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PUD

Abbreviation for:
penis uncircumcising device

PUD

Peptic ulcer disease, see there.

Peptic ulcer disease (PUD)

A stomach disorder marked by corrosion of the stomach lining due to the acid in the digestive juices.
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Planners for the Schmitz Homeplace zone change and planned unit development will meet with community members next week.
But neighbors in the area of the Dillard Heights project hope an adjacent, larger planned unit development called Green Valley Glen will meet the same fate in front of a city hearings official.
For the past 20 years, CRSG has been engaged in the financing and ownership of recreational facilities and related amenities that are part of large-scale planned unit developments.
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Almost two-thirds (62%) of the mortgages (based on loan balance) are for detached homes, while one-third are condominiums and 5% are either 2-4 family homes or planned unit developments.
is a provider of online property management services for common interest communities, homeowners' associations and other planned unit developments.
Separate reports are available for office buildings, shopping centers, conventional rental apartments and federally assisted apartments, as well as condominiums, cooperatives and planned unit developments.
A member of the Global Finance Department, he represents national, international, and regional financial institutions, investment banks, pension funds, and investors in connection with the financing, acquisition, disposition and leasing of commercial office buildings, regional shopping malls, shopping centers, hotels, industrial warehouses, merchandise marts, multifamily housing, and residential and planned unit developments.
95) and the Expense Analysis: Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Planned Unit Developments ($199.