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organization

 [or″gah-nĭ-za´shun]
1. the process of organizing or being organized.
2. an organized body, group, or structure.
3. the replacement of blood clots by fibrous tissue.
comprehensive health organization (CHO) a nonprofit health care agency in Canada, formed jointly by representatives of the community and of health care providers. The aim is to provide a variety of health promotion and treatment services and to unify different elements of health care for a defined member population.
health maintenance organization see health maintenance organization.
professional review organization (PRO) a program on multiple governmental levels (local, state, and federal) that regulates the quality and cost of federally funded medical care. See also Professional Standards Review Organization.
Professional Standards Review organization (PSRO) see Professional Standards Review Organization.

Pro

Symbol for proline or prolyl.

PRO

Abbreviation for:
patient reported outcome, see there 
patients’ rights organisation
peer review organisation
physician review organisation
professional review organisation
proflavin
progesterone
proline
prolyl
pronation
prophylactic
propranolol
protein
Public Record Office 
Public Relations Officer

PRO

Peer review organization, see there.

PRO

Abbreviation for peer-review organization

Pro

Abbreviation for proline or its radicals.

Pro

abbrev. PROLINE.

Pro

Abbreviation for proline.
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Perhaps the major obstacle to establishing the credibility and usefulness of pro forma measures has been the overuse and occasional misuse of descriptors such as "unusual" and "non-recurring." In the vast majority of cases, the items so described and excluded from pro forma measures reduce reported earnings.
To the extent that management has presented pro forma information in this manner, the critics are correct.
A presentation of pro forma disclosures that attempts to portray a steady growth in earnings and sales shortchanges the investment community by not discussing the impact that changing conditions have on the entity's performance.
"This brings us now to another question: Why therefore in our liturgical version this venerable original 'pro multis' should yield to the phrase 'pro omnibus'?
For the traditional Latin text already combines the Lucan text 'pro vobis' with the phrase of Mark and Matthew 'pro multis.' And that is not the first change.
James Lacey (Jim) Dent * Born May 9, 1939 in Augusta, Ga.; turned pro in 1966; joined PGA Tour in 1970, earning a career-best $48,486 in 1974; through 1999 had won 12 Senior PGA Tour titles.
Lee Elder * Born July 14, 1934 in Dallas, Texas; turned pro in 1959 and joined PGA Tour in 1967; won the 1974 Monsanto Open to become the first African-American to qualify for the Masters; won $1,020,514 in official PGA Tour earnings.
Al Green * Born August 26, 1939 in Annapolis, Md.; turned pro in 1967; joined PGA Tour in 1973; teamed with Lee Elder to win the Walt Disney Team title in 1975.
You can select, from the memo they send around, the pro bono work that interests you: you don't have to do all divorces, all wills, all landlord-tenant disputes.
First, you're ignoring the fact that there's not nearly enough of the ideal kind of pro bono work to go around.
The new program was called, Parts and Repair Ordering System (PROS I) which ran from 1996 through 2000.
The current PROS II contract is based on a partnership that promotes achievement of mutually beneficial goals.