PM definition

PM means total filterable particulate matter, measured in accordance with the provisions of this Consent Decree.
PM means the relevant Portfolio Manager or their designee and may include a member of the investment management team.

Examples of PM in a sentence

  • NOTICE TO ALL PARTIES OF A REQUEST FOR ORAL ARGUMENT AND THE GROUNDS UPON WHICH ARGUMENT IS BEING REQUESTED MUST BE MADE BY TELEPHONE OR IN PERSON BY 4:00 P.M. ON THE DAY THE TENTATIVE RULING IS ISSUED.

  • GraverThe Letter of Interest submission for this project reference number must be received at the address listed above by 4:30 P.M. prevailing time on the twentieth (20th) day following the date of this Notice.Any technical questions concerning the requirements for this project should be directed to Brian H.

  • In exchange, the Company agreed to sell to Sandstorm 600 ounces of refined gold per month for 42 months (a total of 25,200 ounces) at a price equal to 7.5% of the London Bullion Market Association’s PM fix for the day before the delivery date.

  • Kelland, L.R., Sharp, S.Y., Rogers, P.M., Myers, T.G. & Workman, P.

  • The PM will provide effective teaching experiences for the student teacher, support them so that they have a positive impact on pupil progress and learning from the outset.


More Definitions of PM

PM means total particulate matter including both solid fragments of material and miniscule droplets of liquid;
PM means particulate matter, as measured in accordance with the provisions of this Consent Decree.
PM means a time from and including 12 o'clock noon on any Business Day to the end of such Business Day using Eastern Standard (Daylight Savings) time.
PM means a time of day after noon and before midnight.
PM means a time of day at or after noon and before midnight.
PM means a time of day after noon and before midnight. “Petroleum Products” means gasoline and petroleum oil distillates.