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Paus (alternate spellings: Pauss and de Paus) is a Norwegian and Swedish family of clergymen, civil servants, merchants, industrialists and land-owners, among others, traceable back to the late 15th century and a man named Oluf.

The current coat of arms was adopted in the 19th century, based on a 14th century seal that was believed to be the seal of an ancestor.

The family has flourished in Norway, particularly Telemark. In Norway the family has intermarried the prominent families Wedel-Jarlsberg, Løvenskiold and von Munthe af Morgenstierne. Since the 16th century, members of the family have been priests, judges, ship-owners, ambassadors, doctors, bankers, military officers, members of parliament, and artists. Paus & Paus, an industrial company founded in 1906 by members of the family, existed until 2001.

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  • Tuba burial caves unharmed
    LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- Burial caves in Tuba town remain intact. Poblacion village chief Oliver Paus in a report said there is no flow of soil from earth moving activities at the claimed construction area of Baguio Representative Nicasio Aliping. Read more on this news related to 'Paus'
  • CNBC anchor accidentally outs Apple CEO Tim Cook
    A co-anchor on CNBC committed a faux paus during a program when he made some comments that seemed to out Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook. read more Read more on this news related to 'Paus'

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