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PUN

Abbreviation for:
plasma urea nitrogen
patient unmet needs
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As Shakespeare was already an inveterate punster, the book is almost too much of a muchness, best consumed in small quantities.
In turn, the decision to concentrate on ladies-in-waiting has been influenced by the rather counter-intuitive observation that, while they may not be expected to pun as vigorously as other stock figures (like jesters, whose profession is to entertain, verbally as well as physically, or quick-witted and linguistically dexterous pages), their discourse is proportionately more punning than that of the seemingly more heavyweight punsters.
As for the punsters, Ladbrokes of Britain had odds of 33/1 on Bergoglio.
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.
In an attack that had mostly symbolic value, Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle's squadron of 16 B-25B medium bombers had peppered Tokyo with 16 tons of bombs--a very modest effort that led Japanese punsters with a grasp of the English language to dub it the Do-Nothing Raid.
Justice-Mom, perhaps, or, for punsters who know how much parents are taken for granted, maybe Justi-Mom.
Punsters, linguists and crossword puzzle fanatics everywhere couldn't ask for a more bracing tribute than helmer Patrick Creadon's buoyant and exhilaratingly brainy docu "Wordplay.
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.