Prot


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prot-

var. of proto- before a vowel: protamine.

Prot.

Protestant.
Translations

Prot

abbr of Protestant˜ ev.
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3bn due to the near collapse of its banking arm, beneted from the sale of its farms and pharmacy operations as it posted a net prot of PS216m for 2014.
ONLINE retailer ASOS reported lower prots despite a record Christmas season contributing to a 27% rise in half-year sales in the UK.
It means the club have announced a prot for the fourth year in a row, but supporters of United will want to see recruitment in the next transfer window after the 2014/15 season has zzled following a steady start.
In a YouGov poll of more than 2,000 UK adults for the Great Business Debate, 70% of people agree prot is a good thing.
The board issued this statement: "Beyond the remarkable growth of BNP Paribas at the service of its clients, and the reinforcement of its financial strength, we are grateful to Baudouin Prot for his total commitment during the financial crisis of 2007-2011 when he faced on a daily basis, with his teams, situations which were unprecedented in the financial sector.
Jean Lemierre could be a possible candidate to replace Prot.
THE owner of Your Move and Reeds Rains estate agents reported a three-fold jump in prots but expects the housing market to slow as regulatory changes kick in.
His psychiatrist, Dr Mark Powell, is doubtful, yet Prot keeps confounding doctors and scientists.
This article discusses the rationale, development, implementation, and benefits of the PROT program and includes an account of relevant literature pertaining to the various aspects of the PROT program developed at IUPUI.
True mentors can provide social support for their prot g s through open and candid conversations about goals and career aspirations, fears and anxieties, and potential work-family conflicts.
I am a cautious optimist," Prot told Reuters at the World Economic Forum in Davos.