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PDS

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PDS

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PDS

(1) (Processor Direct Slot) A single expansion slot on certain, early Macintosh models that was used to connect high-speed peripherals as well as additional CPUs. Providing a channel directly to the CPU, the PDS coexisted with NuBus slots on some models. The PDS was mostly CPU specific, but managed to remain standard on the Mac LC through various CPU incarnations.

(2) (Premises Distribution System) The cabling, racks and adapters that connect telephone wires within a building or group of buildings to each other and to external lines of the telephone company.
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'Ensure full refund of all monies appropriated by PDS through this fraudulent scheme and their collaborators.
Meralco said the PDS consortium has planned to invest over $580 million for capital expenditures to strengthen the governance, management and operations of the ECG and improve the delivery of power to end users as well as support Ghana's socio-economic growth.
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The bank revised downward its offer price to P215 per share after the PDS declared dividends of around P600 million last year.
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In addition to PDS0101, PDS biotechnology's pipeline includes multiple preclinical programmes developing Versamune-based cancer immunotherapies in combination with checkpoint inhibitors for various late-stage cancers.
The government feeds the PDS with supplies, bears the cost in the form of subsidy, and decides as to which goods to be supplied at what rates and in how much quantity per head or per family.
"PDS technology also makes it possible to locate pedestrians and vehicles underground, which enhances production efficiencies and facilitates the locating of people and machinery in an emergency," Lourens said.
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Appearing before the House Justice Appropriations Subcommittee in October, 13th Circuit PD Julianne Holt, president of the Florida Public Defender Association, also said the PDs need at least $6 million for equity and retention pay for key staff; $3.4 million for Graham/ Miller representation; and $2.8 million for workload funding to address backlogs in appeals.
He was chairing a meeting of PDs of various projects and programs being run under the health department including EPI, MNCH, LHW, Hepatitis, Malaria Control Program and others here.
The PDS models deliver superior image quality required for precise document handling.