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PROFProcesvernieuwing Ruimtelijke Ordening Flevoland (Dutch: Renewal Process Planning Flevoland; Flevoland, Netherlands)
PROFProgrammed Revision of French
PROFPublishers Representatives of Florida
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Afternoon #3B Crisis in the Courtrooms: International Law and Domestic Litigation Moderator/panelist: Prof.
Neuroendocrine theory of aging was originated by Prof.
But last night, the university's dean of research at its faculty of medical sciences, Prof Michael Whitaker, made a staunch defence of Prof Murdoch.
Correspondence leaked tothe Daily Post revealed Merseytravel chief executive Neil Scales had written to Prof Brown warning of potential legal action over Prof Lesley's criticism of the tram project.
A quick examination of the history of the Catholic Church will reveal to Prof.
I'd like to have the books used and more or less kept together," Prof.
NCKU President Michael Ming-Chiao Lai, Literary Master Chih-Fan Chen, who is still suffering from stroke, Prof.
PESHAWAR -- Rich tributes were paid to the educational and research oriented services of late Prof.
Muhammad Yousuf were awarded certificates of honour for Persian for 2010, while Prof.
The decision was taken after an emergency meeting of the Board of Studies in Commerce, held at the college committee room at the New Campus under the chairmanship of PU Hailey College of Commerce Principal and Convener Board of Studies Prof Dr Liaqat Ali.
One of the most brilliant surgeons in the history of German otorhinolaryngology--head and neck surgery was, without a doubt, Prof.
The principal investigator of the clinical trial will be Prof.