PODS


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PODS

Abbreviation for:
Pharmacy, Ophthalmic, Dental and Superannuation 
postoperative days
potential organ donors
Probability Of Death Score
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The length of the pod-production period was almost completely insensitive to changes in photosynthesis, and most of the variation in mature pods was determined by small pod production.
Yep, pods are seemingly all over the place -- even at breakfast.
Because coffee pod brewing is a relatively new concept to many consumers, it is important to take the time to demonstrate the brewer often.
During the 1990s, the average number of vessels clustering around a pod of whales increased roughly fivefold, and it now averages about 22.
The US Air Force (USAF) may view the Sniper XR as its targeting pod of the future, but it has purchased more Litening IIs to quickly improve the targeting ability of existing fighter aircraft.
They hang about 2 inches or more long and give way in late July to bean-like, flat pods that hang 12 inches or more from the tree.
Thus, if resources for reproduction are limited, the added cost of pod biomass in pods with few seeds should select for increased frequency of multiseeded pods.
For pure pleasure, pop these peas from the pod to munch raw, or cook them briefly.
Invented by a former firefighter, the PODS system is used to assist emergency personnel in numerous situations.
Military customers like the convenience -- they can fill the PODS containers at their own pace and store them, either on-site or at one of PODS' Storage Centers -especially during PCS moves or overseas deployments.
With Senseo coffee pods no longer available at retail in the U.
According to retail sales and marketing manager, Louise Lloyd-Rossi, these machines are the next biggest trend in coffee-making gadgets: "The market for coffee pods continues to grow.