PBO


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PBO

Abbreviation for:
permanent balloon occlusion
placebo
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PBO serves start-ups, emerging, public, private, government and non-profit organizations and businesses.
The PBO wrote again to the Clerk on 5 September, 2012, with new deadlines for the remaining federal organizations to provide the requested information.
On the other hand, when the pension gain or loss is recognized in a timelier manner under the MTM approach, the reported earnings would be subject to more volatility, due to the unpredictable changes in the value of pension assets or PBO.
In regards to this study, 6 mgkg-1 of caffeine did not elicit a higher HR in the CAFF or CRE+CAFF groups when compared to PBO.
Role of PBO in spinosad efficiency on the pink bollworm larvae: Table 4 showed that PBO has a good effect in increasing of spinosad toxicity.
To get the optimum balance of technical properties and to minimize the price of the product, PBO is partially replaced with clay or kaolinite.
Simply put, a PBO is an organisation that holds people firmly at its heart.
72% to the adjusted total liabilities of ($ 5,410,279) when they made the change from ABO to PBO in reporting pension liabilities (Bryan, Lilien & Mooney, 2007).
PBO aims to get started with inter-corporate events before tapping sport's popularity among Filipinos
Appendages are derived from America's Cup yachts such as the trim-tab fixed keel, PBO rigging, super high modulus carbon fibre mast and a three-metre bowsprit for carrying more sail downwind.
This approach attributes some fraction of the plan's PBO on the retirement date to the portion of the career completed by the valuation date.
Schober USA has introduced a new converting system based on the RSM & PBO designs that allow for the in-line finishing of products such as trays, inner frames, folding cartons and more.