PANK


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AcronymDefinition
PANKPositiv Anod Negativ Katod (Swedish: Positive Negative Anode Cathode)
PANKProfessional Auntie, No Kids
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Previous work appears in Blackbird, PANK, Mudlark, and Ninth Letter, among others journals.
Amber Sisson from Nottingham suffers from a rare genetic disorder, known as PANK 2, or Hallervorden-Spatz disease, that is progressive and crippling.
The condition, known as PANK 2, or Hallervorden Spatz disease, is progressive and crippling.
The condition, known as PANK 2, or Hallervorden- Spatz disease, is progressive and crippling.
With their large discretionary income and desire to dote on their nieces and nephews, PANKs are a potentially lucrative target for marketing travel, said Melanie Notkin, owner of SavvyAuntie.
The veterinary laboratory team includes Dr Farida Abdulrazzaq of Bahrain and Dr Milo Canabo of the Dominican Republic, Ahmed Dhaif, Dr Abu Obaida Steven Panks and Merghani Jilanimen.
Panks said they are committed to openness, but could not talk on the matter "in light of the potential heat that could arise.