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PNP

party and play

A term of art for the combination of recreational drug use (typically methamphetamine) and sexual play, usually gay male sex, either one-on-one or in groups.

PNP

Abbreviation for platelet neutralization procedure.
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"Establishing Abu Dhabi's credentials as a world-class destination with universal appeal across all global traveller demographics is our key mandate at DCT Abu Dhabi, and this collaboration with Plug and Play ADGM, in tandem with our local partners, will allows us to forge a framework where innovation can flourish, and the potency and reach of our global messaging can be enhanced," said H.E Saif Saeed Ghobash, Undersecretary at DCT Abu Dhabi.
Christian Hoepfner, centre director of Fraunhofer CSE and principal investigator on the Plug and Play PV project, said, 'What is particularly unique about this project is that it doesn't just stop at technology development but is a comprehensive approach, including integration with the utilities and jurisdictions.
Many of the vehicles have similar plug and play components, which simplifies the electrical system and maintenance.
AppShield is the first plug and play solution to provide complete security for eBusiness applications.
Also at WinHec, HP announced ChaiAppliance Plug and Play, its plan to incorporate Universal Plug and Play into its embedded systems alternative Java virtual machine clone.
As the largest innovation platform in the world, Plug and Play has supported many great startups and corporations within their network throughout the world.
UK airport group MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has announced its partnership with startup accelerator Plug and Play, the company said.
Willis Towers Watson announced an international InsurTech partnership with Plug and Play, a global innovation platform.
Under a partnership agreement with the Tokyo-based accelerator, a local office of Silicon Valley-based Plug and Play, Nissan aims to expand its network with startups in Japan and overseas.
The author also claims that relative to USE 2.0, FireWire cannot provide "Ease of installation," "hot plug and play," "cross platform compatibility," or "portability." Again, one wonders exactly what "special" definitions the author intended for these terms when the article was written.
Recently, some computer makers have been claiming that their machines are "plug and play"--which means all the user has to do is plug in a peripheral and it'll play flawlessly.