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pard

n. partner; friend. (From pardner. Also a term of address.) Come on, pard, let’s go find some action.
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Later, the chief guest, Javed Iqbal Khattak and Additional Director (Training) PARD, Nazneen given away certificates to the participants.
Paul's Elders Council, Pard began volunteering with the church when she was 16 years old.
Because of funding limitations, participation and follow-up in PARD is limited to children covered by MediCal or whose parents meet income eligibility for the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDPP).
When the terms in PARD are deleted from the equation in Table II, the coefficients on the lagged levels of GS and NGS become positive; significantly so in the case of the latter.
Only eight killers of rural activists have been convicted in the past twenty-seven years; not a single pistoleiro has even been tried for the murders of the 173 activists in Pard.
Teams at PARD have so far equipped more than 400 companies with the skills, services, processes and products needed to compete at the top level.
Design engineer, Pard Bagdi, aged 32, from Streetly, said: "I started queuing at 2pm and have brought a hoodie and some deodorant with me.
More than 500 suppliers worked with WMG and its partners Jaguar and Land Rover on PARD to discover the strengths they needed to win contracts with big multinationals.
In our view, PARD shares represent the rare combination of 1) a wholly owned, late-stage asset, 2) a development program with a high likelihood of clinical success, 3) a product with a unique profile representing blockbuster potential and 4) a valuation that allows for significant upside potential.
The event was attended among others by Director General PARD Nighat Mehroze, DG PID Abdul Majeed khan Niazi, officers and officials of the PID and Provincial Information Department, representatives of the national, regional newspapers and electronic media.
WMG at the University of Warwick, a world-class centre for imagination, innovation, cutting edge facilities and unparalleled expertise, runs the PARD (Premium Automotive Research and Development) Programme, targeted at developing state-of-the-art technologies and working practices within the regional automotive industry, enabling it to compete on a global level.
Teams at PARD have been able to equip more than 400 companies with the skills, services, processes and products needed to compete at the very top and long into the future.
PARD headquarters' project administration unit (PAU) will be the focal point for the R-CDTA, working closely with OSP2, OGC, CTLA, SPD, PARD resident mission PAUs, and executing and implementing agencies in the Pacific.
Working with the Pard programme it has been able to simplify this difficult part of their production process.
Additionally, the PARD enables each transmitter's output to be independently placed in a tri-state (high-impedance) mode enabling it to switch-over to a secondary redundant "master" module in another chassis located on the same ARINC bus.