PARR


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AcronymDefinition
PARRPolymarase Chain Reaction (antigen receptor rearrangements)
PARRPotomac Area Road Riders (motorcycle club)
PARRPakistan Atomic Research Reactor
PARRProgram Analysis & Resource Review
PARRPost-Anaesthetic Recovery Room
PARRProgram Assessment Review Report
PARRPoseidon Augmented Radio Room
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Within days, as soon as he could tabletop his guitar across his lap, Parr was playing again.
In May, oil firm BP announced it had invested PS1m in the site's revamp for a space to host three special exhibitions a year - the first of which will be Martin Parr.
Parr, of Corporation Street, St Helens, who has 14 convictions for 28 offences, admitted threatening a person with a blade and possessing a Class A drug.
Parr loves the stuff, but that's not why he started Parre.
Charles Parr later wrote that while still in college, in 1896 the boys borrowed $3,000, bought a half-acre in Madison where they built a 31-by-56-foot, two-story building.
English thank me race for the pace on "There were around 5,000 spectators in the stadium grandstand Parr which was a sellout and they roared the athletes on every time they entered the home straight.
Parr accepted that the relationship was over and had not ignored the terms of his court order since.
Beattie had set his stall out from the off and, after moving on to Scotswood Road, there was a group of six - himself, Gateshead duo Parr and Calum Johnson, Morpeth pair Avery and Sam Hancox and Whickham-born Phil Wylie of Cheltenham Harriers - pulling away.
With his unit, Parr moved from Roswell to Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts in November, 1948, and in early 1950, he transferred to Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, where he learned how to fly the new jet F-86.
Dawe has several convictions for violence, including assaulting Miss Parr and other ex-partners.
Examples of what Parr calls "mad voyages" can be found throughout English history, but they reached an acme in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Parr first analyses the Christmas revels of 1594-95 that transformed Gray's Inn into the Prince of Purpoole's fantastical kingdom, and featured the Prince and his followers sailing down the Thames.