P.r.

(redirected from Puerto Rico)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

P.r.

Abbreviation for punctum remotum.

punctum

(punk'tum) plural.puncta [L.] Point.

punctum caecum

Blind spot (1).

puncta dolorosa

Painful points in the course of, or at the exit of, nerves affected by neuralgia.

punctum lacrimale

Lacrimal point.

punctum nasale inferius

Rhinion.

punctum proximum

Abbreviation: P.P.
Visual accommodation near-point.

punctum remotum

Abbreviation: P.R.
Visual accommodation far-point.

punctum saliens

The first trace of the embryonic heart.

puncta vasculosa

Minute red areas that mark the cut surface of white central substance of the brain, caused by blood escaping from divided blood vessels.

punctum remotum

Abbreviation: P.R.
Visual accommodation far-point.
See also: punctum
References in periodicals archive ?
Rums of Puerto Rico is a marketing and incentives program for the rums manufactured in Puerto Rico.
A foreign-flagged vessel may directly enter Puerto Rico but only after paying taxes, customs and import fees that often double the price of the goods it carries.
Roy-Fequiere's constant references to "colonial modernity" to describe the rapid material and cultural transformations in early 20th-century Puerto Rico are problematic.
In southwest Puerto Rico, crop predation is an ongoing problem.
Puerto Rico is an intriguing combination of cultures, which converge in the island's music, language, architecture, religion, lifestyles, arts, crafts and food.
Have students locate the following places on a map: the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Florida, and Spain.
One would think that the liberation of Puerto Rico would be a natural issue for the left in this country to embrace.
Historia de los hermanos Cheos (Ponce, Puerto Rico, 1979), the best known of the two accounts dealing with jibaro religiosity at the turn of the century written by priests.
PHOTO A man brings his mother-in-law to his home in Fajardo , Puerto Rico, while Hurricane Bertha roars.
Puerto Rico's new big-tree program, described in the accompanying article, points out a glaring omission: In addition to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, the National Register leaves out the trees of Hawaii, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Territory of Guam, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and American Samoa.
If you are a TV station and have access to Pathfire DMG, video of the event is available: click on the binoculars, select advanced search tab, keywords: Puerto Rico at the Smithsonian.
The campaign also will include a series of events and partnerships throughout the year, including a launch event at the Empire State Building featuring Food Network chef Claire Robinson and rum ambassadors from Puerto Rico and the extension of contracts for the exclusive Rums of Puerto Rico lounges and spaces at New York's Madison Square Garden and Citi Field.

Full browser ?