pres.

pres.

abbr.
1. Grammar present
2. president
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Pres.

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) President
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Here we present a case with polymyositis (PM)/SSc overlap syndrome with scleroderma renal crisis (SRC) who developed PRES.
Wanted: A lasting legacy from Pres. Duterte !-- -- SHOOTING STRAIGHT - Bobit S.
The north and southbound lane of Roxas Boulevard from Katigbak Drive to Pres. Quirino Avenue as well as the north and southbound lane Roxas Boulevard Service Road from TM Kalaw Avenue to Pres.
North and Southbound lane of Roxas Blvd Service Road from TM Kalaw Avenue to Pres. Quirino Avenue.
He had been with Informa; Ron Wall, Division Pres, announces his retirement effective with the hire of the new DDMS Division Pres.
Westbound lane of Pres. Quirino from M.H del Pilar to Roxas Blvd.
The MSBA had wanted the 50 percent to automatically go to legal aid organizations, but is happy with the outcome, according to Eric Magnuson, former chief justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and an expert on such distributions, known as cy pres. Cy pres is a doctrine borrowed from trust law, allowing money to be given to a similar beneficiary if distribution to the original one is no longer possible.
Visitors can view the ceremonial copy of Gerald Ford's 1974 pardon of Richard Nixon along with a letter from third-grader Anthony Ferreira--sent to Pres. Ford three days after the pardon--saying, "I think you are half right and half wrong."
Computed tomography (CT) results were available in 22patients.A total of nine women were identified with PRES. The women were divided in 2 groups, Group A, with findings of PRES, and Group B, without PRES.After clinical stabilization of blood pressure, these women underwent computed tomography of brain.
(2) Visual abnormalities (most commonly cortical blindness), occur in 15% to 20% of patients with PRES. (2,4)