ADEPT


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AcronymDefinition
ADEPTAlexandria Digital Earth Prototype
ADEPTAntibody-Directed Enzyme Pro-Drug Therapy
ADEPTAssisting, Developing, and Evaluating Professional Teaching
ADePTAnalytical Design Planning Technique (UK)
ADEPTAlcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Team
ADEPTAutomatic Debiting and Electronic Payment for Transport
ADEPTAdvanced Design Environment Prototype Tool
ADEPTAdministrative Data Entry for Processing Transmission
ADEPTApplying Diagnosis, Etiology, Prognosis & Therapy (methodological filters for retrieving the evidence)
ADEPTAsynchronous Distance Education Project (Stanford University)
ADEPTAdaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Testset
ADEPTA Developmental English Proficiency Test (education)
ADEPTAutomated Disaster and Emergency Planning Tool (communicable disease control)
ADEPTAdvanced Dundee Endoscopic Psychomotor Tester (two-handed performance)
ADEPTAdvanced Distributed Engineering and Programming Toolset
ADEPTAcquisition of Desktop Extended Processing Technology (USPS)
ADEPTAdvanced Distributed Environment for Production Technology
ADEPTAssisting in Deployment of Energy Practices and Technologies program (US DoE)
ADEPTAdvanced Design Electronic Packaging Technique
ADEPTAnalysis-based Data Exchange for Publications and Training (DoD)
ADEPTAnatomically Design-Engineered Polymer Technology
ADEPTAutomated Deposit of Electronic Payment for Taxes
ADEPTAssociation of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (UK)
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Boxing, rat-hunting, the fives court, and four-in- hand driving were then the fashion of our British aristocracy; and he was an adept in all these noble sciences.
An adept in the business, standing at the box and seeing by the mere action of the elbow where each put his ball, scowled with annoyance.
Tope by shifty resources in which he is an adept, Deputy peeps, sharp-eyed, through the bars, and stares astounded from the threatener to the threatened.
Claire, never an adept at patience, just succeeded in swallowing the remark that sprang into her mind.
Without alluding to the woman's career as a thief, I will merely remark that her letter proves her to have been an adept at deception, on her own showing; and I argue from that, that I am justified in suspecting her of not having told the whole truth.
When he had achieved this task, he applied himself to the acquisition of stable language, in which he soon became such an adept, that he would perch outside my window and drive imaginary horses with great skill, all day.
I was pretty good at most exercises in which countryboys are adepts, but, as I was conscious of wanting elegance of style for the Thames - not to say for other waters - I at once engaged to place myself under the tuition of the winner of a prizewherry who plied at our stairs, and to whom I was introduced by my new allies.
An absolute or qualified negative in the executive upon the acts of the legislative body, is admitted, by the ablest adepts in political science, to be an indispensable barrier against the encroachments of the latter upon the former.
Questions daily occur in the course of practice, which prove the obscurity which reins in these subjects, and which puzzle the greatest adepts in political science.
The river deities, however, like those of the sea, were to be propitiated by a bribe, and the infliction of these rude honors to be parried by a treat to the adepts.
For these abnormal insights of the adepts ought to be normal, and things of course.
You women are greater adepts than we in refined treachery," he said, nodding.