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- n. the ISO 639-1 code for Portuguese (cf por)
- abbr. physical training; a physical education class in grade school.
- abbr. point
- abbr. part
- abbr. patient
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Blogger Isaias Edson Sidney [pt] is so disgruntled that he has written an open letter to the deputy:
Also some insurance company will refuse to pay the pt pay bill even the pt is not well enough to go home.
If you click the above link and look at the trophy pics the 8 pt is a deer I shot in MO in 07.
Once someone identified the appropriate tool for measuring brain fuzziness, they could do testing pre-GnRHa, post-GnRHa, then perhaps w/add-back and then do long term f/u once the pt is off GnRHa.
Workers force-feed the ducks so they develop a disease called hepatic lipidosis, Noyes states before cutting to an avian veterinarian, Laurie Siperstein-Cook, who says, A friend of mine refers to pt as hepatic lipidosis on toast.
On April 3rd 2007, Mizz Monique wrote: buying a pt is one thing, but diapers and baby supplies … .. is it too soon, or real late?
When these are done in a terrine mold, they are called pt en croute, and when they are free form, they become the English meat pie.
Courier 12 pt. is * bigger* than Times 12 pt. (despite the fact that both are 12 pt. size fonts) because Times is variable-width, while Courier is fixed-width.
R100, Rt be the resistances of pure platinum at 0°, 100°, and t° C. respectively, then the platinum temperature pt is defined as pt = 100 X (Rt-R0)/(R100-R0)
StEFaN: implementati si voi un spoiler tag pt comentarii
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