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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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Becoming a Dragon: Forty Chinese Proverbs for Lifelong Learning and Classroom Study, English - Chinese
Urdu has a very rich and varied collection of proverbs and unlike English dictionaries Urdu proverbs are an integral part of Urdu dictionaries.
The raconteur uses this proverb to moreover echo Proverbs 15: 1 that reads, "A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger" (Mhinduro nyoro inopodza hasha, asi izwi rakaomarara rinovirutsa hasha).
The introduction, called "Mafoko a Pele", starts off with the following metaphoric explanation that resembles a story verbally delivered and that incorporates an extended proverb:
However, it was not long before she was mocked by social media users as no such Chinese proverb reportedly exists.
Her research addresses the ability to use manga art to represent the Kingdom's culture through its proverbs.
The Gandhara Hindko Academy, Peshawar, has published the Hindko language proverbs in dictionary form with features such as ready key and index.
This proverb 2B can be related to a famous Urdu proverb Oont ki pakar aur aurat kay maker se Allah bachaye, which means that one should be saved from the grip of camel (being envious and strong animal) and deception of woman.
There are many other versions of the proverb that is used in the UAE like: yet shou'a min 'il-yabel w gaalit zahzihi ya tiina, which is translated as "a mountain plant came from the (far) mountain and said go away (you) fig tree".
Do you know which proverb she's drawing in the video?
To analyze even a particularly well-known proverb, often used by common people, a proverb that can be considered even ordinary, being used in common conversation, it would require a round-table consultation in the presence of a psychologist, a profound philosopher, a literary critic, an accomplished linguist, a historian, and, why not, a priest.
Here are some proverbs from our Filipino culture on what character is all about, contained in the book Proverbs compiled and edited by Damiana Eugenio: