PUJO

AcronymDefinition
PUJOPelviureteric Junction Obstruction
PUJOPekinskim Uniwersytecie Jezyków Obcych (Polish)
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The Pujo Committee did a tandem act with the muckraking journalists of that era and social critic and future Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
ON OCTOBER 14, 21- year- old Rajashree Chattopadhyay made a post on Facebook regarding the Durga Pujo carnival on Kolkata's Red Road area.
DURING MY LAST dinner with Sharon, over gumbo at the Pujo Street Cafe in Lake Charles, our talk turned to motherhood.
In the evolving political-cultural landscape, Dol Jatra becomes Holi, Durga Pujo becomes Navratri, Kali Pujo becomes Diwali and all marriages need to have "sangeet".
(5.) The Savings and Loan Crisis is one useful comparison point, but it is important to note that the pattern of public investigations and criminal prosecutions following a financial crisis stretches back to the Pujo Committee of 1912-1913 that followed the 1907 Financial Panic.
(3) A congressional subcommittee, led by Representative Arsene Pujo of Louisiana, held hearings from May 1912 to January 1913 to investigate the activities of major New York City banks.
He was 75 years old; his health had been badly affected by his recent experience of giving testimony before the Pujo Committee in Congress, which was not sympathetic to the idea that the finances of the United States ought to rest primarily in Morgan's hands.