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PTBPhysikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (Germany)
PTBPulmonary Tuberculosis
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PTBPower Tab (computer program format)
PTBPrevent the Bite (dog bite prevention program)
PTBPropensity to Buy
PTBPush the Button
PTBPre-Term Birth
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PTBPhineas Taylor Barnum (circus founder)
PTBPowers That Be
PTBPubtech Batchworks
PTBPolypyrimidine Tract Binding Protein
PTBPetit Train de Banlieue (French: Small Suburban Train; Senegal)
PTBPush to Break (electronic switch type)
PTBPortland Trail Blazers
PTBPass the Bud
PTBPlace to Be
PTBPass the Bong
PTBPassenger Terminal Building (aviation)
PTBPenn Treebank
PTBPatellar Tendon Bearing
PTBPortuguese Brazilian (language)
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PTBPetersburg, Virginia (airport code)
PTBPosition Task Book (wildfire qualification system for firefighters)
PTBPart Time Basis
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PTBPhysical Trade Balance
PTBPlease Text Back
PTBProclamation to Blue (band)
PTBPartial Test Ban (nuclear weapons)
PTBPhillips Taylor Brown (UK)
PTBPaul Thomas Band
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PTBPaid to Blog (online income program)
PTBPimp This Bum (homelessness prevention)
PTBPuro Tango Blast (Texas street/prison gang)
PTBPortadown True Blues
PTBPeer Transaction Bus
PTBPayroll Taxes and Benefits
PTBPakistan Technology Board (Ministry of Science and Technology; Pakistan)
PTBPersonal Touch Banking
PTBPaul the Bankie (Scottish football fan)
PTBProgram Time Base
PTBProtective Technology Branch
PTBPower Turbine Balance
PTBPatrol Torpedo Boat
PTBPaul Thorn Band
PTBProject Team Builder (Project Management Institute; software)
PTBPrimetime Ballers (Youth Basketball)
PTBPillsbury Throw Boys (basketball team; est. 2010)
PTBProfessional, Technical Business (UK)
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I should add that a Sino-Tibetan cognate of the Chinese word for "south" can now be cited: the form *nam 'ribs, chest, breast, sides of the body', reconstructed by Benedict (1972) for his Proto-Tibeto-Burman, corresponds regularly to the Old Chinese root *nim 'front of the body'.
For the etymology of this name, which seems to derive from a Proto-Tibeto-Burman verb "to be," see Matisoff 1985.
The following correspondences between Proto-Tibeto-Burman and Middle Chinese have been observed: