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PMS

(Pantone Matching System) A color matching system from Pantone Inc., Carlstadt, NJ (www.pantone.com) that has a unique number assigned to more than 500 different colors and shades. This standard for the printing industry has been built into many graphics and desktop publishing programs to ensure color accuracy. Introduced in 1963, PMS color swatches have expanded beyond graphic arts into industrial design and the fashion and home arenas. Web designers and business users also rely on PMS shades when they need to select, match and control color. In 2007, Pantone rolled out a new system for digital printing and workflow (see Goe System).
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At one point, the chief secretary asked the additional chief secretary to hold a meeting with the PMS association office-bearers but the issue could not be resolved owing to the PAS delaying tactics, says the association.
The complete two-way integration of their PMS with our innovative digital marketing software will provide hoteliers an integrated hospitality solution, said Pedro Colaco, CEO of GuestCentric.
In the folk as well as popular categories, PMS sang Philippine compositions.
Despite its small size, this is a valuable study demonstrating a beneficial role of curcumin in treatment of PMS symptoms, and is the first study to report on the effect.
Usually, no physical findings are specifically helpful in establishing the diagnosis of PMS.
The etiology of PMS is still uncertain but several biosocial and psychological factors have been proposed in addition to the hormonal imbalance as a cause of premenstrual symptoms3.
have really understood that their fantastic applications have to be completely 'PMS neutral,' and with each new interface we build to a leading PMS, their market coverage grows and more Hotels can profit from the great technology they provide.
As many as 150 physical and behavioral symptoms have been assigned to PMS, but the number of PMS symptoms that most women experience is much more limited.
The order overturns a previous ruling by the Pune Tribunal, which had given relief to an assessee who had claimed deduction of PMS and audit fees of Rs 36.
Symptoms of PMS are reported to affect up to 90% of menstruating women, and two to five percent of women experience the most severe symptoms (Dog, 2009).
There is a solid base of research that has shown that women can reduce PMS without taking a prescription drug.