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PTSPoints
PTSPractical Test Standards
PTSParts
PTSParking and Transportation Services
PTSPatients
PTSPrinceton Theological Seminary (New Jersey)
PTSPost- och Telestyrelsen (Sweden)
PTSPost-Thrombotic Syndrome (deep vein thrombosis)
PTSPersistent Toxic Substances (environment)
PTSPut to Sleep
PTSpeseta
PTSPotential Trouble Source (Scientology)
PTSPermanent Threshold Shift
PTSPresentation Time Stamps (MPEG systems)
PTSPi-Tau-Sigma (Mechanical Engineering Honor Society)
PTSPerguruan Tinggi Swasta (Indonesian private university)
PTSPolice Technique et Scientifique (French: Forensic Scientist)
PTSPort Said (Egyptian automobile license plate)
PTSPressurized Thermal Shock
PTSPersonal Track Safety (railway)
PTSProprietary Trading System
PTSProject Tracking System
PTSPatient Transport Service
PTSProblem Tracking System
PTSPyruvoyltetrahydropterin Synthase
PTS6-Pyruvoyltetrahydropterin Synthase
PTSPrime Time Sports (Toronto Area TV & Radio Sports Talk Show)
PTSPseudo Terminal Slave
PTSPersonal Trainer Specialist
PTSPhilatelic Traders Society (England)
PTSPneumatic Tube System
PTSPost-Traumatic Syndrome
PTSParty of Work and Solidarity (Cape Verde)
PTSPositive Train Separation
PTSPartial Transmit Sequence
PTSPediatric Trauma Score
PTSProduction Tracking System
PTSProtocol Type Selection (ISO)
PTSPersonnel Tracking System
PTSPhystechsoft Ltd (disk operating system makers)
PTSPenilaian Tahap Satu (Malaysia education)
PTSPass-Through Security
PTSProperty Tax Software
PTSPermit Tracking System
PTSPlatinum Travel Service (American Express)
PTSProgress Tracking System
PTSPassport To Safety (UK)
PTSPrecision Technology Supplies, Ltd (Sussex, England)
PTSPhotofragment Translational Spectroscopy
PTSPalmer Trinity School
PTSPhotothermal Spectroscopy
PTSPer-Trunk Signaling
PTSPlayer Tracking System
PTSProcurement Tracking System
PTSPassive Treatment System
PTSPrecise Timing Station
PTSPermission to Sue
PTSPortable Training System
PTSPurchaser Technical Specification
PTSProduct Test System
PTSParticular Technical Specification
PTSPhrase Translation System
PTSProposal Tracking System
PTSPerformance Training Series (banking)
PTSPhoto-Type Setting
PTSPerformance Technical Specifications (construction)
PTSProjectile Tracking System
PTSPesticide Treated Sphere
PTSPacket Time Slot
PTSParallel Transaction System (IBM)
PTSPrecision Tracking System
PTSPopulation Transfer Spectroscopy
PTSPure True Sharing
PTSPerfect Trinomial Square (mathematics)
PTSProspect Treatment System
PTSPremiCide Treatment System (Metrex; solid/medical/hazardous waste disposal)
PTSPrincipal Tensile Stress
PTSParts Tracking System
PTSPaper Transport Speed
PTSPrecise Time System
PTSPulsed-Laser Photothermal Spectroscopy
PTSProperty Transfer Slip
PTSPaperless Transaction System
PTSPost Time System
PTSPeriodic Technical Survey
PTSPost Telephone Switch
PTSPresentation Task Set
PTSPape Taxi Service (New Richmond, WI)
PTSPrelaunch Test System
PTSPunch Through Stop
PTSPublic Transport Security
PTSPhosphotransferase
PTSPETRONAS (Petroliam Nasional) Technical Standard (oil industry; Malaysia)
PTSParis Tuning Show (car show)
PTSParent, Teacher, Student (conference)
PTSPart-Time Student
PTSPower Transmission Solutions, Inc. (Berkeley, CA)
PTSPublic Television Service (Taiwan)
PTSProperty Tax Services (various locations)
PTSPhoronix Test Suite (Linux software)
References in classic literature ?
There was humanity there in the rough, the materials the artist worked on; and Philip felt a curious thrill when it occurred to him that he was in the position of the artist and the patients were like clay in his hands.
For the first time, for many a long year past, the Doctor felt his pulse quicken its beat in the presence of a patient.
Soon after this comfortable declaration from his school master, the lad was removed to the house of the village doctor, a gentleman whose early career had not been unlike that of our hero where he was to be seen sometimes watering a horse, at others watering medicines, blue, yellow, and red: then again he might be noticed lolling under an apple-tree, with Ruddiman’s Latin Grammar in his hand, and a corner of Denman’s Midwifery sticking out of a pocket; for his instructor held it absurd to teach his pupil how to dispatch a patient regularly from this world, before he knew how to bring him into it.
He came himself to live with me in the character of a resident patient.
It may seem odd that with such pleasant habits he should have been given to the heroic treatment, bleeding and blistering and starving his patients, with a dispassionate disregard to his personal example; but the incongruity favored the opinion of his ability among his patients, who commonly observed that Mr.
Thus Roger Chillingworth scrutinised his patient carefully, both as he saw him in his ordinary life, keeping an accustomed pathway in the range of thoughts familiar to him, and as he appeared when thrown amidst other moral scenery, the novelty of which might call out something new to the surface of his character.
I come to ask your opinion, sir, on the state of my heart," she said; "and I am recommended by a patient, who has consulted you with advantage to herself.
The patient grew calmer every instant, and presently said, "You needn't tie me.
Whilst saying this, he felt the pulse of his patient.
Looking squarely now into the eyes of his patient, the physician said: "Three years ago the body of your old enemy, Atwell Barton, was found in the woods near his house and yours.
The reader may perhaps be surprized, that, instead of endeavouring to revive the patient, the learned gentlemen should fall immediately into a dispute on the occasion of his death; but in reality all such experiments had been made before their arrival: for the captain was put into a warm bed, had his veins scarified, his forehead chafed, and all sorts of strong drops applied to his lips and nostrils.
A KIND-HEARTED Physician sitting at the bedside of a patient afflicted with an incurable and painful disease, heard a noise behind him, and turning saw a cat laughing at the feeble efforts of a wounded mouse to drag itself out of the room.
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