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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.

Pr

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

PR

see PUBLIC RELATIONS.
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This proverb brings to the fore important aspects of obligations and accountability into political institutions.
The proverb asserts that eero (the sitting room) is a preserve of abagaka (adult men).
Another common proverb with a similar meaning is: 'il-beit beit 'ubuuna win-nas dharuuna, which is translated as: "the house is our father's and other people kicked us out of it.
Did you know that there are about 250,000 proverbs in the German language, and that each proverb averages seven words?
In the same vein, when thinking about the famous Romanian proverb "Cine nu are batrani sa si-i cumpere"/ "he who does not have elders, shall better buy one", we should consider the experience of an elderly man that would also be extremely useful.
8220;But you can avoid the unnecessary situations that bring pain, regret and despair by practicing the proverbs in this book.
Furthermore, Salviati intervened with a precise correction: after having crossed out the proverb A can che lecchi cenere non gli fidar farina on page 7 with the note ha a ire al C--Can [It needs to go under C--Dog], he wrote down a variant at the end of group C: Can che lecchi cenere non gli fidar farina.
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 origins of the proverb lie in the Old Testament.
The proverb "It is winter when it snows on little hills, it is better when you realize what is going on around you" (alcacik daglara kar yagsa kic degil mi, kici kendi halini bilse hoc degil mi), which is in the category of emotional awareness, comprises two propositions.
Socio-cultural values: The proverb is used when advising the youth about their duties.
The sentiment expressed here is also in the proverb "The arts will break your body," warning aficionados not to go overboard and injure themselves.