PIL


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PIL

Procedure Implementation Language.

A subsystem of DOCUS.

[Sammet 1969, p.678].

PIL

(Publishing Interchange Language) A standard for document interchange that defines the placement of text and graphics objects on the page. It does not address the content of the objects.
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In fact, one of our designers was the recipient of their scholarship," said Patsy Linares, president of PIL Creative Group.
The PIL also claimed that this expenditure was made without informing the Parliament and the CAG has never adduced any audit report on how these funds were used while the money was used to wage a war against the country.
We showed that all mothers from HC group survived to the age of more than five days postpartum whereas average age from PIL group was only 1.
It should not be a bad idea if it is made mandatory that everybody who files such PILs, intended to stop developmental activity, disclose as a part of mandatory disclosure what their funding sources are," he said.
If we can better understand how the PIL dissolves the lignin, we can make the process even more efficient by using less energy while extracting more lignin," Achinivu says.
Without naming anyone, the PIL has alleged that powerful politicians were diverting water to Pune district which is also the Pawar family's bastion.
The area of PIL rules to be studied is--mainly--that of torts, with special attention given to issues of negligence, omission, duty of care and complicity.
Only a medical prescriber or dispenser may utilize the PIL and may only access it for a patient's medical treatment.
2) Through PIL, the Court has actively addressed issues of public concern and prodded the other branches of government into fulfilling their legal obligations.
Major did not affect PIL scores, but nontraditional status lead to higher scores.
They intend to use the PIL in a discussion that will drive toward an agreed-upon model framework.
The PIL may seem an unfortunate acronym for an endeavor to more fruitfully plug together unlike production systems.