What is the abbreviation for after?
It is p, for the Latin word "post."
It is p, for the Latin word "post."
From the Latin post meridiem, meaning after noon, the abbreviation for the time from noon to midnight is designated P.M., p.m. or pm.
The abbreviation for after midday is PM. This is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase post meridiem meaning 'after noon'. AM is an abbreviation of the Latin ante meridiem meaning 'before noon'. I take Latin and these answers are correct.
The medical symbol for after is a lower case p with a line drawn above it from left to right._p (The letter "p" with a bar over it.)
after meals is pc. Before meals is ac.PC is the medical abbreviation for after meals.
In terms of those who hold a doctorate, it would stand for Doctor of Chiropractic.
No, the U.S. Postal Service does not want ANY punctuation used when addressing mail in the U.S.
PC means Professional Corporation, which means he is incorporated for purposes enabling him to take better advantage of tax rules. He is obliged by law to say so and it has no bearing on his qualifications as a doctor.
Yes, if the p is a capitalized initial. Example: His name was P. Smith.
No the letters are just capitalized.
multiple, phone, hazards
Most people in the US do. It seems to be rather hit or miss in the UK (same with the abbreviation for "mister", which is usually Mr. in the US and seems to often be just Mr in the UK).
MD stands for Medicinae Doctor, or Doctor of Medicine. MCh stands for Magister Chirurgiae, which translates into English as "master of surgery."
No, unless you are ending a sentence with a state abbreviation, you should not put a period after it.
In the US, there are two generally accepted abbreviations for 'experience,' one with a period, and one without: exp. XP
First Last, Esq.
The abbreviation stands for Accounts Management or Accounts Manager.
Registered Sanitarian. It is a professional credential for people working in the field of environmental health.
Health Information Administrator
"PA" stands for "practicing attorney."
CBE is a Royal Honor 'Commander of the British Empire" DL refers to Deputy Lieutenant which is an assistant Justice of Peace
ANP means Advanced Nurse Practitioner.
Fellow of the American Academy of Cardiology.
I know it means that you are signing on behalf of someone, but what the actual wording is I dont know??P/A is Power of Attorney
There is only one space after an abbreviation!
Both Ave. and St. So then you'd write your address as: Name 105 Kensington Cir. Apt. 306 Town, IL zip Name123 Lincoln Ave.Anytown, OH zipName456 Main St.Yourtown, CA zip
No, state abbreviations can be left without periods on addressed envelopes and/or packages.
There are a number of degrees particular to specific specialty fields. As per your request however, the EdD is the abbreviation for a Doctor of Education. Typically you will find this particular degree among high school, college, and university educators.
MS mean Master of Stomatology
No. Inc. is the abbreviation for "incorporated" and it needs to be set off by a comma and followed by a period. If however the sentence continues after the "Inc." there needs to be a comma after the period. For example: Name of the Employer: ABC Company, Inc. She works at ABC Company, Inc., where she has been working as an administrative assistant.
SPA = sanitas per aquas which means health through waters
Doctor of Optometry is O.D. and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine is D.O. The old aging DOs in the AOA could help eliminate the disrepancy by changing their initials to M.D., D.O., like the younger D.O.s want. But these old D.O.s are dumb so they don't change their degree to better represent that they are indeed medical doctors. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The abbreviation D.O. after a physician's name stands for Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. As mentioned in the… Read More
Colloquial or colloquialism (colloq) usually refers to the use of slang or regional dialect during a conversation
P in medical abbreviations stands for the Latin "post" meaning "after." Similarly, a means before because the Latin word for "before" is "ante."
Yes, you do use a period. The reason for using the period is to indicate that it is an abbreviation, not a word. For example, cat is a four legged animal while cat. is catalog.The exception is the two letter US Postal abbreviations or compass points (N, SW, etc.), no periods are used.
A day is divided into two halves when time is recorded on a twelve hour clock. Since there is a 3:25 in the middle of the afternoon as well as a 3:25 in the middle of the night, it is necessary to indicate which 3:25 is the one being referred to. Therefore, when referring to the period of time after midnight and before noon it is common to add the term "a.m." Likewise, when referring… Read More
B.L.S., B.Lib., or B.L.I.S - Bachelor of Library Science. MLIS - Master of Library and Information Science.
Yes you should always use a period.