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AcronymDefinition
PIMAHohokam Pima National Monument (US National Park Service)
PIMAPain in My Ass
PIMAPhotographic & Imaging Manufacturers Association
PIMAPortable Intelligent Maintenance Aid
PIMAPrime Intermediate Maintenance Activity (US Navy)
PIMAPortable Infra-Red Mineral Analyser
PIMAPlug in Module Adapter
PIMAPan-American Institute of Maritime Archaeology
PIMAPaper Industry Management Association
PIMAPrairie Implement Manufacturers Association (Canada)
PIMAPolyisocyanurate Insulation Manufacturers Association
PIMAProfessional Insurance Marketing Association
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Under the order, Pima Gro would have until Thursday to report what happened Oct.
This unique design offers the uninsured working poor and low-income residents of Pima County access to a primary care physician and coordinated medical services that they can afford.
Pima Gro violated its permit by spreading sludge at a farm at 90th Street West and Avenue H during heavy winds that blew material off the farm, officials said.
Voluntary counseling and testing counselors and technicians who used the PIMA analyzers received half-day training from Alere technical experts on finger-prick sampling techniques and proper operation of the PIMA analyzer.
Local doctors and medical staff working at different PIMA medical centres are also running mobile medical units in different areas registered to be inhabited by the IDPs, said the sources.
The Festival's main Folk Arts area this year again will be located in the historic Pima County Courthouse Courtyard area, offering an array of colorful art traditions that will come alive through demonstrations, interactions with the master craftspeople and children's activities.
Jamshed Ahmad in particular mentioned that PIMA members should be different from other healthcare professionals as regards ethical medical practice and their attitude, behaviours.
However, despite working as allies with American settlers, the Pima only saw a short-lived era in which they benefited from a mutually fulfilling relation with the United States based on trade and military alliances.
Single-species monitoring can be expensive, and the number and breadth of species covered under most MSCPs, like that being developed for Pima County, creates a financial burden if the goal is to effectively track populations over time.
Great leaders positively affect the bottom line through their successful accomplishments, and PIMA applauds them.
Army will provide up to eight two-year UA scholarships for Pima students who transfer to the UA and want to pursue a military career or serve in the reserves.
NEW YORK-Yes, Virginia, there is Egyptian cotton -- Supima, pima and coming soon: USA Pima.