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Bookaboo - Characters - Paws
... Paws is a talented and extremely dexterous Dachshund keyboard player ... To date we have seen Paws play keyboards and get retro with a keytar solo ... But Paws can turn his canine digits to a number of instruments has been begging Management to add a saxophone number to the set list ...
Sami Taha - Labor Leader
... Taha joined the Palestine Arab Workers Society (PAWS) — which was established in 1925 — where he was employed as a low level clerk then a secretary ... was rivaled by the left or Communist-leaning factions of the PAWS ... By his late twenties, Taha dominated PAWS by being its spokesman and worked to enlarge the organization in membership and stature ...
Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater - Episode List
... Cartoon Spoof of 1 The Wizard of Paws The Wizard of Oz Pinocchio Penguin Pinocchio 2 Cinderkitty Cinderella The Pawed Piper The Pied Piper of Hamelin 3 K.T.—The Kitty ... Peter Pan 4 Kittylocks and the Three Bears The Three Bears Paws—The Great White Dog Shark Jaws 5 Cat Wars Star Wars Tarsam of the Jungle Tarzan 6 Sleeping Kitty Sleeping Beauty Kitty and the Kong King Kong 7 Kitty ...
Paws, Inc. - Awards
1997 LVA Leadership Award (Presented to Paws) Literacy Volunteers of Americahttp//www.bloglines.com/index.html ...
Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
... The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is a non-government institution situated in the Philippines ... PAWS is currently active, spreading its advocacies to the people by engaging in different rallies, bringing up massive campaigns to different companies and ... All of PAWS activities are for the welfare of both farm, and domestic animals ...

Famous quotes containing the word paws:

    All sailors pause to watch a steamer, and shout in welcome or derision. In one a large Newfoundland dog put his paws on the rail and stood up as high as any of them, and looked as wise. But the skipper, who did not wish to be seen no better employed than a dog, rapped him on the nose and sent him below. Such is human justice!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)