per pro


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per pro

(ˈpɜː ˈprəʊ)
prep
(Commerce) by delegation to; through the agency of: used when signing documents on behalf of someone else
[Latin: abbreviation of per prōcūratiōnem]
Usage: See at pp2

per pro

A Latin phrase, short for per procurationem, meaning through the agency of; the full form of the abbreviation p.p. used by someone signing a letter on behalf of someone else.
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Tourism and travel service providers were charged AED 1,000 (US$272) per PRO card which was subject to an annual renewal fee, with penalties imposed on companies that violated the provision.
Tourism and travel service providers were charged Dh1000 per PRO card, which was subject to an annual renewal fee, with penalties imposed on companies that violated the provision.
The government used to charge companies Dh1,000 per PRO card, aside from an annual renewal fee.
Castellum also stated that the fair value of the real estate portfolio, including Norrporten's real estate portfolio, is around SEK71bn, as per pro forma 31 March 2016.
Adjusted net loss was USD(5.1) million, or USD(0.13) per pro forma share compared to USD(9.5) million, or USD(0.31) per pro forma share, in the third quarter of 2013.
30, 2011, was $0.2 million, or $0.01 per diluted share, compared with net loss of-$1.1 million, or -$0.33 per diluted share (-$0.07 per pro forma diluted share, including the conversion of 11.8 million shares of convertible preferred stock in connection with the initial public offering [IPO]), for the nine months ended Sept.
Regardless, I had to summarize or expand what they said and rewrite it into about 650 words per pro. This took countless hours of mv time for each issue.