PPO


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AcronymDefinition
PPOPersonal Protection Order (law)
PPOPolyphenylene Oxide
PPOPolypropylene Oxide
PPOPublic Policy Office
PPOPension Payment Order (India)
PPOPédagogie par Objectifs (French: Teaching Objectives)
PPOProfessional Photographers of Ontario
PPOProfessional Photographers of Oregon
PPOPersonal Property Office (US Navy)
PPOPlant PowerOps (software)
PPOPhysical Plant Office
PPOProfessional Photographers of Ohio
PPOPre-Production Operations
PPOProbation and Parole Officer
PPOPrior Permission Only
PPOProbationary Police Officer (NYPD)
PPOProlific & Other Priority Offenders (UK)
PPOPilot/Payload Operator
PPOProfessional Photographers of Oklahoma
PPOPollution Prevention Officer (Canada)
PPOPreliminary Protective Order
PPOProduct Process Organization
PPOPost Production Option (manufacturing add-on)
PPOProject Purchasing Officer
PPOParole and Probation Officer
PPOPartnership Project Office
PPOPupil Personnel Office (schools)
PPOPostal Police Officer
PPOPrincipal Period of Operation
PPOPeninsula Pops Orchestra (San Francisco, CA)
PPOProgrammable Pulse Output
PPOPlease Piss Off
PPOProposal Production Office
PPOProgram Planning Objectives
PPOProjected Program Objective
PPOPermanently Pissed Off
PPOPersonal Performance Objective
PPOPublic Purchasing Offer
PPOPre-Placement Offer (employment)
PPOPure Plantaardige Olie (Dutch: Pure Vegetable Oil)
PPOPreferred Provider Organization
PPOPublic Prosecutions Office (various locations)
PPOPolice Provincial Office (Philippines)
PPOPlease Pass On
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Greek conductor Stefanos Tsialis will lead the PPO in the sixth series on Feb.
The effects of reactive blending and terminal modification of PPO on the curing behavior and phase morphology of EPN/PPOE blends are discussed.
The PPO platform will provides a best-of-breed capability in the project portfolio management space, and see this underpinning a core part of the project management process for our clients and ourselves.
Cardinal Health Alliance, Muncie, provides HMO and PPO products.
Seven winter wheat populations were chosen with the criterion that one or more parents in their pedigree differed in PPO activity.
Both Medicare and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program now require PPOs to report HEDIS data.
In the interview, he complimented the PPO musicians desire for learning, saying they are 'very talented.
CIGNA HealthCare of Indiana, Indianapolis, has approximately 30,525 HMO members in the available 21 counties licensed with 5,953 doctors and 51 hospitals; approximately 67,395 POS members in the available 91 counties with 7,470 doctors and 77 hospitals; and approximately 110,000 PPO members in the available 91 counties with greater than 806 doctors and 82 hospitals.
In wheat, a QTL marker has been identified for PPO activity in a recombinant inbred line population derived from a cross between NY18 and CC (Udall, 1997).
The PPO made history when it became the first Filipino orchestra to perform at the Carnegie Hall two years ago.
A PPO source said that some other officers last year are set to be relieved from their posts within the first two months of the year.