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- Patrol Boat, Rigid, a type of river patrol boat used by the US Navy during the Vietnam War
- Plastic baton round, a type of non-lethal projectile more commonly known as the plastic bullet
- Pabst Blue Ribbon, a brand of beer
- Professional Bull Riders, a sport, circuit, and company for bull riding
- : policy-based routing
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Found this morning: "PBR is the hipster analog to Juggalos and Faygo."
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The Treasury must be aware that, in these dire circumstances, the first priority of the PBR is to reassure investors that, even though the borrowing looks shocking now, steps will be taken that will restore fiscal rectitude and ensure the country remains fiscally solvent.
All vessels with the designation PBR [Patrol Boat, River] during their entire tour [Also called River Patrol Boats as part of the Mobile Riverine Forces operating on inland waterways and featured in the Vietnam film "Apocalypse Now"]
I’ve always felt as if PBR is a bit overrated, however. levitra Says:
Of course, Darling's big forecasting error in the PBR was his claim that the UK economy would start recovering by the third quarter of this year.
Exhausted, Labour is bereft of originality; the PBR is a case in point.
The PBR was a fairytale of healthy projections, and government parsimony – a document written to reassure our international creditors.
If he doesn't (i) and he doesn't (ii), he will bring Cameron crashing down with him if Brown does what I believe he is now in poll position to do post-PBR, which is to call a January 2009 General Election.
Everyone knows the business secretary privately thinks the PBR is a failure, Cameron points out.