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PNRParc Naturel Régional (French: Regional Nature Park)
PNRParanormal Romance (literary genre)
PNRPartner
PNRPassenger Name Record (airlines)
PNRPlace and Route (software engineering)
PNRPhilippine National Railways
PNRPhoto Noise Reduction
PNRPeak to Noise Ratio
PNRPalmtop News Reader
PNRPolicía Nacional Revolucionaria (Cuban police)
PNRPoint of No Return
PNRPrairie and Northern Region (Canada)
PNRPolymerase Chain Reaction
PNRPassive Noise Reduction
PNRPinelands National Reserve (New Jersey)
PNRProduction Non-Recurring (engineering)
PNRPolarized Neutron Reflectivity
PNRPrior Notice Required
PNRPointe Noire, Congo - Pointe Noire (Airport Code)
PNRPartner Network Recruitment
PNRPrudential Network Realty
PNRParty of the New Republic (Iraqi political group)
PNRPlug and Run
PNRPart Number Request
PNRProved Name Registration
PNRPreliminary Negotiation Reports (US Navy)
PNRPrivate Network Route
PNRPassenger Numerical Roll
PNRPassenger Number of Requisition
PNRPublication Number Request
PNRProject Narrative Report
References in classic literature ?
Mr Venus contemplated his fellow-man and partner with doubting eyes, and then rejoined stiffly:
In this wild and warlike school a number of leaders have sprung up, originally in the employ, subsequently partners of Ashley; among these we may mention Smith, Fitzpatrick, Bridger, Robert Campbell, and William Sublette; whose adventures and exploits partake of the wildest spirit of romance.
"Look at Papa!" shouted Natasha to the whole company, and quite forgetting that she was dancing with a grown-up partner she bent her curly head to her knees and made the whole room ring with her laughter.
But on Berande, you would be my partner, and then I would be responsible.
'And now,' said Daniel, looking at his watch, 'as time and tide wait for no man, my trusty partner, and as I am ready for starting, bag and baggage, at the gate below, let me say a last word.
"But," says the old man, "I have one piece of news to tell you, which perhaps may not be so acceptable to you as the rest; and that is, believing you were lost, and all the world believing so also, your partner and trustees did offer to account with me, in your name, for the first six or eight years' profits, which I received.
This forced us to make some port; and my partner, who knew the country better than I did, directed the captain to put into the river of Cambodia; for I had made the English mate, one Mr.
Mary had heard herself mentioned to Miss Bingley as the most accomplished girl in the neighbourhood; and Catherine and Lydia had been fortunate enough never to be without partners, which was all that they had yet learnt to care for at a ball.
"Look here, sir," Francis said, "I notice that this concession of yours is granted to you and your partner jointly whilst alive and to the survivor, in case of the death of either of you."
"Poor Fanny!" cried William, coming for a moment to visit her, and working away his partner's fan as if for life, "how soon she is knocked up!
In the morning Henry renewed the fire and cooked breakfast to the accompaniment of his partner's snoring.
Letterblair put down his glass of port and fixed on his young partner a cautious and apprehensive gaze.