PGL

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PGLGraphics (File Name Extension)
PGLPersistent Generalized Lymphadenopathy (associated with HIV AIDS viral infection)
PGLPro Gaming League (Canada)
PGLPeer Group Leader
PGLPortable Graphics Library
PGLPolicy Guidance Letter
PGLPortable Game Library
PGLProfessional Gamers League
PGLPokemon Global Link
PGLPublishing Group Ltd. (various locations)
PGL6-@phosphogluconolactonase (deficiency)
PGLParents Get Lost (UK summer camps)
PGLPrintronix Graphics Language (printers)
PGLPeer Group Leader (Sprint)
PGLPlasma Glucose Level
PGLPeoples Energy Corporation (stock symbol)
PGLPeter Gordon Lawrence (UK childrens' holiday company)
PGLPractice Group Leader
PGLProfessional Gaming League
PGLPulse Generating Laser (ERGO)
PGLParagangliomata
PGLProjective General Linear (mathematics)
PGLParaganglioma Syndrome
PGLProgram Guidance Letter
PGLProfile Grade Line
PGLPromina Group Limited (insurance; Australia and New Zealand)
PGLPreGame Lobby
PGLPakistan Gaming League (computer gaming association)
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Big adventures 3 Hotel Cala Sixty years ago, Peter Gordon Lawrence led his first adventure holiday, a canoe trip on the River Wye.
She went to the Peter Gordon Lawrence centre in Marchants Hill, Surrey, on June 22, just days after swine flu was detected there.
The PGL business, which is based in Ross-on-Wye, was established by Peter Gordon Lawrence who started out by providing canoe camping trips for groups of teenagers on the River Wye.
Known among the younger generation as Parents Get Lost, PGL is in fact the initials of the company's founder, Peter Gordon Lawrence.
Known among the younger generation as Parents Get Lost, PGL is in fact the initials of the company's founder, Peter Gordon Lawrence. The first PGL trips, led by Peter, were canvas and canoe holidays along the River Wye in the Welsh Borders.
Known among the younger generation as Parents Get Lost, PGL is, in fact, the initials of the company's founder, Peter Gordon Lawrence.
It takes its name from the initials of the company's founder - Peter Gordon Lawrence.
PGL, which organises European breaks for some 350,000 children a year, gets its name from its founder Peter Gordon Lawrence, but is known to many for its Parents Get Lost slogan.
We thrived on the Parents Get Lost ethos and, while PGL is really named after founder Peter Gordon Lawrence, we reckon it is Perthshire's Greatest Location.