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PROTPlano Regional de Ordenamento do Território (Portugal)
PROTProcessor Resource Ownership Table (IBM Corp.)
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Prot recovers 500 kilos (1,100 pounds) of honey per year, which he sells in the farm's store.
e Co-op's home and motor insurance business posted an underlying loss of PS7m, compared with a prot of PS36m in 2013, after revenues were impacted by lower industry premiums and a move to exit low-prot areas.
It means the club have announced a prot for the fourth year in a row, but supporters of United will want to see recruitment in the next transfer window after the 2014/15 season has zzled following a steady start.
COMPANIES should be open and transparent about their dealings to counter the feeling that prots are bad.
Jean Lemierre could be a possible candidate to replace Prot.
Analysing the performance by sector it was interesting to see the big fall in prots for the o shore exploration industry with a number of companies suering lower production gures.
When Prot says his time on Earth is ending, Dr Powell is forced to consider that he might be genuine.
Although the PROT program launched at IUPUI shares some similarities with other peer review of teaching programs found in the literature, it is a unique adaptation.
True mentors can provide social support for their prot g s through open and candid conversations about goals and career aspirations, fears and anxieties, and potential work-family conflicts.
Financial markets' sentiment towards the euro zone may have turned the corner, but banks will offer no more concessions in crucial talks to reduce Greece's private sector debt, BNP Paribas chairman Baudouin Prot said on Wednesday.
French lender BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP) is not seeking acquisitions for now given the absence of any targets of interest available and will instead concentrate on organic growth this year, chief executive, Baudouin Prot, said on Thursday in an interview to Reuters Insider TV.
The chief of France-based BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA), Baudouin Prot has opined that there is no correlation between the size of a bank and the potential risk that it poses to the system.