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- Paus family: "Paus" redirects here. For other uses, see Paus (disambiguation). The Paus family (earlier spellings include Pauss and de Paus) (pronounced [pæʉs]) is
- Villa Paus: Villa Paus is a listed villa at Bygdøy in Oslo, with the address Christian Benneches vei 6. It was built in 1907 for the steel industrialist Ole Paus, who
- Ole Paus (businessman): Hedevig were the parents of Cornelia Paus, businessman Christopher Paus and businessmann Peder Nicolas Paus. Christopher Paus married Cecilie Wilhelmsen, and
- Redoubt of Três Paus: The Redoubt of Três Paus (Portuguese: Reduto dos Três Paus) is a fortification situated on the peninsula of Monte Brasil, in the civil parish of Sé, in
- Ole Paus (shipowner): Christine Paus). Ole Paus' brother-in-law was Diderik von Cappelen, who was married to his wife's sister Maria Plesner in his first marriage and to Ole Paus' cousin
- Ole Paus: For other uses of "Ole Paus", see Ole Paus (disambiguation). Ole Paus (born 9 February 1947; full name Ole Christian Paus) is a Norwegian troubadour in
- Redoubt of Dois Paus: The Redoubt of Dois Paus (Portuguese: Reduto dos Dois Paus) is a fortification situated on the peninsula of Monte Brasil, in the civil parish of Sé, in
- Casey Paus: Casey Paus is a former American football quarterback. He played college football for the Washington Huskies football team from 2001 to 2005. Paus started
- Christopher Blom Paus: governor and Member of Parliament Christian Cornelius Paus and lawyer Henrik Johan Paus. Christopher Blom Paus owned the house at Snipetorp where the Ibsen family