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PR

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PUERTO RICO.

PR

In numismatics, an abbreviation for proof. An equivalent abbreviation is PF.

Pr

Used on the consolidated tape to indicate preferred stock: GMPr 80 1/2 .

PR

see PUBLIC RELATIONS.
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Walter Thompson, the Rum Times series are a reflection of the quality, talent and creativeness of the Puerto Rico production business.
The most unfair law of all is the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, also known as the Jones Act, which requires that every product that enters or leaves Puerto Rico cars from Japan, engines from Germany, food from South America, medicine from Canada must be carried on a United States ship.
Thus, the "women" in Women, Creole Identity, and Intellectual Life in Early Twentieth-Century Puerto Rico form a very small and select group.
Puerto Rico health officials face a novel challenge: free-ranging rhesus monkeys in contact with a largely unaware public.
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Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon led the first recorded expeditions to areas that today are Puerto Rico and Florida.
Independence for Puerto Rico is a prerequisite for democracy and self-determination, not an end but a beginning.
This volume is preceded only by two monographs on the subject: Luis Zayas Micheli, Catolicismo popular en Puerto Rico (San Juan, 1990) and Angel Lopez Cantos, La religiosidad popular en Puerto Rico: Siglo XVIII (San Juan, 1993).
But American canceled 107 Caribbean flights and American Eagle dropped all 153 flights in and out of its Puerto Rico hub, Antigua, St.
Perhaps because so few people in Puerto Rico can identify trees by name, participation in the program has been limited largely to foresters.
This is a unique opportunity for Puerto Rico to showcase the island as one of the most important tourist destinations in the Caribbean," said Terestella Gonzalez Denton, Executive Director of the Tourism Company of Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico's rum industry provides more than 70 percent of the rum sold in the United States," said Jose Ramon Perez-Riera, Puerto Rico's Secretary of Economic Development and Commerce, which is the parent organization of Rums of Puerto Rico.

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