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Abbreviation: pr in connection with standards
Thread poster: Gerd Locke
Gerd Locke
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Jan 23, 2006

Hi,

I have the abbreviation 'pr' in connection with some norms: in accordance with BS 952, BS EN 572, pr EN ISO 12543, and I am not sure what it stands for - perhaps 'as per'? Can anyone help, please.

GL


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two2tango  Identity Verified
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Use the KudoZ section Jan 23, 2006

Hi gerdlocke, I can see this is your first forum posting so I have the pleasure of welcoming you to our forums.

On the other hand terminology problems should be addressed through the KudoZ section, the second option of the upper dropdown menu. Our extensive glossaries can in many case solve the problems and, if not, you can ask a KudoZ question.

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Enrique


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