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PAX

Passengers, occupants, or guests. Used within the travel, transport, and hospitality industries. Not always capitalized. These private jets boast a 25 PAX capacity. The investigation found that the number of guests staying in the hotel well exceeded its maximum pax.

PAX

n. passenger(s). (Travel industry abbreviation.) How many PAX will that ship hold?
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AKADEMIK SERGEY VAVILOV (1989) Moscow Academy of Science, Russia, 6,231-grt, 383' x 59', 79 pax. (Chartered by Polar Schiffahrts Consulting.)
Tarea que ahora toca a las instituciones de cultura y educacion de la Ciudad de Mexico, dice Ruben Pax. La pregunta no es que se va a hacer con ese archivo, sino como se puede ayudar al autor para que obtenga una beca dedicada al rescate, conservacion, digitalizacion y promocion de su obra fotografica del Mexico de 60 anos a la fecha.
Under the deal, Impax acquired 100% of Pax at an initial valuation of USD 52.5m.
Pax World Funds' shareholders stand to benefit in significant ways from our increased scale, research and investment capabilities as we seek to deliver a more robust investment and distribution platform for the global market."
Pax, now 12, was known to staff as Pham Quang Sang when he lived at the Ho Chi Minh City orphanage.
The prison peace group was born out of a novel collaboration between inmates and members of Pax Christi Massachusetts.
"Witnessing consistent improvements in year-on-year PAX, ACM and cargo traffic figures, we are extremely pleased with QAIA's positive Q1 results, which indicate a trend of robust growth across the board," said Kjeld Binger, CEO of Airport International Group (AIG).
Pax Christi International is a global Catholic peace movement and network that works to help establish Peace, Respect for Human Rights, Justice and Reconciliation in areas of the world that are torn by conflict.
From the beginning of 2014 until October year-to-date (YTD), PAX rose by 10.6 per cent to reach 6,162,914 as opposed to 5,570,634 PAX during the same period in 2013.
The next war ended when one nation deployed a weapon so powerful that the most ruthless and aggressive nations trembled in fear that it might be deployed again, and thus began Pax Americana.
"The Republicans, a talkative lot, advocate 'less laws' and make taxpayers fund a couple of 'peace' wars (pay pack pax)--a toxic pox of a tax paid 'peace', say Democrats--while at the same time cutting taxes [for the rich].
While Invitrogen's technical data sheet mentions that there is no cross-reactivity with other PAX family of proteins, published data (2) suggest that peptide sequences 329 through 416 of mPAX-2 are homologous to hPAX-5.
This is the third new acquisition in Liverpool for up and coming entrepreneur Rob Preston and his Pax Leisure company.
"Pax Service: An Alternative To War" is a 43 minute DVD about how approximately 1200 young men, between 1951 and 1976, refused to join the American military because of their religious beliefs.
Planet Art Exchange (PAX) Convention is seeking short films of no more than seven minutes to screen during the festival period.