PECT


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AcronymDefinition
PECTPeterborough Environment City Trust (UK charity)
PECTPusan East Container Terminal (South Korea)
PECTPrediction-Enabled Component Technology (computer research project; Carnegie Mellon University; Pittsburgh, PA)
PECTPositron Emission Computed Tomography (scanning studies)
PECTPneumatics Electronics and Control Technology
References in classic literature ?
So they played Robin Hood all the afternoon, now and then casting a yearning eye down upon the haunted house and passing a remark about the morrow's pros- pects and possibilities there.
He ex- pects to take her up the river the day after tomorrow.
The purpose of PECT is to share ideas, resources and creativity so that we can continue to reach out to the community to educate them about the court system, the independence of the judiciary, and the workings of the courts.
I've seen many eyes glaze over and confused looks when acronyms like PECT, EFTS, TEPS and CUAP * (to name just a few) are dropped into conversations and discussions on the topic.
It also provides wider pros- pects for the Saudi national downstream industries to enter automotive and other advanced industries.
In his new position, Carsweil Wilhoit oversees all as pects of manufacturing and daily facilities operations for Vecoplan, which is a leader in size reduction technologies.
August's data showed a greater squeeze on household finances across most jobs sectors monitored by the survey, especially education, health and social services, and man ufacturing, though there was less pressure on construction workers The figures showed UK households were slightly downbeat about pros pects for the next 12 months, although sentiment was a little better than in July.
POLICE are no longer looking for suspects after a dad was found on the side pects of the A66 with his penis chopped o.
CRO Scotland t OSAS woul to beat Eur pects Spain MARC CROSAS would love Euro 2012 expects to go out for victory against Craig Levein's on Tuesday.