PINSA

AcronymDefinition
PINSAPrimary Immunodeficiency Network of South Africa
PINSAProceedings of the Indian National Science Academy
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Mike's eye was drawn to the range of pizza pinsas, for example, first introduced by ancient Romans, which explains why Caesar was knifed in the back - Brutus was raging his pal took the last slice.
"If the restrictions imposed by the 'dolphin-safe' label were to be lifted, we would be able to export more than 1 million crates of tuna to the US in the first year," said Grupo Pinsa trade director Ruben Velazquez.
IMMP also provided documentation of PINSA's dolphin-killing history.
Dr Higgins added: "PINSA will help the industry ensure the highest standard of skill training needed by this science and engineering-based sector.
A key factor in securing acceptance of the proposal from the Government was the demonstration of support for PINSA from industry.
(PINSA), located in Sinaloa, Mexico), that provided also the tuna processing waste used for hydrolysis and silage (fresh viscera eliminated before the canning process and the cooked by-products consisting of dark muscle, skin, gills, head, tail and skeleton removed from the eviscerated fish after cooking at 65[degrees]C for 160 min).
The Food Lion chain of supermarkets, based in North Carolina, has agreed to immediately cease all purchases from Dolores Tuna, packed by PINSA of Mexico.
The North-East Process Industry Cluster (Nepic), representing sectors which make up a quarter of the North-East's economic output and employing 34,000 workers, wants a Process Industry National Skills Academy (Pinsa) set up here to overcome a lack of skills.
Today's launch of a fight to bring a Process Industry National Skills Academy (PINSA) to the North-east comes as the Department for Education & Skills (DfES) announced it is to support the initiative.
I will miss the laughs at parties, you definitely thought you could sing 'Needles and Pinsa' better than The Searchers.
Nepic chief executive Stan Higgins said: "Pinsa will help the industry ensure the highest standard of skill training needed by this science and engineering-based sector."