POU


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AcronymDefinition
POUPoint Of Use
POUPrevalence of Undernourishment (population proportion)
POUPay Own Utilities (used in housing advertisements)
POUPublicly Owned Utility
POUPoint of Unusibility
POUPolish Open University (Warsaw, Poland)
POUPyrexia of Unknown Origin
POUPort of Unlading (shipping)
POUPoughkeepsie, NY, USA - Dutchess County (Airport Code)
POUPublic Order Unit (various nations)
POUProgram Organization Unit
POUPhilosophy of Use
POUPetrick Outsourcing Unlimited, Inc.
POUPoint of Unusability (equipment maintenance)
POUPokhara University (Nepal)
POUPressurizing and Overspeed Unit
POUPrinciples of Understanding (water supply management; various locations)
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Police identified the remains as belonging to 43-year-old Leang Sok Leng, who was a resident of Pou Tong village.
POUs must make long-term resource decisions while factoring in the requirements of the new legislation, the limitations of existing storage technologies and carbon-free generation resources, and near-term system needs.
'We have never in our gymnastic history ever qualified to the individual all-around final of any gymnastics world championships, ever,' said Pou in a Viber post.
In the senior position, Demski will assist the company's clients in ensuring timely and on-budget success with their searches and implementations of their POU solutions.
In this case, he managed not only to rein in a complicated situation but also to quiet Lacalle Pou and others who sought to benefit politically.
The report also indicates that in UAE alone POU water purifier market is anticipated to reach around 149,000 units by 2020, growing at 10 per cent annually.
Residential water purification system includes point of use water purifiers (POU), point of entry (POE) water purifiers, portable water purifiers.
NNA - Most countries in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) achieved their international pledge to reduce the share of their population suffering from hunger, but conflicts and protracted crises in Iraq, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, as well as the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, mean that NENA is the only region to have seen its overall prevalence of undernourishment (PoU) increase from the level of a quarter of a century ago.