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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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Since the days of Teddy Roosevelt, PARD, An Association of Independent Community Pharmacies has been serving as the voice of the independent pharmacy in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Pard agrees with Bishop Henry that ordained priests should be allowed to get married.
The results of Table II suggest the possibility of a cointegrating relationship between PBR, FBR, PARD, GS and NGS.
Since 2003, PARD has delivered more than pounds 50 million of bottomline value across 500 companies within the West Midlands.
PARD is thought to have safeguarded thousands of jobs in the supply chain network through the development of almost 200 new products or processes.
Before PARD it might have been difficult to guarantee that those suppliers would be available to us within the UK.
makes a market in CELG, VVUS, and PARD and as such buys and sells from customers on a principal basis.
To date, PARD has safeguarded more than 4,000 jobs in the supply chain through the development of almost 200 new products or processes.
Left to right: Nick Paul, chairman of AWM' MarkHemmings, Stadco plant director' and Richard Hewitt, Pard project manager at the Stadco plant
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.
When I saw Pard I saw a programme actually delivering what I have long hoped to see.
The company's initial product, PARxD IV (pronounced pard i-v) is a robotic technology that can prepare 300 syringe-based dosages per hour with a level of accuracy greater than that which can be achieved manually.
Working with the Pard programme it has been able to simplify this difficult part of their production process.
The company's initial product, the PARxD IV (pronounced pard i-v) is a robotic technology that can prepare a high number of syringe-based dosages per hour with a level of accuracy that is greater than that which can be achieved manually.
The ST/Liberate cable offering will be used in the first set-top that GNI delivers to the Chinese cable market - the GNI PARD MJD10-50H.