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Poxy Boggards The Poxy Boggards are a Pasadena-based folk band, founded in 1994 at the Southern CA Renaissance Pleasure Faire. Since this time, they have achieved success in the re-burgeoning of the Irish-folk movement, playing with bands such as the Fenians.
Poxy Resin Poxy Resin were an Alternative Rock band based in Darlington and performing across the North-East of England during 2000 and 2001. They released just one recording, the independent EP "Gin and Smoke", although a number of bootleg versions of their live shows have emerged since.
Poy Sang Long The Poy Sang Long (Shan: "Festival [of the] Crystal Sons") is a rite of passage ceremony among the Shan peoples, in Burma and now in Northern Thailand, undergone by boys at some point between seven and fourteen years of age. It consists of taking novice monastic vows and participating in monastery life for a period of time that can vary from a week to many months or more.
Poya Poya or Poya Day is the name given to a Buddhist public holiday in Sri Lanka which occurs every full moon day. The Full moon is important to Buddhists all around the world, who have adopted the Lunar Calendar for their religious observances.
Poya, New Caledonia Poya is a commune in New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. The largest part of the commune (including the main settlement of Poya itself) lies in the North Province of New Caledonia, and a smaller part of the commune lies in the South Province, an odd situation resulting from the creation of New Caledonia's provinces in 1989.
Poyan Reservoir Poyan Reservoir (Chinese: ćł˘ć‰¬č“„ć°´ć± ) is one of the four reservoirs located in the Western Water Catchment of Singapore. The reservoir was previously part of a river Sungei Poyan and its delta, which was dammed to become a reservoir.
Poynings' Law Poynings' Law refers to Sir Edward Poynings' declaration to the Irish Parliament at Drogheda in 1494. In his position as Viceroy to Ireland and Lord-Deputy, as appointed by King Henry VII of England, Poynings called together an assembly of the parliament.
Poynting (lunar crater) Poynting is a large lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon. It is located to the north-northwest of the Hertzsprung walled-plain, with Fersman crater just to the east and KekulĂ© crater equally near to the west-southwest.
Poynting effect Entonox is a 50:50 combination of the anaesthetic gas nitrous oxide and oxygen. This combination is useful because it can provide a sufficient concentration of nitrous oxide to provide analgesia (pain relief) in sufficient oxygen so that the risk of hypoxemia is eliminated.
Poynting's theorem Poynting's theorem is a statement due to John Henry Poynting about the conservation of energy for the electromagnetic field. It relates the time derivative of the energy density, u, to the energy flow and the rate at which the fields do work.
Poynting-Robertson effect The Poynting-Robertson effect, also known as Poynting-Robertson drag, named after John Henry Poynting and Howard Percy Robertson, is a process by which solar radiation causes a dust grain in the solar system to slowly spiral inward. The drag is essentially a component of radiation pressure tangential to the grain's motion.
Poyntzpass Poyntzpass (in Irish, Pas an Phointe) is a small village situated between Portadown and Newry. It is sited across the county (no-longer local government areas, historical only) boundaries of County Armagh and County Down in Northern Ireland.
PozantÄ± PozantÄ± is a large district of Adana Province of Turkey, on the main road from the city of Adana up across the Toros mountains. PozantÄ± stands in the foothills, at the bottom of a rare pass through these high mountains.
PoziĂ¨res PoziĂ¨res is a village in Somme, France, located between Albert and Bapaume, on the PoziĂ¨res ridge. The village was completely destroyed in World War I during what became the Battle of PoziĂ¨res, which was part of the Battle of the Somme.
PoznaĹ„ PoznaĹ„ (; full official name: The Capital City of PoznaĹ„, , , Yiddish: ×¤ÖĽ×±×–×ź Poyzn) is a city in west-central Poland with over 578,900 inhabitants (2002). Located by the Warta River, it is one of the oldest cities in Poland, making it an important historical center.
PoznaĹ„ 1956 protests The PoznaĹ„ 1956 protests (sometimes called PoznaĹ„ insurrection 1956) (Polish: PoznaĹ„ski Czerwiec â€” "PoznaĹ„ June") was the first of massive protests of the Polish people against the communist government. The protests began on June 28, 1956, at PoznaĹ„'s Cegielski Factories and were met with bloody repression.
PoznaĹ„ County PoznaĹ„ County is a county in western Poland's Greater Poland Voivodship. PoznaĹ„ County is named after the voivodship's capital, PoznaĹ„ and it includes the area around it, but not the city itself which forms its own separate urban powiat.
PoznaĹ„ Observatory PoznaĹ„ Observatory (Obserwatorium Astronomiczne Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu) is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by the physics department of Adam Mickiewicz University in PoznaĹ„.
PoznaĹ„ Society of Friends of Arts and Sciences PoznaĹ„ Society of Friends of Arts and Sciences (Polish: PoznaĹ„skie Towarzystwo PrzyjaciĂłĹ‚ Nauk, PTPN) is a scientific society in PoznaĹ„, Poland, established 1875, associating researchers of all scientific branches. It was one of the biggest and most important general scientific organizations in Poland.
PoznaĹ„ University of Technology PoznaĹ„ University of Technology (Polish name: Politechnika PoznaĹ„ska; note that in Polish Politechnika has a different meaning from English, hence the translation) is a university located in PoznaĹ„, Poland. PoznaĹ„ University of Technology is known as one of the best technical universities in Poland.
PoznaĹ„-Nowe Miasto PoznaĹ„-Nowe Miasto is local government district on the right bank of Warta River in the eastern parts of PoznaĹ„, Poland. It covers oldest part of town (OstrĂłw Tumski, ĹšrĂłdka, Komandoria) and the new residential areas of Rataje.
PoznaĹ„-Winogrady Winogrady is a borough in PoznaĹ„ (a part of the local government district Poznan-Stare Miasto), Poland. It consists of five smaller units: Osiedle Pod Lipami, Osiedle PrzyjaĹşni, Osiedle KosmonautĂłw, Osiedle Wichrowe WzgĂłrze and Osiedle ZwyciÄ™stwa.
Poznan family Poznan was a Slovak noble house in the Kingdom of Hungary and at the same time the (entire) name of several members of the family. By marriage with the Hunt family in the late 12th century, they created the house of Hunt-Poznan.
Pozoblanco Pozoblanco is a town in the CĂłrdoba province of southern Spain, in the north-central part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It's population is estimated at 16,996 according to the National Institute of Statistics.
Pozole Pozole (from Spanish pozole, from Nahuatl potzolli; variant spellings: posole, posolĂ©, pozolĂ©, pozolli, posol) is a traditional pre-Columbian soup or stew made from hominy, with pork (or other meat), chile, and other seasonings and garnish, such as cabbage, lettuce, oregano, cilantro, avocado, radish, lime juice, etc. There are a number of variations on pozole, including blanco (white or clear), verde (green), de frijol (with beans), and elopozole.
Pozos de Hinojo Pozos de Hinojo is a sparsely populated village and municipality in the province of Salamanca, western Spain, part of the autonomous community of Castile-Leon. It is located 78 kilometres from the provincial capital city of Salamanca and has a population of only 69 people.
Pozuelo de AlarcĂłn Pozuelo de AlarcĂłn is a suburb of over 75,000 inhabitants near the city of Madrid, capital of Spain. It is surrounded by large Mediterranean pine-tree forests: la Casa de Campo, el Monte del Pardo and el Monte del Pilar.
Pozuzo River The Pozuzo river has a general orientation of course South - north. This basin departmental limit HuĂˇnuco is understood between the mountain range of Yanachaga to the East and the line - Pasco, for the North-East the line provincial limit Oxapampa - Hill of Pasco for the South-west.
Pozzolan A pozzolan is a material which, when combined with calcium hydroxide, exhibits cementitious properties. Pozzolans are commonly used as an addition to Portland cement to increase the long-term strength and other material properties.
Pozzolana Pozzolana, also known as pozzolanic ash, is a fine, sandy volcanic ash, originally discovered and dug in Italy at Pozzuoli in the region around Vesuvius, but later at a number of other sites. Vitruvius speaks of four types of pozzolana.
PO-TCP PO-TCP refers to a Push Proxy Gateway originated TCP connection establishment method. The method provides the PPG with a means to establish a TCP connection towards the terminal that can be used for subsequent registration and push delivery.
POA CALFOS POA CALFOS is the improved Post Operational Archive version of the Faint Object Spectrograph (FOS) calibration pipeline, an earlier instrument aboard the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The current version corrects for image motion problems that have led to significant wavelength scale uncertainties in the FOS data archive.
POCLAD The Program on Corporations, Law, and Democracy (POCLAD) is an activist collective of a dozen-or-so members, who research the history of corporations in the United States. They are some of the main circulators of the notion that corporate personhood--which gives corporations some of the same legal rights as real human beings--is at the center of the problems regarding corporations.
POCSAG POCSAG is a standard used to transmit data to pagers. The name comes from Post Office Code Standardization Advisory Group, this being the British Post Office which used to run nearly all telecommunications in Britain before privatization.
POD (song) "POD" is a single from comedy-rock duo Tenacious D's second studio album, The Pick of Destiny, which also serves as the soundtrack for the movie Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny, with POD standing, naturally, for "Pick Of Destiny".
POD bot POD stands for "Ping of Death" Bots, a name derived from the fact that bots using the Half-Life engine always having a minimum ping of five. POD-Bot was scripted, coded, and developed by Markus Klinge, also known as Count Floyd, and was developed to entertain the players who can't or don't play Counter-Strike online.
PODS Championship <B>The PODS Championship</B>, originally the Tampa Bay Classic, is a men's professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, and is played annually at Westin Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbor, Florida. The tournament is the 11th event on the 2007 PGA Tour Schedule, and is part of the Tour's FedEx Cup Competition.
POEMS syndrome POEMS syndrome (also known as Crow-Fukase syndrome, Takatsuki disease, or PEP syndrome) is a rare medical syndrome named for its main clinically recognizable features: Polyneuropathy (peripheral nerve damage), Organomegaly (abnormal enlargement of organs), Endocrinopathy (damage to hormone-producing glands)/Edema, M-protein (an abnormal antibody) and Skin abnormalities (including hyperpigmentation and hypertrichosis).
POETICS list The University of Buffalo POETICS listserv (informally and variously known as UBPOETICS or the POETICS list) is one of the oldest and most widely known mailing lists devoted to the discussion of contemporary North American poetry and poetics. It began on 8 December 1993 although the most easily-accessible archive only contains messages from after the middle of 1994.
POETS day POETS day is a term used by workers in England and Australia, to jocularly refer to Friday as the last day of the work week. The letters in "POETS" are an acronym for "Piss Off Early Tomorrow's Saturday": hence Friday becomes a Poet's day.
POL-34 POL-34 is a Polish academic computer network created to provide high-speed Internet access and to conduct network-based research. Most of the government founded higher education organisations and all of metropolitan area networks in Poland are connected to POL-34.
POM Wonderful POM Wonderful, LLC is a privately owned company and brand of pomegranate juice, advertised as one of the most powerful naturally-occurring antioxidants. It is sold in distinctive double bulb-shaped clear plastic bottles.
POMD-1 mine The POMD-1 is a cylinderical scatterable Bulgarian anti-personnel mine, used in the KNURS-DM 122 mm rocket fired from the BM-21 vehicle mounted rocket launcher. In one 122 mm rocket, a single POMD-1 mine was carried along with 16 PMD-1 AP pressure mines, and four TMD-1 anti-tank mines.
POMZ The POMZ, POMZ-2 and POMZ-2M (ĐźĐžĐśĐ—, ĐźĐžĐśĐ—-2, ĐźĐžĐśĐ—-2Đś) are three types Russian made stake mounted anti-personnel fragmentation mine. The POMZ mine was used during the Second World War, and was superseded by the POMZ-2, and later the improved POMZ-2M.
PONY Baseball and Softball PONY Baseball and Softball is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young people grow into healthier and happier adults, primarily through the organization of baseball and softball leagues. It originated at the YMCA in Washington, Pennsylvania and became an international organization in the early 1950s.
PONY League The Pennsylvania-Ontario-New York League, also known as the PONY League, was a Class D minor league baseball circuit that played from 1939 through 1956. The forerunner of the modern Class A New York - Penn League, the PONY served as the first professional baseball address of many future Major League Baseball players.
POP Air Pollution Protocol The Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution on Persistent Organic Pollutants is an agreement to provide for the control and reduction of emissions of persistent organic pollutants in order to reduce their transboundary fluxes so as to protect human health and the environment from adverse effects.
POP before SMTP POP before SMTP or SMTP after POP is a method of authorization used by mail server software which helps allow users the option to send e-mail from any location, as long as they can demonstrably also fetch their mail from the same place.
POP-11 POP-11 is a powerful reflective, incrementally compiled programming language with many of the features of an interpreted langage. It is the core language of the Poplog programming environment developed originally by the University of Sussex, and recently in the
POP-2 POP-2, often referred to as POP2 was a programming language developed around 1970 from the earlier version POP-1 by Robin Popplestone and Rod Burstall at the University of Edinburgh. It drew roots from many sources: the languages LISP and ALGOL 60, and theoretical ideas from Landin.
POSBank POSBank (or POSB) (Chinese: é‚®ć”żĺ‚¨č“„é“¶čˇŚ) is a brand of consumer banking services offered by DBS Bank in Singapore, after it was acquired by the later in November 1998. Prior to this, it was a major public bank which began life as the Post Office Savings Bank, offering low-cost banking services to Singaporeans.
POSIT POSIT is an acronym of Process Optimization, Standardization and Innovation Technique, a standard to measure global business processes that are maintained in multiple business applications and serviced by various outsourcing companies.
POSIX POSIX or "Portable Operating System Interface for uniX" is the collective name of a family of related standards specified by the IEEE to define the application programming interface (API) for software compatible with variants of the Unix operating system. Originally, the name stood for IEEE Std 1003.
POSSE project The Portable Open Source Security Elements, or POSSE project, was a co-operative venture between the University of Pennsylvania Distributed Systems Laboratory, the OpenBSD project and others. It received funding through a grant from the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA.
POSSLQ POSSLQ (pronounced ) is abbreviation (or acronym) for "Persons of Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters," a term coined in the late 1970s by the United States Census Bureau as part of an effort to more accurately gauge the prevalence of cohabitation in American households.
POSTNET POSTNET is a barcode symbology that is used by the United States Postal Service to assist in directing mail. The ZIP Code or ZIP+4 code is encoded in this unique symbology that encodes data in half- and full-height bars.
POTION 2: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy POTION 2: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy is a Best Of arranged and previously unreleased track soundtrack of video game music from the Final Fantasy series of computer role-playing games, produced by Square Co., Ltd..
POTION: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy POTION: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy is a Best Of arranged and previously unreleased track soundtrack album of video game music from the Final Fantasy series of computer role-playing games, produced by Square Co., Ltd..
POTS codec A POTS codec is a device used in broadcast engineering to send high-fidelity digital audio over regular telephone lines. A hardware codec, implemented with digital signal processing, is used to compress the audio data enough to travel at a bitrate equivalent to a "56k" modem.
POVM In functional analysis and quantum measurement theory, a POVM (Positive Operator Value Measure) is a measure whose values are non-negative self-adjoint operators on a Hilbert space. It is the most general formulation of a measurement in the theory of quantum physics.
POW Entertainment POW! (Purveyors of Wonder) Entertainment is a media production company formed by Gill Champion, Arthur Lieberman and comic book legend Stan Lee in 2005; Lee serves as the "face" of the company for public relations purposes.
POW-R Consortium POW-R, as licensed and distributed by Apple Computer, Avid-Digidesign (NASDAQ: AVID), SADiE, Sonic Studio, BIAS, Cakewalk (company)-Sonar, Merging Technologies, Lake Technology (Dolby Labs), Weiss Engineering, Millennia Media, Z-Systems, and others, is an acronym for "Psychoacoustically Optimized Wordlength Reduction." This mathematical algorithm reduces longer digital word lengths (20, 24, 32 bits) to industry standard 16 bits while retaining a high degree of perceived dynamic efficiency and very low noise.
POWER2 In 1993, IBM released the POWER2 microprocessor, which was in use until 1998. The POWER2 added second fixed point and floating point units to the original POWER processor as well as more cache and some new instructions.
POWER3 The POWER3 chip is a CPU that implements the 64-bit PowerPC instruction set architecture, including all of the optional instructions of the ISA (at the time). Released in 1998, it had two floating-point units, three fixed-point units, and two load-store units.
Ppk index Ppk index is a type of process performance index and is a measure of historical variation in a process. As opposed to the related Cpk index, Ppk cannot be used to predict the future and is used when a process is not in statistical control.
PP (complexity) In complexity theory, PP is the class of decision problems solvable by a probabilistic Turing machine in polynomial time, with an error probability of less than 1/2 for all instances. The abbreviation PP refers to probabilistic polynomial time.
PP 10/1959 Peraturan Pemerintah 10/1959 (Government Directive No. 10/1959) was the law directive issued by Indonesian government against Chinese Indonesian to close their businesses by 1 January 1960 and forced them to relocate in urban areas.
PP-90 The PP-90, manufactured by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau in Tula, Russia, is an apparently unsuccessful Soviet copy of the ARES FMG -- identical in most respects except that the American version is fully automatic. It is carried in a green cloth sack with two spare magazines.
PP2A Protein Phosphatase 2A (PP2A), a heterotrimeric protein phosphatase, is an ubiquitous and conserved Serine/Threonine phosphatase with broad substrate specificity and diverse cellular functions. PP2A comprises A and B subunits which are regulatory and a catalytic C subunit.
PP3 battery A PP3 battery, commonly referred to simply as a nine-volt battery, is shaped as a rounded rectangular prism and has a nominal output of nine volts. Its nominal dimensions are 48 mm Ă— 25 mm Ă— 15 mm (ANSI standard 1604A).
PPD-40 The PPD (Pistolet-Pulemet Degtyarova, Russian: ĐźĐ¸ŃŃ‚ĐľĐ»ĐµŃ‚-ĐżŃĐ»ĐµĐĽŃ‘Ń‚ Đ”ĐµĐłŃ‚ŃŹŃ€Ń‘Đ˛Đ°) is a submachine gun originally designed in 1934 by Vasily Degtyaryov. It was a near direct copy of the German Bergmann MP28, and it utilized a large ammunition drum, itself a copy of the Finnish M31 Suomi drum magazine.
PPG 15 PPG 15 is short for Planning Policy Guidance 15: Planning and the Historic Environment, a document produced by the British Government to advise local planning authorities on the treatment of historic buildings and the wider historic environment within the planning process. It was introduced in November 1990 following public outcry after a number of high profile scandals such as the threatened destruction of the Rose Theatre in London by developers.
PPG 16 Planning Policy Guidance 16 Archaeology and Planning commonly abbreviated as PPG 16, is a document produced by the British Government to advise local planning authorities on the treatment of archaeology within the planning process. It was introduced in November 1990 following public outcry after a number of high profile scandals such as the threatened destruction of the Rose Theatre in London by developers.
PPG 2 Planning Policy Guidance 2: Green belts commonly abbreviated as PPG 2, is a document produced by the British Government to advise Local planning authorities on national Green Belt policy and its consideration in the formation of Local Plans. The current version was introduced in March 2001 (original) and replaced Planning Policy Guidance (PPG) Note 2 Green belts published in January 1995.
PPG 3 Planning Policy Guidance Note 3: Housing, commonly abbreviated as PPG 3, is a document produced by the British Government to advise local planning authorities on the treatment of housing within the planning process. The current version was introduced in March 2000 following the Rogers Report and replaced the 1992 version.
PPG Place PPG Place is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania skyline. Although it is most well known for its tower, it is actually a complex of six buildings, all of matching glass design.
PPL (utility) PPL, formerly known as PP&L or Pennsylvania Power and Light, is an electric company headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA. It currently controls over 11,000 megawatts (MW) of electrical generating capacity in the United States, primarily in Pennsylvania and Montana, and delivers electricity to customers in the United Kingdom and Latin America.
PPLive PPLive is a peer-to-peer streaming video network created in Huazhong University of Science and Technology, People's Republic of China. It is part of a new generation of P2P applications, that combine P2P and IPTV, called P2PTV.
PPRE PPRE is an abbreviation for the Postgraduate Program on Renewable Energy (PPRE). It is one of the oldest European MSc in the field of Renewable Energy (since 1987), and it is organized by Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (Germany).
PPS 1 Planning Policy Statement 1: Delivering Sustainable Development commonly abbreviated as PPS 1, is a document produced by the British Government to advise Local planning authorities on the delivery of Sustainable development through the planning system. The current version was introduced in February 2005 and replaced Planning Policy Guidance (PPG) Note 1, General Policies and Principles, published in February 1997.
PPS 10 Planning Policy Statement 10: Planning for Sustainable Waste Management commonly abbreviated as PPS 10, is a document produced by the British Government and forms part of the national waste management plan for the United Kingdom. The current version was introduced in July 2005 and replaced Revised PPG 10: Planning and Waste Management (published 1999).
PPS 22 Planning Policy Statement 22: Renewable Energy commonly abbreviated as PPS 22, is a document produced by the British Government which sets out the Government's policies for renewable energy, which planning authorities should have regard to when preparing local development documents and when taking planning decisions. The current version was introduced in August 2004 and replaced Revised PPG 22.
PPS 23 Planning Policy Statement 23: Planning and Pollution Control commonly abbreviated as PPS 23, is a document produced by the British Government and intended to complement the new pollution control framework under the Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999 and the PPC Regulations 2000. The current version was introduced in November 2004 and replaced Revised PPG 23: Planning and Pollution Control (published 1994).
PPS 6 Planning Policy Statement 6: Planning for Town Centres commonly abbreviated as PPS 6, is a document produced by the British Government to advise Local planning authorities on planning for the future of town centres. The current version was introduced in March 2005 and replaced Revised PPG 6: Town Centres and Retail Developments (published 1996) and subsequent policy statements.
PPS 7 Planning Policy Statement 7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas commonly abbreviated as PPS 7, is a document produced by the British Government to advise Local planning authorities on planning policies for rural areas. The current version was introduced in August 2004 and replaced Revised PPG 7: The Countryside - Environmental Quality and Economic and Social Development (published February 1997).
PPS 9 Planning Policy Statement 9: Biodiversity and Geological Conservation commonly abbreviated as PPS 9, is a document produced by the British Government to advise Local planning authorities on planning policies for the protection of biodiversity and geological conservation through the planning system. The current version was introduced in August 2005 and replaced Revised PPG 9: Nature conservation (published October 1994).
PPS-43 Designed by Aleksei Sudaev and first issued during the Siege of Leningrad, PPS-43 (Pistolet-Pulemet Sudaeva, Russian: ĐźĐ¸ŃŃ‚ĐľĐ»ĐµŃ‚-ĐżŃĐ»ĐµĐĽŃ‘Ń‚ ĐˇŃĐ´Đ°ĐµĐ˛Đ°) was a result of further simplification of the PPSh-41, and it is often considered the best submachine gun of World War II.
PQCC The Production Quality Compiler-Compiler Project (or PQCC) was a long-term project led by William Wulf at Carnegie Mellon University to produce an industrial-strength compiler-compiler. PQCC would produce full, optimizing programming language compilers from descriptions of the programming language and the target machine.
PQM PQM (real name Manuel Napuri) is a producer who has released records on labels such as Yoshitoshi and Renaissance. He is probably most well known for his single, You Are Sleeping, which has been featured on multiple compilations, such as James Holden's Balance 005 release and Deep Dish's Global Underground: Toronto DJ mix.
PQS (chemical) PQS is a general purpose quantum chemistry program. Its roots go back to the first ab initio gradient program developed in Professor Peter Pulay's group but now it is developed and distributed commercially by Parallel Quantum Solutions.
Praa Sands Praa Sands (properly pronounced pray; prah or prar are incorrect) is a coastal village in the Parish of Breage, located off the main road between Helston and Penzance in Cornwall, England, UK. Formerly serving the local mining industry, it is now predominantly a tourist-oriented area.
PraĂ§a dos TrĂŞs Poderes PraĂ§a dos TrĂŞs Poderes(literally, Plaza of the Three Powers) is a plaza in BrasĂlia, Brazil. The name derives from the encounter of the three powers around the plaza; the Executive, represented by the PalĂˇcio do Planalto (presidential office; the Legislative represented by the Congresso Nacional(National Congress); and the Judiciary, represented by the PĂˇlacio da JustiĂ§a.
Prabhas Patan Prabhas Patan, is situated in Gujarat(Saurashtra) and is a pilgrim place or Tirtha. Here Krishna is supposed to have left his mortal body at the end of Krishna avatar (Avatars), having been killed by a hunter by mistaking Krishna for a deer.
Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (May 21, 1921-October 21, 1990) was an Indian philosopher, social revolutionary, poet and linguist. Above all this, however, he is usually remembered for his role as one of the foremost spiritual teachers of Tantra and Yoga of the twentieth century; the founding figure behind Ananda Marga, he is often known by his spiritual name, Shrii Shrii Anandamurti and was affectionately referred to as Baba by his disciples.
Prabhu Deva Sundaram Prabhu Deva Sundaram (Tamil : ŕ®Şŕ®żŕ®°ŕ®ŞŕŻ ŕ®¤ŕŻ‡ŕ®µŕ®ľ ŕ®šŕŻŕ®¨ŕŻŤŕ®¤ŕ®°ŕ®®ŕŻŤ) better known just as Prabhu Deva, born 3 April, 1973, is a choreographer, actor and film director in India. He is popularly called "India's Michael Jackson" for his fast dance movements.
Prabhu Ganesh Prabhu Ganesh, also known as Prabhu Ganesan, is a social-minded Malaysian music-tycoon with strong interest in the development of music in tucked away villages and rural areas, and also the founder of Trident Entertainment.
Prabhu Lal Bhatnagar Prabhu Lal Bhatnagar (8 August 1912 -5 October1976) commonly addresed as PL Bhatnagar was an Indian mathematician known for his contribution to the Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook (BGK) collision model used in Lattice Boltzmann methods (LBM).
Prabjoth Singh Prabjot Singh (born August 14, 1980 in Masania, near Batala, Punjab) is a field hockey forward from India, who made his international senior debut for the Men's National Team in 2001. He represented his native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, where India finished in seventh place.
Praclosure operator In topology, a praclosure operator or ÄŚech closure operator is a map between subsets of a set, similar to a closure operator, except that it is not required to be idempotent. That is, a praclosure operator obeys only three of the four Kuratowski closure axioms.