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

PR

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

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

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see PUBLIC RELATIONS.
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Beside the contrast that creates laughter in this proverb, there is also the mechanism of degradation, a process of laughter that buckle down to express honestly a dishonest idea, to ship in shocking situation, to be involved in an occupation and describe it in respectable terms.
That's why he wrote a book called, “Practical Proverbs for Everyday Living,” which was recently released by Halo Publishing International.
Williams 1914; Cavill 1993, 1999; Deskis 1996, 2005, 2013; Shippey 1977, 1978; Thayer 2003; Kramer 2010; O'Camb 2013), this proverb has enjoyed considerable scholarly attention.
The next day each group taught the Swahili proverb to the class through asking the class to repeat the proverb.
The origins of the proverb lie in the Old Testament.
There is a proverb saying the water is running and the Kyrgyz is watching it.
As Qjaide further informs, "the proverb, a traditional speech trope, validates what the writer aims at conveying" (Ojaide 2009: 9).
For instance, a proverb that will be used when a lazy child is being advised will be different from when a hardworking child is being praised.
In addition to the commentary itself, there are introductory essays on reading Proverbs as a collection, reading an ancient proverb itself, the dating and social setting for the Proverb collection, and concluding essays on the growth of wisdom, ethics, revelation, and knowledge.
By Yasmine Abu TarboushUm Mohammad is a walking proverb encyclopedia.
This German proverb brings to mind the truth espoused by Hitler's propagandist Goebbels and adopted by politicians and spin doctors ever since: repeat something often enough, and people will eventually believe it.
Anand Prahlad--who was born Dennis W Folly and today goes simply by Prahlad--is a master teacher of the proverb and of the fields of study with which proverbs are associated, including folklore, poetry, and narrative.