PnP

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AcronymDefinition
PnPPlug and Play
PnPPhilippine National Police
PnPPeople's National Party (Jamaica)
PnPPeople's National Party
PnPPassauer Neue Presse (German newspaper)
PnPProvincial Nominee Program (Canadian Immigration)
PnPPublic and Nonprofit (various organizations)
PnPProfessional Nursing Practice (various locations)
PnPPediatric Nurse Practitioner
PnPPartido Nuevo Progresista (New Progressive Party, political party, Puerto Rico)
PnPPartido Nacionalista Peruano (Spanish: Peruvian Nationalist Party; Peru)
PnPPurine Nucleoside Phosphorylase (enzyme)
PnPPolicía Nacional del Perú
PnPPeer Networking Protocol
PnPPositive Negative Positive
PnPPneumoperitoneum
PnPp-Nitrophenol
PnPPaper and Pencil
PnPPropylene Glycol N-Propyl Ether
PnPPolicy and Procedure
PnPPlug N Pray
PnPParty and Play
PnPPrivate Nonprofit
PnPPilanesberg National Park (South Africa)
PnPProgressive National Party
PnPPositive-Negative-Positive (transistor)
PnPPress N Peel
PnPPodocarpus National Park (Ecuador)
PnPPrivate Numbering Plan
PnPPlacement and Proficiency (education; Illinois)
PnPPukaskwa National Park (Canada)
PnPPerdona Nuestros Pecados (Spanish: Forgive Our Sins; Argentinian TV show)
PnPPakistan National Party
PnPPast National President
PnPPlaystation Network Platform
PnPPeace and Protection (mIRC script)
PnPPerspective-N-Point (computer vision)
PnPPorts and Protocols
PnPProvincial Non-Profit (housing program; Canada)
PnPProbability of No Penetration
PnPProliferative Necrotizing Pneumonia
PnPPretty 'n Pink
PnPP-type, N-type, P-type (transistor)
PnPPara-Nitrophenoxy
PnPPsychogenic Nocturnal Polydipsia
PnPPolitics and Prose (Washington DC book store)
PnPPackaging & Preservation
PnPPulse Narrowband Processor
PnPPre-Negotiation Plan
PnPPassed, but Not Promoted
PnPPneumocystis Carinii Pneumonitis
PnPPull Notice Program (State of California, Department of California Highway Patrol)
PnPPen(cil) and Paper (role playing games)
PnPProved Not Producing (oil/gas industry)
PnPPiastrinic Neutralization Procedure
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Geneva [Switzerland] March 15 ( ANI ): Activists of the United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP) has highlighted gross human rights violations committed by Pakistan in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller said her People's National Party would try to renegotiate roughly 25% of a troubled $400 million road program financed by China in order to transfer some of the money to the jobs program as a way to kickstart the economy;
The People's National Party (PNP) government that was elected in December 2011 is considering detaching Jamaica from the monarchy and establishing a republic with an indigenous president as head of state.
The latest outbreak is the latest episode in a long-running feud between gangs loyal to the ruling Jamaica Labour Party and opposition People's National Party.
Codling was part of a terror gang used by Michael Manley's People's National Party to secure votes in the Jamaican election campaign of 1980 before moving to Britain.
They were originally terror gangs used by Michael Manley's People's National Party to secure votes in the Jamaican election campaign of 1980.
In the latest shootings, 13 people - including a 10-yearold girl - have been killed in the fighting that broke out three weeks ago in the Mountain View area between rival gangs that support the governing People's National Party and the opposition Jamaica Labour Party.
Bigeldy Gabdullin, deputy head of Kazhegeldin's Republican People's National Party, said: The powers-that-be want to draw away attention from the so-called Kazakhgate and focus it somewhere else".
It would be difficult to term as leftist the practices and ideas of such groups as the People's Progressive Party and the People's National Congress in Guyana, or the People's National Party of Jamaica, despite claims of the leadership.
In 1958 he returned to Trinidad and entered into a period of participation in the work of the governing People's National Party that culminated in a falling-out with its leader, his former pupil Eric Williams, and the expulsion of James from the party.
The seventies were a turbulent decade in Jamaican history, in which socialists (the People's National Party or P.
Twice in its two-year run, for example, it published work by the Jamaican socialist Roger Mais, who in July of 1944, while a member of Norman Manley's People's National Party, published an anti-colonial tract in its political affairs journal Public Opinion that landed him in jail for six months (Braithwaite 7).
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