PRUM

AcronymDefinition
PRUMProgramme for Rational use of Medicines
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Hopefully, engineers can use what the bird of paradise teaches us to improve our own human technologies as well," Prum said.
the data-sharing agreements of the Prum Treaty, leading to unease about
2016 the UK notified the EU of its desire to participate in the Prum Decisions, which was approved by the Commission on 20 May 2016.
According to Zyskowski and Prum (1999), all Sclerurus species make their nests in holes on earthen banks, which are excavated by the birds themselves.
Mrs Trevelyan also said she had doubts about the Government's promise that joining Prum would cost PS13m, warning: "Since I was elected, I have sat in hearings week after week to listen to the justifications of departments as to why IT projects have not gone according to plan or budget.
Prum in Bernkastel-Wehlen, Germany, Adelsheim Vineyards in Oregon, Waipara Springs and Coopers Creek Vineyard, both in New Zealand, Bird in Hand Winery in Australia, and Cline Cellars, in Sonoma, California.
Prum Mesa and somewhat insistently scored by Marc Marder, generates its own strange, complicated line of ethical inquiry.
Collias, 1997; Sheldon and Winkler, 1999; Zyskowski and Prum, 1999).
Prum, Wehlener Sonnenuhr Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany 2010
She is survived by her boyfriend, Stephen Lanava of Worcester as well as many friends including Vicheka Vong of Lowell, Sam Pich and his wife, Botum Prum of Lowell, Tarvorn Prumket and his wife, Boseba Prum of Lowell, Margaret Mathes of Lowell, Vanny Prum of Lowell, and Rany Tann of Lowell.