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  • One reason to be concerned about the PRCs huge purchases of dollar denominated assets is that it would be very disruptive for them to dump them on the market.

    Matthew Yglesias » Money for Nothing and Yuan Appreciation for Free

  • An important aspect of the work done by the PRCs lies in the concept of "community-based participatory research."

    HuffPost's Greatest Person Of The Day: Dr. Alwyn Cohall, Harlem Health Advocate

  • AC: The Harlem Health Promotion Center is one of a network of 37 Prevention Research Centers PRCs, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and funded by Congress to address issues related to health disparities in communities throughout the United States.

    HuffPost's Greatest Person Of The Day: Dr. Alwyn Cohall, Harlem Health Advocate

  • Upon electing Chen Shui-bian of the Democratic Progressive Party, the people told China that they had given up hope in the idea of complete self-determination of peoples and succumbed to the PRCs constant threat.

    Not only are they better capitalists, but better peacemakers too? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Lenovo, for example, bought IBM's PC division, hoping to kill two birds with one stone by leveraging the PRCs low-cost manufacturing base while increasing penetration of value-added personal PCs (Think Pad) in the West.

    Tom Doctoroff: Chinese Global Brands: A Long Road to Rome

  • I mean all local people who know Taiwan only from TV and imperialistic bullshit of Chinazis and their friends inside of CCP. so around 99% of PRCs population.

    Charter 08 and Taiwan

  • When the new Toyota Daily Ordering System TDOS is combined with the relocation of the PRC for Japanese-sourced parts from Japan to Ontario, California, in October 1996 and the replenishment time to the PDCs from the PRCs is reduced from forty to seven days, it will be possible to dramatically reduce the stocks in the PDCs by eliminating the reserve stocks, as shown in Figure 4.3.

    Lean Thinking

  • For instance, the PRCs were set up as separate entities from the Congresses; they were meticulous in keeping detailed accounts as Gandhiji was.

    INDIAN PASSIVE RESISTANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1946-1948*

  • Many of them volunteered, at great personal sacrifice, to man the offices of the Congresses and PRCs, and to work in the various departments responsible for recruitment and training of volunteers, fund - raising, publicity, assistance to dependents etc. The organisational ability demonstrated by the Indians impressed African leaders.

    INDIAN PASSIVE RESISTANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1946-1948*

  • PRCs involve community members, academic researchers, and public health agencies in finding innovative ways to promote health and prevent disease.

    Newswise: Latest News

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  • PRCs popped up in the news in an article about how landlords in Singapore don't rent to Indian or Chinese tenants.

    PRCs refers to people from Peoples Republic of China

    May 2, 2014