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Answered: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

Answered: What does it mean when your case is dismiss in criminal court

Depends on if judge dismissed with prejudice, they can reopen case

Answered: What does text symbol W mean?

In proofreading, WW means wrong word. Wdy means wordy. In texting, W can mean with. W8 is wait.

Answered: What does 1 nisan 5774 mean

Nissan Iyar Sivan Tamuz Av Elul Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet Shevat Adar I (Adar II)

Answered: Differences between criminal and civil law

There are lots of difference between criminal law and civil law but basically, criminal law is for violations of illegal crime and punishment, and civil law is for non-criminal disagreements. Law Firms Philadelphia | Law Firms Delaware County | Injury Law Firms Philadelphia

Answered: What does this asa mean for example... John Smith asa Michael Jones

I think you mean aka or a.k.a. which means "also known as".
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Racist hate monger Democrats still can't pass the eighth grade. That

Leftist Muslim Atheist poster, when you spend hours and hours posting on old questions that nobody is on but your aliases nobody else see's the crap that you post.

How do the current positions of the developed and developing nations

I guess you could say folks have just plain had it with leftists. They promise the moon but they can't deliver on what they promise and that sticks on 'em real tight. You can't fool people a second time. Leftists tried it and see where that got 'em. You are a whole lot better off with right wing ...

How do the current positions of the developed and developing nations

How do the current positions of the developed and developing nations differ in demographic transition?