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Numerology information Pellas:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Pellas:
In response to a previous post @ Tulip Van Vander Vanden Pella is a small town of about 10,500 in Iowa. Pella has a strong Dutch and reformed heritage. A “Tulip Festival” is held on the first Thursday thru Saturday of every May to celebrate the Dutch traditions. The festival includes very unique customs such as street scrubbing, Dutch costumes, tulip flowers, Dutch dancing, parades and crafts. If visiting Pella be sure to enjoy the well known bakeries and meat markets to sample some of the Dutch flavors. There are five main sources of employment and business in Pella including Vermeer, Pella Corporation, Central College, Wal-Mart and the community hospital. Pella’s “Central College” was founded in 1853 and is a private four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America. This post is in response to a previous post made by “Tulip Van Vander Vanden”. Although there is some truth to what was posted I believe it unfairly paints Pella in a negative light. Pella has been my home for five years and the people here have been family to me. Pella is a beautiful and well maintained town. Although no community may be perfect it is a desirable and safe place to live and raise a family.
Sources: Central College's website & Pella's city website
A horrible town in Iowa. "A touch of Holland" Better known as a touch of hell. Native Pellakins are often rude and cheap. Many native Pellakins also belong to one of several cults within the city limits. They disguise themselves as "reformed" churches, but in reallity they are cults. Slogan saying, "If you ain't dutch you ain't much." Festival in May that worships tulips, called Tulip Time. Two major businesses in town, Pella Corp. and Vermeer. A small college, Central is located in town as well.
I'm going to Pella, Iowa to buy a dutch letter.
Short for Acapella, which is musicless vocals
"i recorded my pellas and sent them to the producer"
A cross between a chicken and an eraser.
Songs about Pellas:
Hiney Ma Tov (feat. Aka Pella) by Shalsheles from the Album Shalsheles Connections
Freek'n You (Freek-A-Pella Mix) by Jodeci from the Album Freek'n You (Remixes)
Habita (feat. a.K.a Pella) by Shloime Kaufman from the Album Avodas Tzedaka
Yofyafisa AKA Pella Version by Shalsheles Junior from the Album Shalsheles Junior 2
Anywhere in the World (Sport-a-pella version) by Mark Ronson & Katy B from the Album Anywhere in the World
Give Me...A Reason (Bass-A-Pella) by Buffy from the Album Give Me...A Reason
Lift Up the Needle (feat. Junior Vasquez) [Razor & Guido DJ Tool-a-Pella] [Explicit] by John Creamer from the Album Lift Up the Needle (feat. Junior Vasquez) [Razor & Guido DJ Tool-a-Pella] [Explicit]
Books about Pellas:
Jordan - Walks Treks Caves, Climbs and Canyons: In Pella, Ajlun, Moab, Dana, Petra, Rum by Di Taylor and Tony Howard (Jul 17, 2008)
Macedonia (Greece) with Thessaloniki, Pella, Edessa, Veroia, Vergina, Kastoria, Amphipolis, Philippi, Kavala,... by Blue Guides (Feb 11, 2013)
Pella's Angel by Meredith Bean McMath (Oct 31, 2001)
The New Reality (Alex Pella Book 1) by Stephen Martino (May 15, 2014)
Echoes in Eternity (The Pella Series Book 1) by Emine Fougner (Aug 31, 2014)
The Pella Who Lost Her Purr by Ashley Lanni (Dec 6, 2013)
Pella: Capital of Macedonians by Maria Siganidou (1997)
Movies about Pellas:
Macedonia: The Land of a God - Volume 1: Aina, Aiges, Dion & Pella 1995 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Zinon Ramos
Wiki information Pellas:
Pella is one of the regional units of Greece, in the geographic region of Macedonia. It is part of the Region of Central Macedonia. It is named after the ancient city of Pella, the capital of ancient Macedonia and the birthplace of Alexander the...
Carlos Pellas was born on January 10, 1953 in Granada, Nicaragua. He has an Italian background, his family came to Granada from the north of Italy.