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POD

Postoperative day

pod

a small herd or school of seals or whales, etc.
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Brazil's importance as a pod market is a reflection of its importance as a coffee market overall, not because Brazilians especially love pods.
POD is a revolutionary Internet platform that anyone can use, free of charge, to engage in real-time communication with friends, family, and colleagues.
Many studies have demonstrated the potential appeal--and dangers --of detergent pods to children under five years old.
Pod Length (cm): Okra pod is considered as the most economical part of its production and pod length, along with pod number and pod weight are the most important factors determining the its production.
The investigators sought to further characterize potential risk factors associated with laundry detergent pod exposures and any related health effects.
The cost of a pod is pounds 500 which, split between 24 people, is pounds 20.
Ensuring that machine owners have access to a wide range of pods to cover all coffee drinking occasions is one of the best ways to maximise machine usage and therefore pod sales.
Pod taxis are currently being used at London's Heathrow airport to ferry passengers from parking areas to the terminal building.
Automatic systems are convenient but you might be disappointed with the powdered or UHT milk-filled pods.
The pod maintenance worksheet from the previous base had been shredded and a new local pod maintenance sheet had been started.
To remove the effects of treatment on time, we adjusted the times for all Treatment 1 and Treatment 3 data, so that the means for the time to 1st pod and 2nd pod for all three treatments were identical to Treatment 2, at 31.
Mailwash founder Kate Bartham (right) collects dry cleaning from a customer at her new Mailwash Pod at Warwick Parkway