PIRG


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PIRG

abbr.
Public Interest Research Group
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Microbes with the highest PIRG of respective groups (F15, F46, F44, A19, A16, A72 and B6) were identified usingBiologMicroPlates or PCR/sequence homology.
PIRG Education Fund's annual toy safety survey has led to an estimated 150 recalls and other regulatory actions over the years, the agency said.
Based on Noveriza and Quimio (2004), when the value of PIRG was higher than 60%, the antagonist was regarded as promising biocontrol agent.
But representatives of US PIRG, Rock the Vote and three other youth organizations express concerns.
At the University of Waterloo, the local PIRG has several working groups, one of which is Stop the Tar Sands KW whose mission is explicitly:
Since the 1970s, PIRGs have been a learning ground for activism and community engagement.
PIRG is a federation of 47 state PIRGs and the umbrella national office.
Fielding Huseth, consumer advocate for Maryland PIRG, made the opening remarks: "Today, parents, children, nurses and public health advocates have come to say 'thank you' to Delegate Hubbard and Senator Frosh for leading the charge to protect children's health.
PIRG (the federation of state Public Interest Research Groups), Campus Progress, and College Democrats of America have also expanded outreach to students outside four-year colleges, especially around such issues as voter mobilization, college affordability, and debt.
PIRG, not to mention several local groups in the Ohio River valley) joined with eight states (New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maryland, and Rhode Island) and the U.
PIRG, the Federation of state Public Interest Research Groups, reported in July 2007 that half of U.