POGS


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AcronymDefinition
POGSPeace Out Girl Scout
POGSPeople Other than Grunts
POGSPhilippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (Foundation), Inc.
POGSPhysician Organization Gain Sharing (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan)
POGSPolar Orbiting Geomagnetic Survey
POGSPolar Orbiting Geomagnetic Satellite
POGSPortable Oxygen Generation System
POGSParents of Gifted Students (Kent, WA, USA)
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To guarantee the correctness result, a POGs model is proposed to guarantee the result correctness.
"We had an extra year option with Pogs and although he hasn't played for us this season, we made the decision to extend it," Davis told the club's official website.
Coke's learnings yield results that provide clarity for in-outlet merchandising (displays, POGs) that drive incremental volume for the category.
Kids of the 90s remember the hype behind the small commercialized cardboard circles known as Pogs. The Hawaii originated sensation started to create a stir after playground fights were breaking out due to students losing their beloved Pogs playing its intedned game which allows winners to play for keeps.
CHRISTMAS in the Nineties will no doubt be remembered by many as the decade which saw chaos at the checkout as Pogs, Furbies and Tracy Island became must-have toys.
"The majority of last season's squad have re-signed, which is great news and I'm really pleased, and hopefully Pogs will now do the same."
Webb also points out that 1995 was the year the nation's kids became inexplicably obsessed with cheap cardboard discs known as pogs, building up their collections while their older siblings were getting drunk on alcopops and their parents were watching Pets Win Prizes.
Webb also points out that 1995 was the year the nation's kids became inexplicably obsessed with cheap cardboard discs knows as pogs, building up their collections while their older siblings were getting drunk on alcopops and their parents were watching Pets Win Prizes.
Examples of fads include Beanie Babies and Pogs. The current "go green" trend is global and most industries have made long term investments in capital, manufacturing and equipment and distribution channel modifications.
I am therefore cautiously optimistic about throughput, which I expect to grow by two to three percent to 440 million tons." There was a time when a larger percentage of the refrigerated containers of frozen food product unloaded at Dutch pogs were stored temporarily in waterfront warehouses while awaiting orders for dispatch into the European interior.
The EU court found first that the OHIM was right to consider that the product in question belonged, within the broad category of promotional items for games, to the particular category of game pieces known as pogs', rappers' or tazos' and that the designer's freedom was severely restricted by the fact that it had to incorporate the common features of rappers in its design and that the items had to be inexpensive and safe for children.