PBMA


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AcronymDefinition
PBMAProcess Based Mission Assurance
PBMAPalm Beach Maritime Academy (Florida)
PBMAPhilippine Benevolent Missionaries Association
PBMAPoly-Butyl-Methacrylate
PBMAPublic Broadcasting Management Association
PBMAProgramme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis
PBMAProduction Base Modernization Activity
PBMAPermission-Based Mobile Advertising
PBMAPolicy-Based Management Architecture
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Led by PBMA Chairman Tariq Ullah Sufi, the delegation also informed the minister about the problems being faced by Ghee industry, upon which Mian Aslam Iqbal assured them of resolving their issues on priority basis.
Two years after his election as Dinagat Islands congressman, Ruben Jr., the "supreme master" of cult group Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association (PBMA), was dropped from the rolls of the members of the House of Representatives after he was sentenced to 31 years in prison for graft and corruption for anomalous projects while he was mayor of San Jose, Dinagat Island, in Surigao del Norte from 1991 to 1994.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Diffraction patterns simulated orthorhombic NaNb[O.sub.3] with spatial group Pbma (JCPDS: 33-1270) and P21ma (JCPDS: 770873).
For the 2000x5 key-point, it was not possible to explore all the desired values of [T.sub.CHA] and [T.sub.HLD], especially in the case of the pbMa injection strategy.
The PBMA spokesperson Arif Qasim said that following the increase of palm oil prices in international market the PBMA has increased prices Rs 2per kg on ghee and edible oil.
There has been growing recognition in recent years of the PBMA framework as the most appropriate and acceptable framework for priority setting (Otim, Asante et al.
In respect to the diverse applications of polymers in denture science, higher molecular weight methacrylate polymers such as polyethylmethacrylate (PEMA) and polybutylmethacrylate (PBMA) have found uses as soft denture liners.
PBMA uses the economic principle of opportunity cost, or the forgone benefits of the next best alternative use of a given set of resources, and marginal analysis, which examines the incremental costs and benefits of shifting resources from one area to another, to provide insight into whether such changes should be made.
Israelachvili, "Temperature and Time Effects on the 'Adhesion Dynamics' of Poly(butyl methacrylate) (PBMA) Surfaces," Langmuir 14, 3873-3881 (1998).
A base coat consisting of two polymers, PBMA and PEVA, together with sirolimus, is then applied to the stent over the primer coat.
The PBMA requested that the excise duty on imported beverages may be waived.
Tellingly, mid-level managers also reported confusion about the process, and described lower level management and staff that were uncertain even when it came to the name of the priority setting process--"I'm not always sure still when I say PBMA to my management group on the ground here that they all know exactly what I'm talking about" (Middle Manager).