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pint

 [pīnt]
a unit of liquid measure; in the United States it is 16 fluid ounces, or the equivalent of 0.473 liter. In Great Britain, it is the imperial pint and is 20 fluid ounces, or the equivalent of 0.568 liter.

platinum

 (Pt) [plat´ĭ-num]
a chemical element, atomic number 78, atomic weight 195.09. (See Appendix 6.)

PT

Abbreviation for physical therapy, physical therapist, and prothrombin time.

Pt

Symbol for platinum.

PT

prothrombin time.

Pt

platinum.

PT

abbr.
1. physical therapy
2. physical therapist
3. prothrombin time

PT

abbr.
1. Pacific Time
2. part-time
3. patrol torpedo
4. physical therapy
5. physical training

pt

abbreviation for pint.

Pt

symbol for the element platinum.

PT

1 abbreviation for physical therapist.
2 abbreviation for physical therapy.
3 abbreviation for prothrombin time.

pt.

1 abbreviation for pint.
2 abbreviation for patient.

PT

Abbreviation for:
pain threshold
parathyroid
paroxysmal tachycardia
part time 
patellar tendon
patient 
performance test
pertussis toxin
phototherapy
phototoxicity
physical therapy
physiotherapy
pneumothorax
popliteal tendon
portal tract
posterior tibial
pretectal
prior treatment
proficiency testing
propylthiouracil
prothrombin time
pulmonary tuberculosis
pulp testing
pyramidal tract

PT

 
1. Parathyroid.
2. Patient.
3. Pertussis toxin.
4. Phototherapy.
5. Physical therapy.
6. Pneumothorax.
7. Posterior tibialis pulse, see there.
8. Proficiency testing, see there.
9. Propylthiouracil.
10. Prothrombin time, see there.

PT

Abbreviation for propylthiouracil;
prothrombin time;
physical therapy.

Pt

Symbol for platinum

PT,

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PT

Abbreviation for prothrombin time; physical therapy.

PT

prothrombin time.

Pt

chemical symbol, platinum.

pt

pint.
References in classic literature ?
cried Peter Goldthwaite, again, "to-morrow I will set about it.
Nay, in the exuberance of his feelings, he seized both of Tabitha's hands, and danced the old lady across the floor, till the oddity of her rheumatic motions set him into a roar of laughter, which was echoed back from the rooms and chambers, as if Peter Goldthwaite were laughing in every one.
Peter," said Tabitha, puffing and panting with her late gymnastics, "as fast as you tear the house down, I'll make a fire with the pieces.
It is humiliating to have to confess that this conceit of Peter was one of his most fascinating qualities.
You did a little," Peter said carelessly, and continued to dance.
She also said she would give him a kiss if he liked, but Peter did not know what she meant, and he held out his hand expectantly.
It was to the island that Peter now flew to put his strange case before old Solomon Caw, and he alighted on it with relief, much heartened to find himself at last at home, as the birds call the island.
Look at your night-gown, if you don't believe me," Solomon said, and with staring eyes Peter looked at his night-gown, and then at the sleeping birds.
When we got up to go, Peter looked about in perplexity for something that would entertain us.
Before we left, Peter put ripe cucumbers into a sack for Mrs.
But Peter Winn was a very busy man, with such large plans in his head and with so many reins in his hands that he quickly forgot the incident.
Yet, in the early morning Peter Winn learned by telephone that his sister's home in Alameda had been burned to the ground.