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PRL

Proof Refinement Logic.

Versions: micro-PRL, lambda-PRL, nu-PRL.

["PRL: Proof Refinement Logic Programmer's Manual", CS Dept, Cornell, 1983].

PRL

(Preferred Roaming List) The list of service providers stored in a CDMA cellphone that the phone is roaming outside its home area. The PRL should automatically be updated by the carrier; however, it may be manually reset and updated by the customer when there are roaming connection problems. In Restrictive Mode, the phone will only acquire networks in the PRL. In Permissive Mode, the phone will acquire a network not in the list if all PRL networks are unavailable.
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On completion of Pacific's withdrawal, InterOil's gross interest in PRL 39 will increase from 87.
Reacting to the news, Wales coach Rob Howley (pictured left) said: "World Rugby and the PRL have come out and said all our players are available for preparations for the World Cup which is fantastic news.
Leanos-Miranda and Cardenas-Mondragon (1) reported that SLEDAI scores had a positive correlation with serum small PRL levels.
PRL thought their clubs and their French counterparts were going to be at the vanguard of a replacement competition, the Rugby Champions Cup, only for the Ligue Nationale de Rugby to turn on its heel and reengage with what they call the H Cup.
Normal PRL is a polypeptide of 199 amino acid residues with a molecular weight of 23 kDa; it is known as monomeric or "little" PRL.
It examines whether the PRL characteristics of persons with low vision remained steady over the ensuing decade.
first described an interesting case of hyperprolactinemia with predominant big-big PRL on gel chromatography.
The breakup shows that Shell Pakistan controls 30 percent or 105 million shares in the PRL, PSO 18 percent or 63 million shares, Chevron-Caltex 12 percent or 42 million shares, National Bank of Pakistan eight per cent, National Investment Trust six per cent and about 26 per cent ordinary shareholders
After thorough mixing and centrifugation at 3000 rpm for 30 min, the supernatant was removed for analysis, and PRL assay was performed immediately.
Customers using handsets enabled for data roaming services, will now be able to exchange e-mail and access the Web, in addition to voice-call services currently offered in India, simply by updating to the latest PRL (Preferred Roaming List) before traveling.
WREXHAM based PRL Training, which three years ago had only one employee, is set to become a centre of excellence in logistics training for North and Mid Wales.
In some individuals, as in the case reported in this issue by Khandwala et al, macroprolactin is the predominant form of circulating immunoreactive PRL (macroprolactinemia) and, if the cause is not recognized, the coincidence of apparent hyperprolactinemia and symptoms of the hyperprolactinemic syndrome can lead to misdiagnosis and mistreatment, unnecessary concern for patient and physician and waste of healthcare resources.