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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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It's the writer and performer's second annual pun contest at the O2 ABC on Saturday, during which eight contestants will pit their wit and wordplay in an attempt to be crowned the Champi-pun of the Word.
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).
I think out of 800-some cartoons, maybe 20 are puns.
April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- A new book, Pun Enchanted Evenings: 746 Original Word Plays, by David R.
I decided to start a tally chart of puns, jokes and all-round silly things to say at last night's gig and got through two notepads and a stylo stick before I gave up.
They may each yield slightly different figures but the score is invariably high, with the total of three thousand puns in the whole canon and the average of seventy-eight apiece, Love's labour's lost (LLL), the play of sole concern in the present study, being most generously studded with them.
I love puns, perhaps now the least fashionable form of wit.
Joe Van Der Katt And The Great Picket Fence is a fun story filled with puns, jokes and colorful drawings.
Jokes, stories, puns, exercises, activities and expressions all can be integrated as needed in order to better captivate one's pupils and grease the wheels of human interaction.
Steve Bhaerman, known by his popular alias of Swami Beyondananda, "uncommontator and political guru", encourages ordinary citizens to wake up and take back government of, by, and for the people--with a chuckle inducing affluence of puns, black-and-white cartoons, and wry insights to drive the point home.
The calculation c (m+n0)/p considers the length of time it takes to build up the joke, the number of puns and how many times a character falls over.
Whether rooted in this spiritualism or in puns visual and verbal, the potential for poetic transformation dances along Sol'Sax's jagged political edges.