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PGPregnant
PGParental Guidance Suggested (MPAA rating)
PGPoint Guard (basketball)
PGPrince George's (county in Maryland)
PGPittsburgh Post-Gazette (newspaper)
PGPerfect Game (baseball statistics)
PGPaying Guest
PGPower Generation
PGProject Gutenberg
PGPacific Grove
PGPapua New Guinea (ISO country code, top level domain)
PGPerugia (Italy)
PGPersian Gulf
PGProduct Group
PGProgrammer
PGPostgraduate
PGPlea of Guilty (criminal justice)
PGPhoenix Gold (car stereo manufacturer)
PGPeter Gabriel (music artist)
PGPrice Guide
PGPressure Gauge (Sprint)
PGPlease God
PGPenang (Malaysia)
PGProduct Guide
PGPower Good (electronics)
PGProving Ground
PGPropylene Glycol
PGProstaglandin
PGPersonal Guarantee (banking)
PGPlanning Group (various organizations)
PGPlaygirl (magazine)
PGPeer Group
PGPlasma Glucose
PGPerformance Guarantee
PGProcess Guide (various organizations)
PGProteoglycan
PGPaper Gods (Duran Duran album)
PGPeter Griffin (cartoon character)
PGPercutaneous Gastrostomy
PGPanda Global (eSports team)
PGProject Group
PGPinot Gris (wine)
PGPicogram (one-trillionth of a gram)
PGPaul Graham (computer scientist and essayist)
PGPaint Grade (building supplies)
PGPell Grant
PGPepsinogen
PGProfessional Geologist
PGProblem Gambling (behavioral health)
PGSpratly Islands
PGPyoderma Gangrenosum (skin disorder)
PGPattern Generator
PGProtection Group (Nortel)
PGPublic Guardian
PGProsperity Gospel (religion)
PGPolicy Guide
PGPure Garbage
PGPort Gamble (Washington)
PGPeer Guardian
PGProjective Geometry
PGProcureur-Generaal
PGPlains Game (hunting)
PGProcess Gas
PGPersona Grata (Latin: Welcom)
PGPlasma Gun
PGPacific Graphics (Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications)
PGProfoundly Gifted
PGPower Gamer (gaming)
PGPerfect Gem (Gaming, Diablo 2)
PGProctor & Gamble Company
PGPowder Game (online game)
PGProcessing Gain
PGPhosphogypsum
PGProcurement Group (TAT-14)
PGPair Gain (telephony)
PGPwllgwyngyll (Wales)
PGProfessional Gamer
PGPatrol Gunboat
PGPreventie en Gezondheid (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek)
PGParteigenosse (German: Member of NSdAP)
PGProfessionnel Gaz (French: Professional Gas)
PGProgressão Geométrica
PGPrisonnier de Guerre (French: Prisoner of War)
PGPermanent Grade
PGPeripheral Gateway (Cisco)
PGPeter Gardiner (Australian "Quiz King")
PGPin Gauge
PGPatrol Combatant
PGPlatoon Guide
PGPatch Guard (computer security)
PGParity Game
PGProspective Gain
PGPanzerrohr Gewinde (German: Conduit Thread; engineering supply)
PGPinoy Gamers (gaming group)
PGPlatinumGamers (now Pgen)
PGPhoto-Reconnaissance Group
PGPatrol Combatant Ship
PGProtective Guideline
PGPhilharmonia of Greensboro (Greensboro, NC)
PGPharmacopeia Germanica
References in periodicals archive ?
The same can be said for the comparison of the ether ester plasticizers based on ethylene glycol monobutyl ether and propylene glycol n-butyl ether.
It won't hurt the doe to drench her with propylene glycol "just in case" and you may save a valuable animal.
Propylene Glycol-based Antifreeze Remains Highly Preferred Owing to its higher compatibility, low-cost and non-toxicity, propylene glycol is highly sought after by automotive antifreeze manufacturers.
The "Propylene Glycol - Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
KUWAIT -- Kuwait's Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) acquires 49 percent of operations of South Korean SKC, and the two firms agreed to establish a joint company producing propylene Oxide (PO) and propylene glycol (PG).
Propylene glycol or glycerol are humectants that are the main components of most e-cigarette liquids; some products may use ethylene glycol.
Propylene glycol affects sugar crystallization, but its effect on lactose crystallization in solutions and after spray drying is unknown.
Group A served as control and received 5 ml/kg/day of propylene glycol subcutaneous for 14 days.
Propylene glycol is a clear, colorless, odorless compound commonly used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food [1, 2].
Propylene glycol (PG) is an excipient commonly used in medications and is "generally recognized as safe" by the US Food and Drug Administration under 21 CFR [section]184.1666 [1].