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PDS

Notation for Pendred syndrome and DFNB4 gene. See: DFNB4 gene.

PDS

Abbreviation for:
pain dysfunction syndrome
Paris dosimetry system
Parkinson’s Disease Society
paroxysmal depolarising shift
penile Doppler study
peritoneal dialysis solution
perfusion defect size
Personal Demographics Service, see there 
Personal Dental Service(s), see there  
positive Darwinian selection
Progressive Deterioration Scale
psychomotor disadaptation syndrome
Psychotic Depression Scale
pulsed Doppler sonography
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The downgraded offer, from P360 a share previously, had taken into account the P600 million in dividends that PDS issued to shareholders in June last year, which reduced PDS's asset value.
Under the exchange ratio formula in the merger agreement, immediately following the merger, the former PDS security holders will own approximately 70% of the combined company and existing Edge security holders will own approximately 30% of the combined company, subject to certain potential adjustments as described in the merger agreement.
A study by Planning Commission member Kirit Parikh in 1994 found that in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha and Madhya Pradesh, more than 90 per cent of the deserving population did not get any cereals from the PDS. Even where it is operational, the PDS was socked in corruption and pilferage.
Caption: Mpumalanga miner Sudor Coal implemented the proximity detection system (PDS) from Booyco Electronics at its Weltevreden operation, Booyco reports.
The main objective of this paper is to establish results for PDS with general maxterm (resp., minterm) functions as evolution operators in the sense of the fixed point theorem by Banach.
Doing that will allow the PDs to provide more effective representation, she said.
All the PDs were directed to present detailed reports about all the vehicles of their respective projects and programs within the next three days and hand-over all the vehicles and other assets of closed projects to the health department.
Sullivan also serves as a key PDS lead for JLL on a number of important global corporate accounts.
" As the PDS is the largest welfare scheme in the country, the consequences have been extremely bad.
In [7], the authors introduced the postdecision state (PDS) learning to raise the convergence rate.
Strongly reacting to Prime Minister's remark that 90 percent of the funds for the Public Distribution System (PDS) comes from the Centre, Raman Singh asserted that no state government can ever compete with Chhattisgarh over PDS.
Culturally appropriate, community-based interventions that improve women's knowledge and recognition of pregnancy danger signs (PDS) may increase rapid referral and appropriate treatment of obstetric emergencies to reduce maternal death and achieve MDG 5 goals (2-6).