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pyo-

Do not confuse this combining form with pyelo-.
Suppuration, accumulation of pus.
[G. pyon, pus]

pyo-

[pī′ō-]
prefix meaning "pus": pyocalyx, pyocele, pyocyte.

pyo-

 Greek, pus

pyo-

Combining form meaning suppuration, accumulation of pus.
[G. pyon, pus]

pyo-

Do not confuse this combining form with pyelo-.
Suppuration, accumulation of pus.
[G. pyon, pus]

pyo-

word element. [Gr.] pus.
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We organised the PYO across the province and began holding the workers' conventions in different divisions to revitalise the organisation as part of the party's preparations for the upcoming general elections,' Malik Amjad told.
BROOKSGROVE FARM Where: Brooksgrove Lane, Haverfordwest SA61 1XR What: Strawberries are the star of the PYO show at this small family-run farm, but you can also pick seasonal raspberries and gooseberries.
Equally at home with Western and Arabic repertoire, the PYO maintains a unique position amongst youth orchestras internationally.
He added that the head of the Kataeb at AUB had held talks with PYO leaders at the university, but the talks didn't amount to "anything serious.
The PYO then performed Celebrating Jerusalem the following year - accompanied by the University of Bonn's orchestra - for the very first time in the city and have been asked to repeat that performance here in Bahrain too.
The service used to have 71 days to sentence PYOs after they were first arrested, but the new deadline shortened this to 65.
They were removed from the PYO offices after consultations to implement Mr Bilawal's decision.
Meanwhile, PYO offered Fateha for departed soul of Senior PPP leader Amin Fahim and eulogized his services for strengthening of democracy.
The Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (ESNCM) organized the PYO tour with the cooperation and support of a number of Palestinian, Arab and French organizations, particularly the Regional Music Conservatories of the cities of Aix-en-Provence, Lyon, Paris and Aubervilliers, in which the orchestra was generously hosted in preparation for the concerts between the 16th and 25th of August.