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ppt

abbr.
1. parts per thousand
2. parts per trillion
3. precipitate
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127 (90.7%) out of 140 students preferred PPT for overall effectiveness and satisfaction of the lecture delivery method 13(9.3%) out of 140 students preferred chalk board method for delivery of lecture.
The PPT revenue sharing system enables retailers to increase both the depth and breadth of their video inventory.
Google indicates the format in its list of search results by putting ppt in brackets before the title, as in this example:
PPT powders used for introducing in epoxy resin were additionally treated with water solution of the surfactant (weight ratio of surfactant:dry PPT = 1:100).
However, "PPT" featuring ensemble cast has fared better than "Heart Attack" at the US box office.
Symptoms that women with PPT experience are thought to be related to the phase of disease.
In a laboratory study, bass were shown to prefer salinity less that 3 ppt, and didn't survive salinity levels above 12 ppt.
CTC improved its share among its target audience (aged 654) by 0.4 ppt QoQ to 11.0%, but its share is still 0.2 ppt lower than a year ago.
Based on the standard oxygen transfer rate (SOTR, kg [O.sub.2] [h.sup.-1]) of 2-HP (1.5 kW) paddlewheel aerators in salinities 1, 13, 25 and 37 ppt (VINATEA; CARVALHO, 2007), it was possible to determine the rate of oxygen transfer at 20[degrees]C ([OTR.sub.20]) using Equation 3:
However, because PPT can cause both thyrotoxicosis (high thyroid hormone levels in the blood) and hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone levels in the blood) in the first year post partum, "you can't make a diagnosis of permanent thyroid disease" at that time, said Dr.
Because PPT can cause both thyrotoxicosis (high serum thyroid hormone levels) and hypothyroidism (low levels) in the first year post partum, "you can't make a diagnosis of permanent thyroid disease," at that time, said Dr.
Although ocean salinity is typically at or near 35 ppt (Dame 1996), in brackish water bivalves must change to hyperosmostic regulation of their body fluids (Deaton et al.