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PMOPlymouth (Amtrak station code; Plymouth, NH)
PMOPrime Minister's Office
PMOPisses Me Off
PMOPut Me On
PMOPorn, Masturbation, Orgasm
PMOPresent Mode of Operation
PMOPolicy Management Object
PMOProgram Management Office
PMOPortmaster Office Router
PMOPasteurized Milk Ordinance (USA Milk Industry)
PMOPremier Oil Plc (stock symbol)
PMOPostmenopausal Osteoporosis
PMOProvost Marshal's Office
PMOProject Management Operations
PMOProgram Management Organization
PMOProduction Management Office(r) (US DoD)
PMOPerformance Management Office
PMOPreventive Medicine Officer
PMOPersonnel Management Officer (US DoD)
PMOPalermo, Sicily, Italy - Punta Raisi (Airport Code)
PMOPresent Method of Operation
PMOPortfolio Management Officer
PMOPreventive Maintenance Optimization
PMOProgram Manager's Office
PMOPrivate Message Offer (gaming)
PMOPolice Motorcycle Officer
PMOPurdue Musical Organization
PMOPriority Material Office (US Navy)
PMOPriority Management Objective
PMOPremium Member Only
PMOProject Management Office/r
PMOProgram Management Office/r
PMOProduct Managers Office
PMOPlant Maintenance Order
PMOPalomar Mountain Observatory (also seen as PMOb)
PMOPolaris Material Officer
PMOPush Me Out
PMOPrecision Marksman/Observer (course)
PMOPlanned Maintenance Outage
PMOPaymasters' Office (European Commission, Brussels, Belgium)
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References in classic literature ?
If the ball ends (as I believe it will) in new mortifications for Mercy--do what they may, I defy them to mortify me --I have only to say the word by telegraph, and we shall catch the ship at Plymouth.
In many instances, the conviction of religious obligation formed one and a powerful inducement of the adventures; but in none, excepting the settlement at Plymouth, did they constitute the sole and exclusive actuating cause.
From the first discovery of the Western Hemisphere by Columbus until the settlement of Virginia which immediately preceded that of Plymouth, the various adventurers from the ancient world had exhibited upon innumerable occasions that ardor of enterprise and that stubbornness of pursuit which set all danger at defiance, and chained the violence of nature at their feet.
A transient allusion to a few characteristic instances, which mark the peculiar history of the Plymouth settlers, may properly supply the place of a narrative, which, to this auditory, must be superfluous.
The founders of Plymouth had been impelled by the peculiarities of their situation to examine the subject with deeper and more comprehensive research.
One of the vessels in the fleet was that same Mayflower which had carried the Puritan Pilgrims to Plymouth. And now, my children, I would have you fancy yourselves in the cabin of the good ship Arbella; because, if you could behold the passengers aboard that vessel, you would feel what a blessing and honor it was for New England to have such settlers.
What was there here in Plymouth Bay to prevent an enemy landing in force and marching where they wished?
"But you, yourself, brought Mrs Harville, her sister, her cousin, and three children, round from Portsmouth to Plymouth. Where was this superfine, extraordinary sort of gallantry of yours then?"
"My feelings, you see, did not prevent my taking Mrs Harville and all her family to Plymouth."
They took a lodging in the house where I lived, for a week; at the expiration of which time they were to start for Plymouth. Mr.
With that she told him what she had heard, or rather raised herself by my means, of his character; his not having paid for the part he pretended to own of the ship he commanded; of the resolution of his owners to put him out of the command, and to put his mate in his stead; and of the scandal raised on his morals; his having been reproached with such-and-such women, and having a wife at Plymouth and in the West Indies, and the like; and she asked him whether he could deny that she had good reason, if these things were not cleared up, to refuse him, and in the meantime to insist upon having satisfaction in points to significant as they were.
Shortly a supplementary program was issued which set forth that the Plymouth Collection of Hymns would be used on board the ship.