PPNSPertubuhan Peladang Negeri Selangor (Malay: Selangor State Farmers' Organization; Selangor, Malaysia)
PPNSPenyidik Pegawai Negeri Sipil (Indonesia)
PPNSPrinceton Project on National Security
PPNSPennington Presbyterian Nursery School (Pennigton, NJ)
PPNSPoliteknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya (Indonesian vocational education; est. 1987; Surabaya, Indonesia)
PPNSPlanned Parenthood North Shore (Canada)
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Acasta will use proceeds from the sale of the PPNs to further pay down indebtedness outstanding under its credit facility.
Other PPNs predominantly root knot and reniform nematodes were also recorded per 200cm3 +5g soil at the time of final harvesting (not shown in table).
Organic amendments stimulate a broad range of organisms in the soil food web, many of which act as potential predators or parasites of PPN (Oka, 2010).
In traditional PM machines, the pole-pair numbers (PPN) of armature windings is designed the same as the PPN of PMs, so that the electromechanical energy conversion can be achieved through the interaction of fundamental components of the magnetic fields.
PPNs provided by CHeReL were used to link the APDC and MDC datasets.
In a FINRA-UBS letter of acceptance, waiver and consent, FINRA described UBS' alleged "statements and omissions having the effect of misleading certain customers," and outlined "inadequate disclosures and FAs' failures to accurately describe Lehman PPNs to certain customers during the relevant period." The letter adds that UBS "failed to disseminate adequately to its FAs certain market information relating to Lehman's financial condition."
The plan was for the partnership to trade securities and ultimately purchase private placement notes (PPNs).
The partnership purchases high-grade, floating rate private placement notes (PPNs), which include put options permitting the notes to be sold to the issuer at par.
As part of the transaction, it purchased high-grade, floating-rate private placement notes (PPNs) and sold them for consideration consisting of 80% cash and 20% London Interbank Offering Rate-indexed installment notes (LIBOR notes).
Hotels to choose from include The Stakis Ingram Hotel (pounds 22 pppns), The Stakis Glasgow City Hotel (pounds 22 ppns).
As an example, in constructing the LRD during the 1972-88 period, staff and researchers at the Center for Economic Studies at the Bureau of the Census detected more than 5,000 longitudinal linkage problems in the ASM even after the Census Bureau processing procedures had assigned permanent plant identifiers (PPNs) that were supposed to be permanently affixed to a particular location.