Definitions for "Puma"
Keywords:  lion, panther, stripe, cat, formstrip
A large American carnivore (Felis concolor), found from Canada to Patagonia, especially among the mountains. Its color is tawny, or brownish yellow, without spots or stripes. Called also catamount, cougar, American lion, mountain lion, and panther or painter.
A brand of sneakers. Their name and logo come from the cat of the same name. The stripe down the side is known as a formstrip. Extremely popular with Baby Boomers but not one of the first-line brands now, at least not in the United States. Interestingly enough, Puma was started by Rudolf Dassler, whose brother Adi founded adidas.
large American feline resembling a lion
The Puma was the main transport helicopter of the SAAF having been superseded by the Atlas Oryx. The Puma was used for trooping, assault, supply, casavac and surge-and-rescue missions. It was an extremely capable aircraft and was very popular with its crews and the Army. Most cross border operations were supported by Pumas. The Puma has a maximum take-off weight of 7,4 tons and is powered by two 1 575 hp turboshaft engines, which give it a maximum speed of 294 km/h at sea level. It has a range of just over 500 kilometres, which can be extended with auxiliary fuel tanks. It can carry 3,3 tons of cargo or sixteen troops.
A general purpose helicopter used by the air force. The workhorse of the airforce, It was used in a variety of roles eg: Casevac, search and rescue, VIP transportation, etc.
Keywords:  projekt, krauss, wegmann, ifvs, iveco
Puma was a Brazilian specialist car manufacturer who built cars between 1967 and around 1997. High import tariffs effectively closed Brazil during much of this period to foreign-built cars, and the vehicles available to the average Brazilian were limited to those built in Brazil either by foreign manufacturers, such as Volkswagen and General Motors, who established Brazilian manufacturing plants, and the products of local companies.
The Puma light wheeled armoured fighting vehicle family consists of the “Puma 6x6” and “Puma 4x4”. The vehicles were developed and are being produced by the “Consorzio Iveco Fiat - Oto Melara” of Italy for the Italian Army.
The Puma is a German infantry fighting vehicle, currently under development. It is envisioned to replace the aging Marder IFVs, which are being sold to Greece, by 2009. Governing company is PSM Projekt System Management, a joint venture of Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and Rheinmetall Landsysteme.
Keywords:  javelina, coyotes, mule, solitary, deer
a solitary animal that tends to prey upon Mule Deer, Javelina, coyotes and rabbits
Pumpkin Pure Water Purslane Pustules DIAGRAM: PHOTO: Puccinia / Puccinia
herbicide; active ingredient: fenoxaprop-P-ethyl; main applications: cereals, rice, soy, canola
Puma is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe most closely associated with Spider-Man. While originally a villain, he gained a great respect for Spider-Man and became an occasional ally of his.
Public Use Microdata Area. An area that defines the extent of territory for which the Census Bureau tabulates public use microdata sample (PUMS) data.
Keywords:  majidonline, forums, member
a Member in the MajidOnline Forums
Keywords:  gprof, static, profiler, dynamic
a dynamic profiler (while gprof is static)
Keywords:  committee, management, public
Public Management Committee