from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. payroll
- abbr. proportional representation
- abbr. public relations
- abbr. Puerto Rico
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Puerto Rico.
- abbr. Paraná, a state of Brazil.
- abbr. Puerto Rico, a territory of the United States of America
- public relations
- proportional representation
- permanent residence
- police report
- personal representative
- personal recognizance (bond)
- Port Republic, New Jersey
- personal record (in sports)
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Niche domain pr 3 - hundreds backlinks (include google backlinks) want to sell: hellokittyfanok. info valid PR 3 1 years 1 months 29 days
Please remember, I will exchange link only same PR or +PR link.
_; notice how it goes; the first generation ends with PR; the second generation starts with _PR_, adds _PR__2_, and ends with _PR + PR__2_; the third generation starts with _PR + PR__2_, adds _PR__3_ and ends with _PR
I use the phrase "PR trail" loosely, since Von Trier's crippling fear of air travel has long forced his press engagements to come to him.
Wow, the news just reported that they voting turn out in PR is typically about 80%, but today only about 20% turned out to vote.
LOL You Hillabots crowing about a trouncing must not know PR s History NOR the fact that winning in PR is about as meaningless as any win can be.
The first province that brings in PR is going to be the make-or-break showroom floor model for the whole country.
The term PR has been coined to get validity and to give the impression that it was formed by the people.
Notice the date (the Virgin Media PR is a bit suspect: -).
A major reason that the Clintons are liked in PR, which is seldom discussed, was the 1999 pardon of the Puerto Rican FALN terrorists.