pli


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pli

[plē]
(mechanics)
A unit of line density (mass per unit length) equal to 1 pound per inch, or approximately 17.8580 kilograms per meter.
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He said that this give PLI an enormous advantage over its business and help offer a wide range of insurance policies to customers at the lowest premium while ensuring highest bonus on their investment.
It was informed to Standing Committee that PLI has won group insurance of Railway and WAPDA just because of its best performance.
If an animal has a good PLI but the farmer doesn't calve her down until she is 30-months-old, then this will have a negative impact on her performance," he said.
In 2014 PLI paid [euro]405million to operate the licence for 20 years and the figures show the company recorded a pre-tax loss of [euro]20.
While PLI is endlessly customizable to meet the needs of teachers and students, the basic implementation is as follows.
He also appreciated the service of Additional Director General (Operations) in this regard and motivation and preparation of employees for the procurement of fresh PLI business.
Trivedi's appointment letter links his medical concessions, LTC, Group insurance and other facilities to the All India Service Rules but at the same time makes him eligible for PLI introduced by the Indian Airlines during his term.
Process flow diagram shows how foam film processor PLI deployed Process Control's ASR system to reclaim production scrap that previously had been given away to recyclers.
Fibrinolysis is regulated by specific interactions between t-PA and fibrin, as well as interactions between pli and the specific pli inhibitor, [[alpha].
Mark Smith, Director of Corporate Services at the NMC, estimates between 2% and 5% of nurses will either not be able to secure or afford PLI and, therefore, will 'drop off the register'.
The survey of 13 leading insurance companies--representing more than 70 percent of the PLI insurance to architects and engineers in the U.