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What does PMA stand for?
PMA stands for Philadelphia Museum of Art
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- Performance Measurement Analysis
- Performance Measurement Association
- Permanent Magnet Alternator
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- Peroneal Muscular Atrophy
- Personnel Management Advisor/Academy
- Peter Martin Associates (various locations)
- Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of South Africa
- Phased Maintenance Availability
- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (men's music fraternity)
- Philippine Medical Association
- Philippine Military Academy
- Philippine Motors Association
- Phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate
- Photo Marketing Association
- Physical Medium Attachment
- Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy (Caltech division)
- Pierce, Monroe and Associates, LLC (Detroit, MI)
- Pilates Method Alliance
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this article, we examine 6 art objects from the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the context of sexual health, especially the prevention and control of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV (2).
Beauford Delaney: From New York to Paris * Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Nov.
Stein collection and thirty objects from the holdings of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA)--various aspects of Italian Renaissance maiolica, including its manufacture, artists, production centers, design, function, patronage, value, and relation to other domestic goods.
A recent exhibit of Thrash's work at the Philadelphia Museum of Art featured his carborundum prints, his etchings, lithographs, aquatints and watercolors.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art in association with Yale University Press.
A retrospective on the Impressionist master Cezanne at the Philadelphia Museum of Art generated a reported $86.
This year's classes had the opportunity to visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art and experience the artwork created by the artists they had studied in class.