Pils


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Pils

(pɪlz; pɪls)
n
(Brewing) a type of lager-like beer
[C20: abbrev. of Pilsner]
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Don't use these PILs to pressurise the respondent ( Delhi government).
It should not be a bad idea if it is made mandatory that everybody who files such PILs, intended to stop developmental activity, disclose as a part of mandatory disclosure what their funding sources are," he said.
Sierra hasn't had much of a track record with lagers, aside from the workmanlike Summerfest pils.
The researchers are currently working to apply the technique to wood and other biomass feedstock materials, as well as to fine-tune the interactions between PILs and lignin.
The division bench comprising Justices SJ Vazifdar and BP Colabawala will hear both the PILs on 24 March.
The PIL filed by Law student Tanaya Thakur and Class 12th student Aditya Thakur challenging Bharat Ratna award to scientist Dr CNR Rao was dismissed by Allahabad High Court, Lucknow Bench on Thursday.
One of the PILs has filed by retired lady IAS officer Promilla Shanker.
Anyone wishing to join PILS or make a donation to the memorial award fund in Shaeffer's honor should also contact Obos.
Last year Noble Pils was overwhelmingly selected by voters in the 5th annual Samuel Adams Beer Lover's Choice contest.
This tension is reflected in the decisions of the Supreme Court, which has assumed an active role in enforcing women's rights through PIL but is sometimes limited in this regard by the complex cultural context in which it operates.
PILs have been shown to be of benefit in improving patient understanding and knowledge of their medicines, enhancing recall of instructions, reducing medication errors as well as patient anxiety about treatment, and bridging the information gap between patients and healthcare providers (Harvey & Plumridge, 1991:928; Kitching, 1990:300; Raynor, 1998:83-112; Vander Stichele, Van Haecht, Braem & Bogaert, 1991:1002).
Pils has more than 20 years of experience in human resources strategy, talent management, and leadership development.