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Definition funny of Padula:
1. another name for someone who consumes high amounts of alcholic beverages underage
Wow he finished the whole bottle of vodka, hes totally a padula.
Songs about Padula:
9 de Julio (J. L. Padula) by Delphine Lemoine from the Album Delphine Lemoine: Sur un air de Paname
9 De Julio By Padula & Cardenas Arranged Bericat (feat. Moshlo Shaw, Paul Hankinson, Carla Thackrah, Roland Adeney... by Tango Paradiso from the Album Tango Paradiso Australia - Classic Contemporary Tangos
Heart Is Calling (Andrew Padula & KB's Thrillah Mix) by Axleman Dub Kay from the Album Heart Is Calling
Pren padula by Sukar from the Album En concert/live opus 1990-2002
Variaciones On A Popular Melody By José L. Padula by Dino Saluzzi from the Album Navidad De Los Andes
You Wanna Be a Star (Superstar) [Padula and Macaluso "Reach for the Stars" Mix] by Alisha from the Album You Wanna Be a Star (Superstar)
Books about Padula:
Padula: Webster's Timeline History, 1725 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)
Padula 1944-1945: Diario di un prigioniero politico (Testimonianze fra cronaca e storia) by Valentino Orsolini Cencelli (2000)
Prose giornalistiche procedute da una farsetta e da un dramma per Vincenzo Padula da Acri (Italian Edition) by Vincenzo. Padula (Jan 1, 1878)
Il Monastero di Sambucina novella calabrese di Vincenzo Padula (Italian Edition) by Vincenzo Padula (Oct 2, 2011)
Poesie varie e dialettali di Vincenzo Padula (Italian Edition) by Vincenzo Padula (Oct 2, 2011)
Persone in Calabria di Vincenzo Padula (Italian Edition) by Vincenzo Padula (Oct 2, 2011)
L'orco di Vincenzo Padula (Italian Edition) by Vincenzo Padula (Oct 2, 2011)
Wiki information Padula:
Padula is a comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy. It is the home of the Carthusian monastery Certosa di San Lorenzo, sometimes referred to as the Certosa di Padula. As of 2011 its population was of 5,279.
Padula is a small village in the Province of Teramo, in the Abruzzo region of central Italy. It is a hamlet of the commune of Cortino.