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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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Christ, the epitome of the serious punster, said to one of his disciples called Simon, "You are Peter and upon your stone I'll build a Church.
8) Abelard was an atrocious punster, using doubles entendres even in solemn moments (see PMLHA, 129 n.
Stephen - who also takes part in the 49th series of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue when it starts again on Radio 4 on Monday - traces the history of the Christmas cracker joke and meets monster punster Tim Vine, brother of BBC presenter Jeremy.
bela, a great punster in four languages, noted wryly in one of his letters that he had fled to 'Mon(?
They would appear there another 273 times, usually introduced by Bob Wooler, the DJ, writer and punster, who would rename Mathew Street Myth-ew Street before his death in 2002, as he wearied of hearing stories about those days growing taller and taller until they toppled over.
Still, who isn't seduced by a punster who sends us to the dictionary, whose voice is playful and clever?
But this latest effort is also reminiscent of the sequence in Ernst Lubitsch's "To Be or Not to Be" where punster Jack Benny plays along with Sig Ruman's comical but deadly Gestapo officer to achieve his desired outcome.
In a sweep that unleashed the punster in headline writers everywhere ("Good 'Hair' Day
Punster Tanaka also said she hopes the new ''gaisho'' (foreign minister) would not be a ''gaisho'' (external wound) to the new cabinet.
In its admirably close attention to textual detail, it also confirms that if English-speaking readers are to see more in Ponge than an erudite, sometimes almost oulipien, punster, what they now need more urgently than anything else is adequate translations.
The work encompasses a veritable polyphony of individual voices: the poet himself, an intrusively nudging editor, a grouchy, self-loathing "old fart" a Nazi officer, a suavely Dantean worshipper, a crass punster, a strict schoolmaster, a dogmatormented theologian.
He was also an accomplished classicist and a determined punster in four languages (English, Greek, Latin, and Hebrew).