paul Rodgers, Brian May and Roger Taylor read, "We felt it was fitting to thank London's emergency services for their extra-ordinary response in dealing with the effects of the bombing attacks and to indeed celebrate the historical resilience of Londoner's".
www.paulrodgers.com /news.html   (2934 words)

Paul Bowles in New York with Jonathan Sheffer and the EOS Orchestra; with Phillip Ramey at the New York School for Social Research Symposium
Paul Bowles at Phillip Ramey's reception; Rodrigo Rey Rosa, composers John Corigliano and Ned Rorem, Raphael Aladdin Cohen, Allen Hibbard, Gavin Lambert, Claude Nathalie Thomas and Joseph A. McPhillips III
Paul Bowles with his last maid Souad, the Palace Hotel in Madrid, Spain in 1993, with Abdelwahab El Abdellaoui, enjoying a doughnut with tea, and Paul Bowles before his death
www.paulbowles.org /books.html   (3360 words)

 IGN: SmackDown Countdown 2005: Paul London
Only in his early 20's, London has already skyrocketed to stardom in WWE, winning the WWE tag team and cruiserweight titles since his debut on Smackdown in October of 2003.
London is out there, wearing neon colored tights and long tassels on his wrestling boots.
London was tag team champions with Kidman when Kidman turned his back on London, deserting his partner and the titles.
ps2.ign.com /articles/655/655568p1.html   (779 words)

hey london thanks 4 the add man i seen you 4 like since you where in roh and other stuff man i still rember you when you faced micheal shane in a street fight match on semptember 21 that was a 5 star match
The unofficial ban actually went into effect around two weeks ago and when Paul London used the shooting star press against Nunzio on a recent edition of Velocity, he was told by company officials not to use it again and to come up with a different finisher.
London along with other WWE cruiserweights are upset about having to tone down their style.
www.myspace.com /paul_london   (820 words)

 Amazon.com: London Town: Music: Paul McCartney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the midst of the punk revolution Britain didn't quite go "ga-ga" over Mull Of Kintyre, as he claims - true, it was bought by a record 2-million and spent months at No 1, but just as many hated it with a passion, and on some levels it dealt another blow to his rock credibility.
London Town has always had an "acoustic" feel to me, with McCartney moving away from the great stadium rockers and the attendant showmanship to a more intimate, personal level.
After this album Paul would rebuild Wings one last time and for one last album, but the enthusiasm was starting to wane.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00000721I?v=glance   (2134 words)

 St. Paul's Cathedral London
St Paul's was designed by Christopher Wren, renowned architect of the age, who chose to mix many styles in planning the great cathedral, including classical and gothic construction.
Almost 300 years later, St. Paul's survived the Blitz in WW11 and became a symbol of hope to devastated Londoners.
Its a bit of a climb to get to the top, but those of you that can manage a little hard work getting up the stairs will be rewarded with some of London's finest viewpoints.
www.travellondon.com /templates/attractions/gallery_stpauls.html   (137 words)

 Paul Hastings: News: Paul Hastings Continues Expansion Of International Employment Practice With Addition Of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul Hastings: News: Paul Hastings Continues Expansion Of International Employment Practice With Addition Of Christopher Walter To London Office
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker LLP (Paul Hastings), a leading international law firm, is pleased to announce today that Christopher Walter, previously at Covington and Burling, has joined its London office as of counsel and chair of the firm’s employment law practice in Europe.
He has significant experience with both UK and EU collective issues and particularly European Works Councils, in relation to which he has acted as expert adviser for both employers and employee representatives.
www.paulhastings.com /newsdetail.aspx?newsid=57   (295 words)

 Vincentian Studies Institute
Vincent de Paul: or, A holy Model, worthy being imitated by ecclesiastics, religious, and all the faithful.
Vincent de Paul: an evaluation of his ideas, principles and methods.
Vincent de Paul, and the fruits of his life: the introductory lecture of the third annual course of the Philopatrian Institute, in the City of
vsi.depaul.edu /resources/vdbib.html   (1290 words)

 Music for London
Joanna Paul can be hired to play organ at any church ceremony for £190 within London.
Joanna Paul is a Graduate of the Royal College of Music, London and holds Licentiates for organ performance and piano.
Whilst at St. Paul's, she also sang and played with the Wren Consort of Voices under the directorship of Nigel Beavan.
www.musicforlondon.co.uk /Organist_Joanna_Paul.htm   (267 words)

 Go and get Paul Smith London
London Women is based around patchouli and is soft and completely intriguing.
London Men has vetiver as the key note, which is surrounded by green mandarin, frosted mint, and then a twist of jasmine and lavender.
Paul Smith London will be available from Selfridges and Paul Smith boutiques and from select department stores from 16 August.
www.handbag.com /beauty/products/getitpaulsmithlondon   (735 words)

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