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pro forma

A general term for a fill-in-the-blank form—e.g., in diagnostic pathology—which can serve as an aide memoire of items that must be included in a final report to maximise its utility to end users.
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The new proformas will be sent to the Ministry of Education for approval from the establishment division.
Proforma Business Impact provides 27 styles of Under Armour apparel, 10 headwear selections and six bags.
Proforma has enjoyed more than $400 million in sales, providing promotional products, printing services, business documents and e-commerce solutions for its clients.
According to MagnetVideo, its complete suite of online video marketing solutions, including video production, video streaming and analytics and video marketing tools, will be offered by Proforma's member offices to their 50,000 customers under the Proforma brand.
The results were then tested with Minitab: For the Electric System, the aggregate Proforma Operating and Maintenance (O&M) Expenses (1200898) divided by the MWhs Sold (a) during the period of FY2000-FY2006 versus Electric System Actual O&M Expenses (1190623) divided by the MWhs Sold FY2000-FY2006 were compared and are presented in Table 2.
"The showroom will be a creative space for current and future clients to help design and implement the brand ed products that Proforma provides," Kok said.
Following the book's counsel, she wrote a proforma, a projection of anticipated revenues and expenses.
Proforma has also been named to the Advertising Specialty Institute's Multi-Million Dollar Round Table as a gold level distributor.
Discount Labels, of New Albany, IN, USA, has received the Supplier of the Year Award from Proforma for the fourth consecutive year.
Business process management vendor Fuego (fuego.com) has formed an alliance with Proforma Corp.
The group reported that operating income before aircraft sales decreased to EUR29m in the third quarter to 31 December 2004 from EUR153m based on proforma in 2003.