PDSR

AcronymDefinition
PDSRParty of Social Democracy in Romania
PDSRPort Development Strategy Review (Hong Kong)
PDSRPower Demand Signal Right
PDSRPlatinum Dreams Sport Riders (women's motorcycle club; Washington, DC; est. 2003)
PDSRPatient Data Screening Record
PDSRPersonnel Data System Review
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This study utilized automated quantification of myocardial perfusion and showed that SSS, SRS, PDSS, and PDSR value were improved after stem cell implantation.
This trend continued in the national elections that same year, when the opposition dominated the cities and made deep inroads into rural areas up until then dominated by President Iliescu and the PDSR, which lost many voters in their traditional strongholds outside Transylvania.
"They will travel shortly to the United Kingdom to take part in the British Council's 2009 PDSR program.
* The PDSR shows 100% specificity at the recommended cut-off point and a good negative likelihood ratio.
Furthermore, the still dominating PDSR (now the PSD) had no great interest in allowing too much light to be shed on the pre-1989 careers of many of its high-ranking members.
While Funar used his several mandates in Cluj-Napoca, at national level Romania had the following governments: between 1990-1992 the National Salvation Front's three governments (FSN--Roman 1, Roman 2 and Stolojan); between 1992-1996 the government of Democratic Front of National Salvation (FDSN--Vacaroiu); between December 1996--December 2000 three governments of the Romanian Democratic Convention (CDR), consisting of the National Peasant Christian-Democrat Party, the Democratic Party, the National Liberal Party and the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania; between December 2000-2004 the government of the Social Democracy Party of Romania (PDSR) transformed later into the Social Democrat Party (Nastase).
In this regard, the option of most of the FSN youth and intellectuals to join Petre Roman was going to be a process with a series of unfavorable consequences for the future Party of Social Democracy in Romania (PDSR).
The conservative family continued to be represented in Parliament by the Romanian Humanist Party-Social-Liberal (PUR-SL), which gained representation for the first time as part of an alliance with the Party for Social-Democracy in Romania (PDSR, today PSD), but gaining just 1,41%.
Ion Iliescu, the former President of Romania, and head of the main PDSR opposition party, questioned how far Romanians would benefit from the EU pre-accession process, with its emphasis on cutting farm subsidies, and closing down Romanian operations; he suggested that EU enlargement was a policy aimed primarily at improving the situation for the EU- although he did indicate that his party would support the medium-term economic strategy.
Those who remained "on the left sight", have rallied successively to NSF PDSR, PSD.