PRIND

AcronymDefinition
PRINDProlonged Reversible Ischemic Neurologic Deficit
PRINDProtracted Regressive Ischemic Neurologic Disorders
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The expression of communication is experienced in the most direct manner, even if it simultaneously preserves the character of a contract, of a payment for an accomplished miracle: "Dar ca sa prind pestele asta, o sa zic de zece ori <<Tatal nostru>> sau zece ori <<Bucura-te, Marie>>" (Hemingway, p.
Et ainsi que m'occupoye en telles solacieuses [plein d'agrement] exercices, mon mary survint, dont ne me prenoye garde, lequel en hurtant du pied par grande impetuosite ouvrit l'huys de ma chambre, dont je fuz si merveilleusement troublee que je n'euz advis ne discretion de cacher les lettres [...] Et ce disant, prind les lettres que j'avoye laissees sur mon lict.
Another example when the Polish translation is made more clear-cut and decent comes from the beginning part of the shortest tale by Andersen--"The Princess on the Pea" where the first sentence goes: "Der var engang en Prinds; han vilde have sig en Prindsesse, men det skulde vaere en rigtig Prindsesse." (Once upon a time there was a prince; he wanted to have a princess, but it should be a true princess) .