Pan or PAN
(1) Collection of chemicals found in photochemical smog - See peroxyacyl nitrates (PAN). (2) Compact soil horizon that has a high clay content. (3) Large natural basin or depression found in desert climates.
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Pan Pan is a lost small Hindu Kingdom believed to have existed around 3rd–7th Century CE., somewhere in Kelantan or Terengganu, Malaysia. Little is known about this kingdom. The kingdom was later conquered by Srivijaya under the leadership of Dharmasetu before 775 CE. It is speculated be related ...
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An urgent radio message used to announce a safety concern which is not immediately life threatening.
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International radio urgency call. It usually indicates a threat to the safety of an aircraft or its passengers. It is, however, less urgent than Mayday. Pan Pan comes from the French word
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In radiotelephone communications, a call of three repetitions of pan-pan (n) is used to signify that there is an urgency on board a boat, ship, aircraft or other vehicle but that, for the time being at least, there is no immediate danger to anyone`s life or to the vessel itself. This is referred to...
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Pandit Karuppan was a poet, dramatist, and social reformer who lived in Kerala, India. He was born on May 24, 1885, at Cheranelloor, near Ernakulam. Pandit Karuppan emerged from Ernakulam of Cochin State as a relentless crusader against untouchability and social evils. He was called the "Lincoln" o...
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==Career== Pang was selected for and started gymnastic training in 1997 when she was in primary school and so she entered the Shijiazhuang Amateur Sports School. In January 2001, she was selected by Huang Jian, the leader of the Hebei Gymnastics Team, to be a part of the team. After four months of ...
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