from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. private investigator
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- partial induction (see AI)
- politically incorrect (See PC)
- power integrity
- principal investigator (lead researcher on a grant-funded project)
- private investigator
- personal injury
- Prison Industries (The prison-run work program for inmates)
- the Philippines (PI standing for Philippine Islands)
- abbr. Piauí, a state of Brazil.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
For the purposes of this policy the term PI refers to the researcher with primary responsibility for directing the project whether or not the research is conducted under a research grant or contract.
Without the success stories out there, it really does seem like every other PI is a leering misogynist.
Of course the answer would be a resounding yes if the PI is their only source of information.
The normal ratio at the PI is around 36-3 on a weekly basis.
No crazy liberal rant about how the PI is a right wing outlet and this doesn't really matter?
After each stage, the PI is offered a deal and gets to decide whether the project can be pulled off on a shoestring or whether they should risk it all and go for "full" funding.
The lack of transparency by the LRO PI is very frustrating.
Interesting that my PI is included as an inventor on everything, despite contributing nothing, not even the funding.
Louis Kline, PI, is asked to track down the missing teenage daughter of an old friend.
Here in PI we design transparent showers for ‘love rooms’ which makes a more seductive and exciting feel for couples or lovers.
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