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pp.

abbr.
1. pages
2. prepaid
3. postpaid

pp.

abbreviation for
(Journalism & Publishing) pages
Translations

pp.

ABBR =pagespágs.

pp.

abbr =pagespp.
References in classic literature ?
I quote the questions and answers as given in the official report pp.
As these circumstances, apparently so trifling, occur in two distant continents, we may feel sure that they are the necessary results of a common cause -- See Pallas's Travels, 1793 to 1794, pp.
On defamation cases, Peter Rushton, "Women, Witchcraft, and Slander in Early Modern England: Cases from the Church Courts of Durham, 1560-1675," Northern History, XVIII (1982), pp.
Al-Adab in Its Fourteenth Anniversary," Al-Adab 14 (1 January, 1966), pp.
An Introduction to Limited Liability Companies," The Practical Tax Lawyer, December 1992, pp.
Machine Groomed Snow-MGS: Loose granular snow that has been repeatedly groomed by power tillers so that the texture is halfway between LSGR & PP.
Phaidon Press has done a great service for Rudolf Nureyev, as well as for his admirers, by publishing Nureyv (distributed by Chronicle Books, 240 pp.
Thus, the morphology of these blends is not dependent on the crystallization of the PP.
Renewable Energies for Central Asia Countries: Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts Aldo Iacomelli, ed New York:Springer, 2005, 182 pp.
1, Shakespeare's Times, Texts, and Stages, xii + 472 pp.
On the other hand, industry sources note that PET containers are typically 15% lighter than PP and cycle times for both preforms and bottles are significantly longer for PP.