Byline: Aimee Jones I CONGRATULATE you on your purple ribbon campaign to cut down on gun crime.
What does PRC stand for?
PRC stands for Purple Ribbon Campaign (religious tolerance campaign)
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We have 508 other meanings of PRC in our Acronym Attic
- Public Radio Capital (Centennial, CO)
- Public Radio Conference
- Public Relations Centre (various organizations)
- Public Relations Committee (various organizations)
- Publications Review Committee (USACE)
- Publishing Research Consortium
- Puloly Recreation Club (Sri Lanka)
- Punk Radio Cast (online radio station)
- Pupil Referral Centre (UK schools)
- Purchase Request and Commitment
- Precision/Rapid Counter-Multiple Rocket Launch
- Polycomb Repressive Complex 1
- Predicted Reciprocal Creatinine at Age 10 Years
- Participatory Rural Communication Appraisal
- Personal Report of Communication Apprehension
- Pitch Roll Channel Assembly
- Pre-Refit Condition Assessment(s)
- Primary Radar Controlled Approach
- Problem Reporting and Corrective Action
- Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
CARDIFF: This week, Mark Newbold, a recovering testicular cancer patient is walking 26 miles from The Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend, in aid of the Tenovus Purple Ribbon Campaign.
A RECOVERING testicular cancer patient is walking 26 miles to the Velindre Hospital, Cardiff, from The Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend in aid of the Tenovus Purple Ribbon Campaign.
I think the Purple Ribbon Campaign is a great way of highlighting the terrible effects of gun crime in our society.
Purple Ribbon Campaign TENOVUS, Wales's leading cancer charity, is running its annual Purple Ribbon Campaign to coincide with National Male Cancer Awareness Month.
The purple ribbon campaign is reaching out to all religions to spread the message of peace in a community distressed by the tragic death of Rhys Jones on August 22.
I think the Purple Ribbon Campaign is a great way of highlighting the terrible effects of gun crime in our society today.