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Plymouth Plymouth is a city of 243,795 inhabitants (2001 census) in the southwest of England, or alternatively the Westcountry, and is situated within the traditional county of Devon. It is located at the mouths of the rivers Plym and Tamar and at the head of one of the world's largest and most spectacular natural harbours, the Plymouth Sound.
Plymouth Acclaim The Plymouth Acclaim was a mid-size sedan produced from the 1989 to 1995 model years. The Acclaim was first introduced by Plymouth as the successor to the discontinued, but similarly-sized extended-K CaravelleChrysler Corporation Master Technician Service Conference book "New Model Service Highlights '89" p.
Plymouth Adventure Plymouth Adventure is a motion picture drama released in 1952. It was directed by Clarence Brown and starred Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney, Van Johnson, Leo Genn, Barry Jones, Dawn Addams, Lloyd Bridges and Noel Drayton.
Plymouth Breeze The Plymouth Breeze was a mid-sized 4-door sedan that was introduced in 1996 as a companion to the Chrysler Cirrus and the Dodge Stratus, which were released in 1995. The Breeze was based on the Chrysler JA platform.
Plymouth Citybus Plymouth Citybus is one of four bus operators serving the City of Plymouth and the surrounding area. Plymouth CityBus' route network serves almost exclusively the boroughs and inner-city areas of Plymouth, with the majority of rural services handled by First Devon and Cornwall.
Plymouth College of Art and Design Plymouth College of Art and Design was originally founded as an Art School in the 19th century and is now one of only four remaining specialist art colleges in the UK. As a main provider of vocational art and design education in the region, the College offers a wide variety of vocationally-based programmes in art, design, crafts and media, from introductory to degree level, full-time and part-time, serving the needs of the Creative Industries sector.
Plymouth Company The Plymouth Company (also called the Virginia Company of Plymouth or simply Virginia Bay Company) was an English joint stock company founded in 1606 by James I of England with the purpose of establishing settlements on the coast of North America.
Plymouth Council for New England The Plymouth Council for New England was the name of a 17th century English joint stock company that was granted a royal charter to found colonial settlements along the coast of North America. The council surrendered its charter to the crown in 1635 and ceased to exist as a corporate entity.
Plymouth Cricket The Plymouth Cricket was a subcompact automobile sold by the Plymouth division of Chrysler Corporation in the American market from 1971 to 1973. The car was a captive import, a rebadged version of the British Hillman Avenger, built by Chrysler's UK subsidiary (formerly the Rootes Group).
Plymouth Expresso The Plymouth Expresso was a 1994 compact concept car by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation. It's toy-like appearance (seen on rear-view mirors, hubcaps, windows, and overall design) may be one of the reasons why it never went into production.
Plymouth Fury The Plymouth Fury was an automobile made by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1956 to 1978. Introduced as a premium-priced halo model (a production automobile designed to showcase the talents and resources of an automotive company, with the intent to draw consumers into their showrooms), the Fury was sold only as an off-white hardtop coupĂ© with gold anodized aluminum trim in 1956, 1957 and 1958.
Plymouth Gin Plymouth Gin is a brand of Gin made in Plymouth, United Kingdom. The Plymouth Gin Distillery is located in what was once a monastery built in 1431 by the Black Friars and it has been in operation since 1793, making it England's oldest distiller.
Plymouth Hoe Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large public space in the English port city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to the seafront and commands magnificent views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall.
Plymouth Howler The Plymouth Howler is a convertible, roadster concept car developed and built by Plymouth and presented at the SEMA show in 1999. It is essentially a Prowler with a redesign that addressed some of the complaints Prowler owners had.
Plymouth Locomotive Works Plymouth Locomotive Works was a builder of small railroad locomotives. Until 1999, all Plymouth locomotives were built in a plant in Plymouth, Ohio; in that year the company was purchased by Ohio Locomotive Crane and production moved to Bucyrus, Ohio.
Plymouth Millbay railway station The South Devon Railway originally planned to bring its railway from Exeter to the Eldad area of Plymouth, on a hill above Stonehouse Creek. In the event, it was redesigned to terminate at a station between Union Street and the new Plymouth Great Western Docks that were planned in Millbay itself.
Plymouth Moor View (UK Parliament constituency) Plymouth, Moor View will be a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It will elect one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
Plymouth Pavilions The Pavilions, located in the centre of Plymouth is South West England's leading entertainment and sports complex. As well as an ice rink, it also boasts a swimming pool, and several restaurants and an events arena.
Plymouth Pinelands The greater Plymouth area hosts some of the most significant natural ecosystems in the Northeastern United States. Outwash from the last of numerous glacial periods left thick glacial deposits of sand and gravel, providing the geologic foundation for globally rare pine barrens.
Plymouth Prowler The Plymouth Prowler was a "retro"-styled production car, with the body produced in Shadyside, Ohio, USA from 1997 until 2002. It featured a powertrain lifted from Chrysler's LH-cars, with a 253 hp 3.
Plymouth Regional High School Plymouth Regional High School (PRHS) is a public secondary school in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Surrounding towns that attend PRHS are Ashland, Holderness, Campton, Rumney, Wentworth, Warren, Ellsworth, Waterville Valley and Thornton.
Plymouth Reliant The Plymouth Reliant was one of the first two so-called "K-cars" (the other being the Dodge Aries) the Chrysler Corporation introduced for the 1981 model year. The Reliant replaced the Plymouth Volare, which was the short-lived successor automobile to the highly regarded Plymouth Valiant.
Plymouth Road Runner The Plymouth Road Runner was the no-frills muscle car version of intermediate Belvedere, Satellite, 1975 Fury and 1976-80 Volare compact coupes built by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation in the United States between 1968 and 1980. In 1968, the original batch of muscle cars were in the opinion of many moving away from their roots as relatively cheap fast cars as they gained more and more options.
Plymouth Rock Plymouth Rock is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony, in what would become the United States. There is no contemporary reference to it, and it is not referred to in Bradford's journal Of Plymouth Plantation or in Mourt's Relation.
Plymouth Satellite The Plymouth Satellite was an automobile introduced in 1965 as the top model in Plymouth's mid-size Belvedere line. The Satellite remained the top of the line model until the 1967 model year, where it became the mid-cost model with the GTX taking its place as the top model.
Plymouth Sundance The Plymouth Sundance was a compact car produced from 1987 to 1994. It was designed to compete with upmarket compacts such as the Geo Prizm, Ford Escort and the Honda Civic after the life of the Horizon was to be extended.
Plymouth Superbird The Plymouth Road Runner Superbird was a sister design to the Dodge Charger Daytona, an automobile that existed for two reasons - to beat the Ford Torino and win at NASCAR, an American stock car racing series. It was also created to get Richard Petty back to Plymouth in NASCAR.
Plymouth Sutton and Devonport (UK Parliament constituency) Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport is to be a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It will elect one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
Plymouth Valiant The Plymouth Valiant was an automobile manufactured by the Plymouth division of Chrysler Corporation in the United States from 1960 to 1976. It was created to give the company an entry in the compact car market which was emerging in the late 1950s.
Plymouth X2S The Plymouth X2S is the concept vehicle for the original Diamond Star Motors triplet vehicles, the Eagle Talon, Plymouth Laser and Mitsubishi Eclipse. It is nearly identical to the 1st generation DSMs, except for a dual exhaust which exits out the rear bumper, and more aggressive-looking body panels.
Plymouth-Banjul Challenge The Plymouth-Banjul Challenge or unofficially the Ultimate Banger Challenge and previously known as the Plymouth-Dakar Challenge, is an annual car rally for charity. It was first run in 2003 to Dakar and since 2005 to Banjul.
Plymouth, Devonport and South Western Junction Railway The Plymouth, Devonport and South Western Junction Railway (1890-1966 (part)) in England was built by an independent company but operated by the London and South Western Railway as part of its main line to give it independent access to Plymouth. A branch from Bere Alston to Callington was opened 1908 using the newly built Bere Alston and Calstock Light Railway and the re-gauged East Cornwall Mineral Railway ; section to Gunnislake still operating.
Plymouth, Florida Plymouth is a part of Apopka in Orange County, Florida, northwest of downtown along US 441 (SR 500) (Orange Blossom Trail), at the intersection with Plymouth-Sorrento Road. It is the headquarters for the Pinsly Railroad Company's Florida operations, being on the Florida Central Railroad.
Plymouth, New Hampshire Plymouth is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, in the White Mountains Region. Plymouth is located at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers, both of which are components of the Merrimack River watershed.
Plymouth, Pennsylvania Plymouth is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, 4 miles (6 km) west of Wilkes Barre, on the Susquehanna River. It was settled in 1768 by the Susquehanna Company and was claimed by Connecticut based on the charter of that colony.
Plymouth, Pictou County, Nova Scotia Plymouth is a small Canadian rural community in Pictou County, Nova Scotia located approximately 3 km south of the town of New Glasgow. It stretches along Nova Scotia Highway 348 situated on the east bank of the East River of Pictou, opposite the town of Stellarton.
Plympton Plympton, or Plympton Erle, in south-western Devon, England is an ancient stannary town: an important trading centre in the past for locally mined tin, and a former seaport (before the River Plym silted up and trade moved down the river to Plymouth). Today it is a populous, significantly wealthy north-eastern suburb of the city of Plymouth of which it officially became part, along with Plymstock, in 1967.
Plymstock Plymstock is a parish and a suburb of Plymouth, England. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon for 'holy place on the river Plym', with the river Plym in turn being named after the neighbouring town of Plympton.
Plyometrics Plyometrics is a type of exercise that uses explosive movements to develop muscular power, the ability to generate a large amount of force quickly. It may be used, for example, to improve the effectiveness of a boxer's punch, or to quicken the throwing ability of a baseball pitcher.
Plyos Plyos () is a town in and the administrative center of Privolzhsky District of Ivanovo Oblast, Russia, situated on the right bank of the Volga River some 70Â km northeast of Ivanovo. The town was founded in 1410 by Vasili I as a border post of Muscovy.
Plyushkin Plyushkin (ĐźĐ»ŃŽĚŃĐşĐ¸Đ˝) was a character in the Nikolai Gogol's novel Dead Souls. He was a landowner who obsessively collected and saved everything he came across, to the point that when he wants to celebrate a deal with the protagonist, he orders one of his serfs to find a cake that a visitor brought several years ago, scrape off the mold, and bring it to them.
Plywood saw A plywood saw has a fine-toothed blade that minimizes tearing of the outer plies of a sheet of plywood. An extra set of teeth on the curved upper edge of the blade allows starting of a cut on the inside of a panel (away from the edge) without having to drill a starting hole.
PL/I PL/I ("Programming Language One", (IPA pronunciation: ) is an imperative computer programming language designed for scientific, engineering, and business applications. It is undoubtedly one of the most feature-rich programming languages that has ever been created and was one of the very first in the highly-feature-rich category.
PL/M The PL/M programming language (an acronym of Programming Language for Microcomputers) is a high-level language developed by MAA (later Digital Research) in 1972 on behalf of Intel for its microprocessors. PL/M is no longer supported by Intel, but aftermarket tools like PL/M-to-C translators exist (for examples, see External links, below).
PL/P The PL/P programming language (an acronym of Programming Language for Prime (computers)) is a medium-level language developed by Prime Computer to serve as their second primary operating system programming language after Fortran IV.
PL/SQL PL/SQL (Procedural Language/Structured Query Language) is Oracle Corporation's proprietary server-based procedural extension to the SQL database language. (Some other SQL database management systems offer languages similar to PL/SQL.
PLANET-C PLANET-C, also known as Venus Climate Orbiter (VCO), is a planned Japanese unmanned spacecraft to explore Venus. It is currently planned for launch in May 2010, with arrival in December 2010 for a mission of two years or more.
PLANSEE The PLANSEE Group is a manufacturer of powder metallurgical products based in Reutte, Tirol, Austria. The factory was situated in the current place becasue of its proximity to Plansee, from which cheap hydroelectrity could be obtained, which was important in many of the processes used.
PLATO PLATO was one of the first generalized Computer assisted instruction systems, originally built by the University of Illinois (U of I) and later taken over by Control Data Corporation (CDC), who provided the machines it ran on. PLATO ran for many years at the U of I, but CDC President William Norris' plans to make it a major force in the computing world and a keystone of corporate social responsibility failed.
PLATO (computational chemistry) PLATO (Package for Linear-combination of ATomic Orbitals) is a suite of programs designed and written by Andrew Horsfield and Steven Kenny. Capabilities of the program include a tight-binding algorithm, and a self-consistent field method using either a local density approximation or generalized gradient approximation functionals.
PLAZM In 1991, a collective of designers, writers, and others in Portland, Oregon, USA, created PLAZM magazine. Plazm Media went on to become an influential and award-winning design firm, font foundry, and publisher.
PLD Linux Distribution PLD is a free RPM-based Linux distribution which is aimed at the more advanced users and administrators who accept the tradeoffs of using a system that might require manual tweaking in exchange for significant flexibility.
PLDI Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI) is the name of the ACM SIGPLAN's most important conference. The precursor of PLDI was the Symposium on Compiler Optimization, held July 27-28, 1970 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and chaired by Robert S.
PLM College of Accountancy & Economics The College of Accountancy and Economics of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University. The College were once two individual departments under the former College of Business and Public Administration.
PLM College of Architecture & Urban Planning The College of Architecture and Urban Planning of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University. The College used to be part of the College of Engineering and Technology until it was granted approval to function as a separate college on June 2001, with Architect Wilfredo Gacutan as its Dean, and Architect Gil Evasco as Secretary.
PLM College of Liberal Arts The College of Liberal Arts of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University. The College was once part of the former College of Arts and Sciences until the latter was dissected into several other colleges on January 31, 2003.
PLM College of Management & Entrepreneurship The College of Management and Entrepreneurship of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University. The College used to be part of the former College of Business and Public Administration.
PLM College of Medicine The College of Medicine of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, which is situated at the Gusaling Ramon Bagatsing (formerly known as the Gusaling Maynilad), is one of the two Professional schools of the University and is one of the top three schools of medicine in the Philippines. For the record, the College is one of the few medical schools in the country that has achieved a 100-percent passing rate in the history of medical board examinations.
PLM College of Nursing The College of Nursing of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the top five schools of nursing in the Philippines. Every year, the College admits students from a selected group taken from among the top graduating high school students in the City of Manila and other parts of the country.
PLM College of Physical Therapy The College of Physical Therapy of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University, and it is one of the two top schools of physical therapy in the Philippines.
PLM College of Science The College of Science of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the twelve colleges of the Undergraduate schools of the University. The College was once part of the former College of Arts and Sciences until it separated on January 31, 2003.
PLM College of Tourism, Hotel and Travel Industry Management The College of Tourism, Hotel and Travel Industry Management of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila was conceived on June 2001. In its first few years of existence, the College was temporarily housed under the former College of Arts and Sciences until it has formally become a fully-functioning college.
PLM Graduate School of Arts, Sciences and Education The Graduate School of Arts, Sciences & Education of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the nine Graduate schools of the University. The Graduate school offers the most number of degree programs among all graduate schools of PLM.
PLM Graduate School of Health Sciences The Graduate School of Health Sciences of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila is one of the nine Graduate schools of the University. The Graduate School presently offers one degree program, which is community-oriented.
PLM Mabuhay Integrated Learning Center The Mabuhay Integrated Learning Center of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila was established on July 29, 2002. The Center provides a free preparatory academic program for all three- to five-year old children and relatives of the PLM employees.
PLM President Ramon Magsaysay School of Public Governance In pursuant of the Board Resolution No. 2522, the President Ramon Magsaysay School of Public Governance of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, one of the nine Graduate schools of the University, was founded on September 27, 2002 in honor of the late President's legacy of public service based on high ethical standards and advocacy of social justice.
PLoS Biology PLoS Biology is a scientific journal covering the full spectrum of the biological sciences it began operation on October 13, 2003. It was the first journal of the Public Library of Science (PLoS) a non-profit organization which releases scientific content under open access terms.
PLoS Computational Biology PLoS Computational Biology is an open-access computational biology journal published by the nonprofit organization Public Library of Science in association with the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).
PLoS Medicine PLoS Medicine is a scientific journal covering the full spectrum of the medical sciences it began operation on October 19, 2004. It was the second journal of the Public Library of Science (PLoS) a non-profit organization which releases scientific content under open access terms.
PLoS ONE PLoS ONE (ISSN 1817-101X) is an open access online scientific journal from the Public Library of Science covering primary research from any discipline within science and medicine, thus facilitating the discovery of connections between papers both within or between subject areas.
PLOKTA The term PLOKTA (sometimes rendered in lowercase, plokta) /plok't*/ is an acronym for Press Lots Of Keys To Abort, and essentially means pressing random keys in an attempt to get some response from a (computer) system. PLOKTA may be said to be onomatopoeic.
PLOrk The Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk) is a Princeton University ensemble of computer based meta-instruments. It is the first ensemble of its kind in the history of computer music, both in scale and in approach.
PLS (file format) PLS is a computer file format that stores multimedia playlists. It is a more expressive format than basic M3U, as it can store (cache) information on the song title and length -- extended M3U supports this, too.
PLume Plume is an electronic/punk band formed by Lucas and Catherine Tizon, and originally based in London. Their collaboration was the result of Lucas' love of industrial sound, sound-engineering and his eclectic production technique.
PLUR PLUR is an acronym that stands for "Peace, Love, Unity, Respect", a credo of the rave culture. Many in the rave scene have heard this term at sometime or another, although its common usage is relatively recent.
PLUS PLUS (also known as Visa PLUS) is an interbank network that covers all VISA credit, debit, and prepaid cards, as well as ATM cards issued by various banks worldwide. Currently, there are one million PLUS-linked ATMs in 160 countries worldwide.
PLUS loan PLUS Loans are loans offered to parents of students enrolled at least half time in eligible programs at participating and eligible postsecondary institutions. As of July 1, 2006 PLUS loans are also available to graduate and professional students at participating and eligible postsecondary institutions.
PLUS Markets Group The PLUS Markets Group (previously known as Ofex) is an unregulated over-the-counter market in United Kingdom stock shares which specialises in small companies. Companies get listed on the exchange in hopes of moving to the bigger London Stock Exchange in the future.
PLVI A peak land value intersection is the region within a settlement with the greatest land value and commerce. As such, it is usually located in the central business district of a town or city, and has the greatest density of transport links such as roads and rail.
PLWM In Unix computing, PLWM (The Pointless Window Manager) is a Python package, containing classes suitable for implementing an X window manager, and also a window manager created using the PLWM package. Its internal structure is highly modularized, and can be fully customized and scripted with configuration files written in the implementation language, in a manner similar to Emacs, in order to change everything from keybindings to window management policies.
PĹŤhutukawa The PĹŤhutukawa (Metrosideros excelsa, synonym Metrosideros tomentosa) is a coastal evergreen tree of the myrtle family that produces a brilliant display of red flowers made up of a mass of stamens. The PĹŤhutukawa is one of twelve Metrosideros species endemic to New Zealand.
PĹŤtatau Te Wherowhero PĹŤtatau I, MÄori King (PĹŤtatau Te Wherowhero) (circa 1800 â€“ June 25, 1860) was a MÄori warrior, leader of the Waikato tribes, the first MÄori King and founder of the Te Wherowhero royal dynasty. He was first known as simply Te Wherowhero and later took the name PĹŤtatau, becoming known as PĹŤtatau I after he became king.
PĹ‚ock PĹ‚ock () is a city in central Poland, on Vistula river, with 131,011 inhabitants. It is situated in the Masovian Voivodeship (since 1999), having previously been the capital of the PĹ‚ock Voivodeship (1975-1998).
PĹ‚ock County PĹ‚ock County () is a powiat (county) located about 100 km north-west of Warsaw , in Mazowsze Voivodship. The county seat is the town of PĹ‚ock and the powiat includes the area around it, but not the city itself which forms its own separate urban powiat.
PĹ‚ock Voivodeship PĹ‚ock Voivodeship (Polish: wojewĂłdztwo pĹ‚ockie) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland from 1975 to 1998 and earlier from the 15th century till 1795. The more recent one was superseded by ĹĂłdĹş Voivodeship and Masovian Voivodeship.
PĹ‚owce Plowce is a small village in the Kuyavia region of Poland. It is best known for the battle of Plowce that took place on September 27th, 1331 between the kingdom of Poland lead by Wladyslaw Lokietek and the Teutonic Knights.
PĹ™Ăbram PĹ™Ăbram (pronunciation: ; , earlier Freiberg in BĂ¶hmen) is a city in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic with a population of 35,147. The city is located in the Brdy foothills 60 kilometers south-west of Prague, the capital city of the state.
PĹ™emysl Sobotka Mr. PĹ™emysl Sobotka (born May 18, 1944, MladĂˇ Boleslav) is a Czech Republic politician, as President of the Senate of the Czech Republic (since 2004) is ceremonialy the second highest representant of the country.
PĹ™emysl, the Ploughman The Czechs name PĹ™emysl, the Ploughman (Premysl or Przemysl; in Czech PĹ™emysl OrĂˇÄŤ) as the mythical ancestor of PĹ™emyslid dynasty, containing the line of princes (dukes) and kings which ruled in the Czech lands from 873 or earlier until the murder of Wenceslaus III in 1306.
Pmhub PMHUB is a free (not for profit) virtual community of professional project managers, who recognise the Project Management Institute's PMBOK project management standard. Whilst a number of the members have already earned their PMPÂ® (Project Management Professional) certification, the majority of the community is comprised of those who aspire to become PMP or CAPM-certified.
PM (Radio 4) PM is an early evening ("PM at five PM") news magazine programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It airs for one hour on weekdays, usually presented by Eddie Mair, and thirty minutes on Saturdays, presented by Carolyn Quinn.
PM Declaration of Interdependence The PM Declaration of interdependence is a set of six management principles initially intended for project managers of Agile Software Development projects. Later on, the name was changed to "The declaration of interdependence for modern management", as it was realized that the principles might be applicable to other management situations.
PM Magazine The Evening/PM Magazine format was created as a locally-produced light news, entertainment, and informational show, and was syndicated to local stations throughout the United States. In most markets, Evening/PM Magazine aired from the late 1970s into the late 1980s.
PM-60 mine The PM-60 or K-1 is a German round plastic cased minimum metal anti-tank blast mine. The case of the mine consists of two halves joined together by sixteen plastic nuts, giving the mine a distinctive appearance.
PM-79 mine The PM-79 is a small circular Bulgarian blast resistant anti-personnel mine, superficially similar to the Russian PMN. The mine uses a unique trigger design; on the top of the mine, beneath a thin rubber cover is a dish shaped pressure plate.
PM&R Residency Programs in the United States Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Programs in the United States train physicians to become independent practitioners in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation or physiatry. As of January 2007, there are 78 accredited PM&R residency programs in the United States.
PM3 (chemistry) PM3, or Parameterized Model number 3, is a semi-empirical method for the quantum calculation of molecular electronic structure in computational chemistry. It is based on the Neglect of Differential Diatomic Overlap integral approximation.
PMC Top10 The Pod Music Countdown is a music program that is broadcast over the internet as a podcast. It is hosted by Chris Doelle (aka C-Dogg) and is a weekly countdown show featuring the top podsafe tunes being spun by podcasters all over the globe.
PMD series mines The PMD-6, PMD-7 and PMD-57 series mines are Russian blast type anti-personnel mines that consist of a wooden box with a hinged lid with a slot cut into it. The slot presses down against a retaining pin, which holds back the striker.