American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Computer Science point to point protocol
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Symbols representing the word pianissimo.
- n. pearly penile papules
- abbr. public–private partnership
- point-to-point protocol
- purchasing power parity
- n. surgical resection of unnecessary palatal and oropharyngeal tissue to open the airway; intended to cure extreme cases of snoring (with or without sleep apnea)
“In fact, there is no formal definition of the term PPP, no concept for its development, and no list of industries where such partnerships could be used.”
“They made derivatives of acetylene and engineered a compound, which they call PPP, to test against IspH.”
“PPP is useless in this case, but since the fall of the dollar (during the Bush years), it is all conservatives want to use.”
“The PPP is the only party in Pakistan with a national presence - if small in many places - but its government also depends on a fragile coalition with smaller parties.”
“As PPP's Tom Jensen notes, he has also seen his own popularity increase from a 27/50 favorable/unfavorable rating in PPP's August polling to a 45/44 rating in the latest survey.”
“But PPP is even worse, a meaningless number made up by development economists and international bureaucrats. tomemos Says:”
“PPP is a worse measure than nominal GDP, since it depends entirely on assumptions made by the statistician.”
“(PPP is a Democratic-affiliated firm that conducts automated, rather than live caller, interviews.)”
“The trendlines in PPP's polling are encouraging for Manchin, though.”
“PPP is making me think the Obama Rubicon is crossed south of (Bush) 43.”
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