PROM


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AcronymDefinition
PROMProgrammable Read-Only Memory
PROMPromenade (Canada Post road designation)
PROMPremature Rupture of Membranes (medical, childbirth)
PROMPatient-Reported Outcome Measure
PROMProtected Methods
PROMProgrammable Read Only Memory
PROMProlonged Rupture of Membranes (pregnancy)
PROMPassive Range Of Motion
PROMPlease Return on Monday
PROMPreterm Rupture of the Membranes
PROMPockels Readout Optical Modulator
PROMProto-Romance (linguistics)
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Prom goers continue to raise the stakes and look to one-up each other with luxury car rentals and limos, glamorous dresses and tuxedos, and elaborate, over-the-top promposals.
Some of the students narrated their memorable prom night on social media with clips of Jenner dancing with Ochoa.
Tori Murray of Joseph Swan Academy, Gateshead, at the year 11 prom held at Centre of Life, sent in by Amanda Gray
1979: Police in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, show up to protect the first openly gay couple in prom history.
Taylor Woolley, Brandon Tibbetts, Ryan Mannion, Shaun Mannion and Kaine |Bluck on the way to Foxford School prom at Coombe Abbey
Shannon Thompson and Charlotte |Mungovan, from St Thomas Aquinus Catholic School, Northfield, which held its prom at The Hilton Hotel, Bromsgrove
Pam Ninham of USA Cop Cars says: "Lights and sirens blaring, we arrived outside school and 'arrested' his would-be prom date.
Forming part of the Cardiff Festival celebrations, it is your festival and I hope that you will find something that will bring that unique sense of enjoyment and magic into your life in this years Welsh Proms Cardiff.
As a member of the prom committee (yes they have a prom committee
Send us photographs of you and your friends ready for the prom, including your contact details, address, name of school, full names and ages of all on the picture and where the prom was held.