PNC


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AcronymDefinition
PNCPolicia Nacional Civil (Spanish: National Civil Police; Guatemala; est. 1997)
PNCPreservation North Carolina (Raleigh, NC)
PNCPurdue University North Central (Westville, Indiana)
PnCPoint 'n Click
PNCPolice National Computer
PNCProperty and Casualty
PNCPeople's National Congress (Guyana)
PNCPeople's National Congress (Papua New Guinea)
PNCPeople's National Convention
PNCPolish National Catholic (church)
PNCPersonnel Navigant Commercial
PNCPalestinian National Council
PNCPopular National Congress (Sudan)
PNCPartner in Crime
PNCPrivate and Confidential
PNCPlate Number Coil (philately)
PNCPast National Commander
PNCPre-Natal Care
PNCPittsburgh National Corporation
PNCPonca City, OK, USA (Airport Code)
PNCPower Reactor and Nuclear Fuel Development Corp (Yokai Mura)
PNCParticle Number Concentration
PNCPotential Natural Community
PNCPacific Nuclear Council
PNCPhilatelic Numismatic Combination
PNCPreferred Noise Criteria
PNCPrestige Network Commander (Zyxel)
PNCProject Nature Connect
PNCPhilippine Normal College
PNCPolish National Committee (UNICEF)
PNCChief Personnelman (Naval Rating)
PNCPotential New Client
PNCProbability of Non Compliance
PNCPunctul National de Contact (Romania)
PNCPolice Negotiator Cadre
PNCPositive Net Control
PNCPutra National College (Malaysia)
PNCPico-Net Coordinator
PNCPhase Noise Correction
PNCPhysique et Nucléaire et Corpusculaire (French)
PNCPacific Nations Cup (sports)
PNCProfessionals in the City (network; various locations)
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PNC will work with local community organizations at more than 200 VITA sites in 16 states and Washington, D.
PNC indicated it remains on track to achieve its 2017 Continuous Improvement Program expense savings target of $350 million.
PNC continues to raise these issues with Health Workforce New Zealand, Immigration New Zealand as well as the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists.
Epidemiologic evidence regarding associations with PNCs is inadequate because of the limited availability of size-resolved measurements, and findings also have been inconsistent (Ibald-Mulli et al.
This new launches will enhance PNC Financial card services and cater to a wider variety of client requirements.
The extraordinary session, the PNC's first in years, was held to replace deceased PLO Executive Committee members, as the PLO law stipulates that the PNC must convene to elect the new PLO Executive Committee after the sixth member passes away.
The loan was originated by PNC ARCS through Fannie Mae.
As part of the PNC business plan, a new identity for the bank has been created to better serve current clientele and appeal to prospective customers.
PNC Bank already has 800 branches and 23,000 employees nationwide.
On November 22, 2004, the OCC served upon Respondent a Notice of Intention to Prohibit Further Participation and Notice of Charges for Restitution ("Notice") that sought, inter alia, an order of prohibition against Respondent based on his actions of stealing funds while employed by PNC and Mellon.
Since then, other challenges have cropped up, but Rohr, with his head-down style and relentless focus on the business and on customers, has managed to keep PNC largely out of the harsh media spotlight--and himself in the driver's seat.
Interestingly, in PNC, the Service relied heavily on the taxpayer's financial accounting calculations under SFAS No.