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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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As Aaron is once again brought on stage for sentencing, he is referred to punningly as the "breeder of these dire events" (5.
In the case of both passages, as mentioned before, obscene metaphors are sometimes obscured by the use of geographical allusions ostensibly denoting real contemporary geopolitical entities or inter-state relations of 411 BC or AD 1592, but punningly connoting obscene allusions to the female body.
Allison Beldon-Smith - who goes under the name of "The Talog Witch" - has two dogs and five cats, one punningly called Lucy-fur.
In a lively novel extract by Pauls Toutonghi, a young man goes to Egypt in search of his absent father; in John Culbert's punningly titled short story "Rider", a boy tries to please the father with whom he has little in common; in poems by Mark Jarman, Charles Simic, and Honor Moore, mothers and especially fathers keep surfacing like finbacks from the psychological deep.
Faber Music is the publisher of this indispensable volume punningly entitled Behind Bars, which has references to absolutely everything a composer or copyist would need in terms of preparing for print anything from the vast archives of musical manuscripts accumulated over the centuries.
Punningly called The Dieties, perhaps showing a dehumanising affect of gyms.
Thompson's landmark essay on how the measures of abstract time "regulated the new rhythms of industrial life" concludes with Wordsworth's polemic in The Prelude against those whom the poet punningly calls "watchful men / And skilful in the usury of time, / .
The result is a powerfully rendered life-sized Jesus that Tagliaferri punningly calls "Cristo (ri)Velato," (Christ Revealed).
With an acronym punningly playing on the number 21 in Roman numerals, MAXXI is Italy's first national museum dedicated to the art of this century, hosting 'contemporary creativity' across various disciplines, from painting and sculpture to dance and film.
In one of his Sonnets Michelangelo punningly describes himself as 'vassal to an armoured cavalier'.
The title of this dark comedy is bitingly appropriate, a concise story synopsis so punningly flippant in its card-playing slang (despite a life hanging in the balance) as to be the perfect description of a genre in which the individual counts for little.
It is clear from the pictorial record, however, that the Black citizens of Virginia held a certain exotic appeal for the master, as Harper's Bazaar, rather tastelessly and punningly suggested in its article titled "Massa Dali in Ole Virginny.