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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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GIVEN everything those funster punsters in the Murdoch press have done in the past, I was actually disappointed they didn't reprise their 1992 "It's the Sun Wot Won It" post-election headline by tagging England's World Cup defeat "It's the Hun Wot Won It".
The projection of Sadie and Jack as riotous punsters is Kelley's foretelling of a burrowing, convulsive instability sweeping everything behind it.
Justice-Mom, perhaps, or, for punsters who know how much parents are taken for granted, maybe Justi-Mom.
What Thoreau Said: "'Walden" and the Unsayable (U of Idaho P, 1991); Michael West, Transcendental Wordplay: America's Romantic Punsters and the Search for the Language of Nature (Ohio UP, 2000); Philip F.
Since the lexical meanings of the term "honor" were in transition, it held a special attraction for punsters.
Punsters had a field day, with CBS news clucking about how Tyson had "chickened out" of the merger after "crying fowl.
Palmeiro (30-1): To the delight of punsters and baseball fans, Palmeiro will run in the San Rafael (March 3).