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Definition of Palus

Palus
Palus Pa"lus, n.; pl. Pali. [L., a stake.] (Zo["o]l.) One of several upright slender calcareous processes which surround the central part of the calicle of certain corals.

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- astronomer Palus tribe, or Palouse people Palus, a grade of gladiator All pages with titles beginning with Palus All pages with titles containing Palus Palu (disambiguation)...
- Palus is a Township in Sangli District of Maharashtra, India. According to 2011 Census information the sub-district code of Palus is 04297. The township's...
- Palu is a chartered city on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, at the mouth of the Palu River. It is the capital of the province of Central Sulawesi,...
- named Piz Palü Orientale. The name Palü derives from the Latin palus, meaning a swamp, and the mountain is said to be named after the Alpe Palü, a high...
- Atylotus palus is a species of horse flies in the family Tabanidae. "Atylotus palus Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 2018-04-12...
- in western India. Palus-Kadegaon constituency is one of the eight Vidhan Sabha constituencies located in the Sangli district. Palus-Kadegaon is part of...
- /pəˈluːdiːz/ (singular palus /ˈpeɪləs/, Latin palūs, palūdēs "marsh"): Some sources also list a Palus Nebularum (Latin palūs nebulārum /ˈpeɪləs nɛbjʊˈlɛərəm/...
- The Palus Caprae (or Capreae; meaning "Goat Marsh" or "the Goat's pool") was a site within the Campus Martius in Ancient Rome. In Roman mythology, the...
- 51 of Aeolis Palus. The rover's mission is to explore the surface area of Gale Crater focusing first near its landing site on Aeolis Palus and then venturing...
- territories. The Palouse (Palus) lived in three main regional bands, composed of several village-based groups: Upper Palouse (Palus) Band: often formed bilingual...