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PBI

(biochemistry)
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The suspension was also set to conduct a study on the PBI scheme.
The deal involves the purchase of 11.98 million common shares in PBI amounting to P3.34 per share, the disclosure noted.
PBI Bank customers will receive communications with further details about the name change in the coming weeks.
The Asian Banker and PBI awards are among the most established in the global private banking industry and winners are selected after a rigorous selection and voting process.
Ever since VanPaten and Cadierno (1993) published their original study, a large body of research has mushroomed comparing PI to different kinds of PBI such as traditional instruction (TI; e.g., VanPaten & Cadierno, 1993), meaning-based output instruction (MOI; e.g., Farley, 2001), meaning-based drills instruction (MDI; e.g., Keating & Farley, 2008), communicative output (CO; e.g., Toth, 2006) and dictogloss tasks (DG; e.g., Qin, 2008; VanPaten, Inclezan, Salazar, & Farley, 2009).
"We are excited to have Kelle move into this well-deserved role for PBi and we are looking forward to her influence and direction in both departments," Glenn Sacco, president, Pacific Bag, Inc, Woodinville, Wash.
The composite membranes of PBI with nanoparticles such as silica, zirconia and other ion conductor have been reported [15, 16].
Summary: Experienced hand to operate as PBI president after nearly 20 years with the company