PADDI

AcronymDefinition
PADDIPlanning Architecture Design Database Ireland (historic architecture)
PADDIPractical Adolescent Dual Diagnostic Interview
PADDIPeople Against Drug Dependency Ignorance
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Boots began stocking Paddi and the product was featured in the Ideal Home Exhibition in 1952.
Paddi's helping Demi clear the negative energy out of her life.
The source added that Paddi is using a technique to help Demi create "a map of her past and her future".
Some have suggested that the term be re-conceptualized as "competing interests" or a "convergence of interests." See Paddi O'Hara, Report on an International Conference on Conflict of Interest: Forum for Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)/Research Ethics Boards (REBs) in Canada and the United States (FOCUS) June 4-5, 2004 (Washington DC: National Council on Ethics in Human Research, 2005) [O'Hara]; Mark R.
Paddi Pearson-New, who has died of leukaemia, aged 67, could easily have had a comfortable working life in British industry, after a successful five-year career in personnel at Beecham's pharmaceuticals, St Helens.
WIRRAL cosmetic dentists Buckle & McGrath are flying in Australian business expert and author Dr Paddi Lund to explain his "pleasure formula" for business success at an open evening.
For information call Paddi and Bob Edwards on 07956 377859 or visit the website at www.paddiand-bobproducts.com for a free information pack.
Ironically, the man who shaped his thinking is an Australian dentist Dr Paddi Lund whose book Building The Happiness-Centred Business is the backbone of Woodward's winning formula.
The Vipers faced three powerplays early in the second and after killing off the first two Newcastle succumbed on the third when Paddi Lochi netted at 31.28 with skipper Rob Trumbley in the box on a holding call.
Before those PADDI librarians write in again, I did try Callicrates and Ictinus.
Linder and Paddi Sharifian are lawyers at the Irvine, California, office of Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP.
By mid-1918, arrangements were being made with the cooperation of Malay and Dayak farmers that "all paddi [sic] lands not required by them for the coming farming season must be given, rent free, to those who have no land".(21) There were encouraging signs of padi planting among the Foochows, Henghuas and other immigrant communities.(22) The Foochow showed themselves to be overfastidious, and greatly tested the patience of the authorities.