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PFD

On drawings, abbr. for “preferred.”
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implementation of the PFD programme more easily and effectively.
Working with partner Structured, Spokane PFD evaluated a number of networking vendors including Cisco -- whose wireless was already deployed in the convention center, as well as Xirrus and Ruckus, but ultimately, selected Aruba.
A total of 292,400 saplings would be distributed free of cost at 244 distribution points, nurseries of PFD during Feb 6 to 8, he said.
The spokesman said some 292,400 saplings would be distributed free of cost at 244 distribution points and nurseries of the PFD from February 6 to 8.
For Marya Angcay, a leader of the deaf community, the video clip 'reminded us of the times when we were bullied and could not fight back,' while Raymond Manding, president of the PFD's youth section, worried about the reach of social media and how Uson, a high-profile public official, was setting a bad example.
Kitocell-Q[R], a drug in the form of a gel that combines PFD 8% and M-DDO 0.016%, was obtained from Cell Pharma, SA de CV (Mexico City, Mexico) while Sufrexal[R] (2% KTS) was acquired from Janssen Pharmaceuticals (New Jersey, USA).
The HPA facility consists of two instruments: the HGD and PFD (Figure 1), which are isometric dynamometers designed and manufactured, respectively, for the best handgrip and pinch force application, with connection cables and terminal connectors to the interface box (IBOX).
The regular monthly dividend rate for PFD will be USD 0.082 per share, which equates to an annual dividend of USD 0.984 per share.
Today's inflatable PFD designs are a major improvement, and there are also conventional models in fishing-friendly styles.
LASER TATTOO REMOVAL with use of a perfluorodecalin (PFD)--infused patch allowed significantly more passes during a 5-minute treatment session, in a randomized trial.