PAM


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PAM

(păm),

PAM

Abbreviation for:
Parents Against Molesters
penicillin aluminium monostearate
percent accepted mutation 
performing arts medicine
phenylalanine mustard
polyacrylamide
pralidoximine methiodide
primary acquired melanosis
primary amoebic meningoencephalitis
professions allied to medicine 
pulmonary alveolar macrophage
pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis

PAM

Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis

PAM

Abbreviation for potential acuity meter.

PAM, 2-PAM

2-pyridine aldoxime methchloride (pralidoxime chloride).
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Pam Ann is the comic creation of writer and comedian Caroline Reid.
Pam earned her Dental, Orthodontics and Master of Science degrees from Nova Southeastern University's College of Dental Medicine.
It had to be done and quickly because when the economy began to collapse, so did GM's business, which meant PAM was in dire straits too.
The objectives of this study were (i) to investigate the mechanisms of PAM adsorption and desorption by pure kaolinitc and montmorillonite specimens as well as the ability of PAMs to flocculate the two clays, and (ii) to further test and evaluate the ability of PAMs to clarify and flocculate clay suspensions of four natural subsoils having distinct clay mineralogy.
They had suspected Ryan at the time and went to Pam to press her on his alibi.
Some analysts argue that this shift will make the PAM move further in the direction of reconciliation and seek points of convergence with the PJD before the next elections.
When she was 16 Pam left St Paul's to go to Burlington College on New Street, which taught secretarial skills, before getting a job as a shorthand typist at Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society just before the Second World War.
Pam will be working remotely from Ohio; technology has afforded us the opportunity to benefit from Pam's expertise.
Pam, who worked in retail for 23 years, was brought up by her mum in their home in Addison Street.
He pointed out that Tunisia's contribution to PAM has always been "valuable and very meaningful.
Pam is an eighteen-year-old with a history of depression.
Pam has always had a flair for languages, and can actually speak many of those she knows with a fluency that can only put her compatriot colleagues to shame.