Answer: PRN means "as needed". PRN position is referring to a job type When used as a job classification it is a type of part-time employment. (Full-time is usually 36-40 hours a week) (Part time is usually 20 hours a week) (PRN can be 3 or 4 times a month "as needed") As an aside when used as part of a prescription it means only if necessary. For example, if you have a prescription for ibuprofen every 4-6 hours prn. It means you CAN take the ibuprofen every 4-6 hours, but it is not mandatory to take it that frequently.
Answer: Crossing the arms in front of the chest makes the sit-ups easier than interlacing the fingers behind the head. Which is better depends on your fitness level and how hard you want the sit-ups to be.
Answer: A salary (or salaried) position is one that pays you a set amount regardless of how many hours you work. For example, if you make a salary of $2,000 every week, you may work 30 hours or 60 hours. Non-salaried (wage positions) earn a per hour, so the more hours you work, the more money you make. Generally, salaried positions pay more.
Answer: Because to some extent Blood supply to the stomch is increased and ther by improvingdigestion( Blood supply to lower parts of the body is blocked to someextent. Also you are not likely to over eat
Answer: Hello. I posted this ?. I found that when I checked the coil voltage in the start position, there was none. So I jumped the coil to the battery and the car started and ran in the run position without the jumper wire. There me be a bad wire somewhere. I installed a momentary switch to the coil for starting. Still curious about whats really wrong. Hope this will someday help someone else...
Answer: In what style? Ballet. First position, with both legs straight and the feet out to the side, like you would imagine a penguin. Second position, same with the feet about 1 and 1/2 feet apart, forth position, with the feet pointed out with one foot in front of the other and fifth position, where both feet are pointing outone foot in front of the other, touching. Difficult to describe look at some pictures.
Answer: The American rebels in the American Revolution were fighting for their rights and their country against the mother country, Britain. On the other hand, the Loyalists remained supportive of Britain against the rebels in the war.