PUACPeople United Against Crime (est. 1996; UK)
PUACPull Up a Chair
PUACPublic Utilities Advisory Commission (San Diego, CA)
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PUAC has joined a group of seven universities including Huddersfield and two police forces to receive grants totalling PS496,000.
Although a forensic report issued by the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Forenses (INACIF) concluded that Puac Vasquez died as a result of a hemorrhage caused by a head injury and that he had not been shot, Totonicapan's indigenous communities suspect that he was abducted and murdered.
In the story she is called Flor de Mayo Puac, and after graduating from college in the States, she returns to her homeland to direct an orphanage amid the chaos of civil war.
Often listed among such practices are sexual promiscuity (Farmer, Connors, & Simmons, 1996) and avoidance of contraceptives (Ward, Bertrand, & Puac, 1992; Wingood & DiClemente, 1998).
Puac quality assurance manager of the western region, Alberta, British Columbia and Pacific Northwest U.S.
After electricity costs in the northwestern department of Totonicapan doubled in less than a year to almost US$12, Mayan K'iche' community leader Juana Celestina Batz Puac decided that enough was enough.