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per pro (pp)

abbreviation for per procurationem, ‘through an agent or procuratory’.
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In a statement, the buyer said that the increased synergies level gives a capitalised value of USD12.04 per pro forma share of the combined company, up by USD6.02 from the value anticipated in June, when the all-stock deal was announced.
("Cobalt") today announced a net loss of $41.8 million, or $0.12 per basic and diluted share, for the three months ended June 30, 2010, compared with a net loss of $2.1 million, or $0.01 per pro forma basic and diluted share, for the same period in 2009.
She said she signed it as Fr O'Gorman and had indicated this by using the notation, pp or per pro.
This can be done after meeting certain benchmark performance measures (per pro forma projections provided to the lender, which can provide an incentive for the entrepreneur to be realistic in submitting projections).
Only the nation's two biggest urban areas, Los Angeles and New York, have a higher number of residents per pro sports team, according to the Oregon Stadium Campaign.
Five weeks later, following discussion and examples, student responses evidenced a mean of 8.25 (range 5-22) ideas and 62.0 words per Pro listed and 9.25 (range 5-26) ideas and 78.0 words per con for the assigned topic.
[4.] Donnan GA, Davis SM, Brien RC et al (per pro Australian Streptokinase (ASK) Trial Study Group): Streptokinase for acute ischemic stroke with relationship to time of administration.