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PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.

PP

Abbreviation for:
palpable purpura
pancreatic polypeptide
pancreatic pseudocyst
paradoxical pulse
peak pressure
perfusion pressure
patient pathway, see there 
pentose phosphate
perfusion pressure
periodic paralysis
Peyer’s patch
phenylpyruvate
pinprick
placenta praevia
Planned Parenthood
plasmapheresis
plaster of Paris
polypeptide
portal pressure
positive pressure
posterior parietal
posterior pituitary
postpartum
postpartum period
post prandial
precocious puberty
prepubertal
primary provider
private patient
private physician
private practice
promoter protein
Prospective Payment
protein phosphatase
protoporphyrin
proximal phalanx
pseudomyxoma peritonei
pterygoid process
pulmonary pressure
pulse pressure
Purkinje potential
pustular psoriasis
pyrophosphate

PP

1. Pancreatic polypeptide.
2. Paradoxical pulse.
3. Partial pressure.
4. Periportal.
5. Permanent partial–dentistry.
6. Plasma protein.
7. Plasmapheresis.
8. Polypeptide.
9. Postpartum.
10. Posterior parietal–cortex, brain.
11. Posterior pituitary.
12. Postprandial.
13. Preferred provider.
14. Protein phosphatase.
15. Proximal phalanx.
16. Psychological profile.
17. Pulse pressure.

PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.

PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.
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To create a breathtaking pianissimo, the pianist can bring the weight of hand and arm to rest just below the surface of the key, about one-third of the way down, before giving it the final swing to the bottom.
Notable, in this performance, were the highly charged, pianissimo moments - culminating in the long silence at the work's conclusion.
His robust baritone blended beautifully with that of American lyric soprano Theresa Santiago (the Countess), whose vocal control, especially in her pianissimo passages, was very moving.
Though marked pianissimo and dolce, Piano I intensifies the accompaniment of the bell effects by passing from quadruplet sixteenth to triplet sixteenth to octuplet thirty-second notes at a mezzopiano level before resuming the melody.
The technical glitter of the Ravel was delivered with just the right nonchalant precision, and the third-movement passacaglia's ascetic aura was captured effectively in the only genuinely pianissimo piano playing of the evening.
His robust baritone voice blended beautifully with American lyric soprano Theresa Santiago's Countess, whose vocally controlled, well-projected pianissimo passages were very moving.
The strings caught all the bristling excitement, while flute, oboe, bassoon and the rest of the woodwind choir provided some delightfully melodic, pianissimo interludes.
There was a burst of thickly textured chords before a final pianissimo, barely audible.
This was delivered with sensitively observed, gold-plated tone, displaying a barely suppressed savagery in the King Kastchei dance, and in the bridge from Berceuse to Finale producing a pianissimo so tantalisingly quiet you could hear the proverbial pin drop.
Here, the Mahlerian depression faded into a delicious pianissimo.
It was baptism by fire, but so life-affirming!" Her dark-hued lirico spinto, with a full spectrum of tone colors from powerful forte to the softest high pianissimo, makes one sit up and take notice.
Conducted on this occasion by Paul Iredale, the men impressed with their pianissimo harmonies in Schubert's lovely lullaby, Night, their fervent rendering of a Tom Jones melody, and their vocal antics in Alan Jenkins's irrepressible arrangement of Amen.