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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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Evaluating a pun's appropriateness and ascertaining audience expectations go hand-in-hand, and tutors must tread cautiously when discussing pun use in academic writing.
All these years later I now realise the root of my pun obsession.
6bn, making it the seventh largest economy in the world and the third largest in Asia," said Pun, addressing Qatar Chamber officials led by vice-chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari.
Last year we had musical entertainment from the Pun Loving Criminals, and this year the competitors have to guess which pun act they are performing - like Elaine Paige Against The Machine.
I pick it up and Big Pun is like, "You live in Castle Hill projects right?
Indeed, Lucetta's play on words is, all things considered, fairly subtle and innocuous, chiefly because it draws on powerful musical imagery, almost every pun having one of its meaning constituents more or less closely related to music.
The pun stands stubbornly in the path of all of them.
An antanaclasis is a pun in which a word is repeated with a different meaning each time and the example of that kind of a pun is (Your argument is sound, nothing but sound).
Addressing Pun and his delegation, during a meeting held at the chamber's headquarters, Al-Wazzan praised bilateral ties bounding the two countries, but indicated that level of these relations remained short of aspirations.
The school, of which Pun is a graduate, suffers frequent power outages, often leaving the students in the dark for days at a time.
London, June 2 (ANI): Corporal Dipprasad Pun of 1st Royal Gurkha rifles has been conferred the top bravery award, Conspicious Gallantry Cross from Queen Elizabeth at the Buckingham Palace.
The Queen gave Cpl Dipprasad Pun, 31, the medal - second only to the Victoria Cross for bravery - at Buckingham Palace.