UPS


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UPSUnited Parcel Service
UPSUninterruptible Power Supply
UPSUniversal Power Supply
UPSUninterruptible Power System
UPSUniversite Paris-Sud (French: South Paris University; Paris, France)
UPSUniversity of Puget Sound
UPSUniversité Paul Sabatier (Tolouse, France)
UPSUlster Property Sales (UK)
UPSUniversal Press Syndicate
UPSUnified Parallel Software
UPSUnit Pump System
UPSUnix Product Support
UPSUtility Pricing Solutions
UPSUplink Product Support
UPSUniversity Policy Statement
UPSUseful Public Service (various locations)
UPSUninterrupted Power Source
UPSUnique Points of Sale
UPSUbiquitin-Proteasome System
UPSUniversal Polar Stereographic
UPSUltraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy
UPSUpdates Per Second (stock market data)
UPSUnfolded Protein Response
UPSUniform Particle Size
UPSUnits Per Second
UPSUnion pour Saint-Dié (French political association)
UPSUrgent Power Supply
UPSUnderground Press Syndicate
UPSUniversity Property Services (UK)
UPSUniversity Preparation School (California)
UPSUnder Provisions of Section
UPSUnion des Professeurs de Speciales (French: Union of Special Teachers; France)
UPSUnderwater Photographic Society
UPSUnited Protection Services (various locations)
UPSUniverse Positioning System
UPSUdruga Poslovnih Savjetnika (Croatian: Association of Management Consultants)
UPSUnix Print Services
UPSUnity Primary School (Singapore)
UPSUniversity Payroll Services (various schools)
UPSUtility Pricing Solutions (software: Hewlett-Packard)
UPSUnclaimed Property System (Wagers software used by many states to process unclaimed property)
UPSUser Planning System
UPSUniform Procurement System
UPSUnited Publicity Services plc (UK)
UPSUniversal Public School (India)
UPSUninterrupted Power Subsystem
UPSUnit Personnel Section
UPSUrban Planning Service (Australia)
UPSUniversal Polling System
UPSUniversal Plotting Sheet
UPSUniversal Politician's Suit
UPSUltraviolet Particle Sizer
UPSUndergraduate Professional Study (program)
UPSUnusual Pile of Sticks (geocaching)
UPSUniform Publications System
UPSUnpredictable Processing System
UPSUltraviolet Photoemisson Spectroscopy
UPSUltimate Protection Squad (FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1675)
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have you thought of the kind of men you would give me up to?
I hurried home with the precious volume, and shut myself into my little den, where I gave myself up to a sort of transport in it.
Anne watched them as she talked and somehow felt that wind and stars and fireflies were all tangled up together into something unutterably sweet and enchanting.
They've got a right to come up and buy drinks at the bar yonder forrard, and they take that chance to bribe somebody to keep watch on me--porter or boots or somebody.
The master tried to explain the matter; but he was really half dead with fatigue, and all that I could make out, amongst her scolding, was a tale of his seeing it starving, and houseless, and as good as dumb, in the streets of Liverpool, where he picked it up and inquired for its owner.
uttered in the character of Queen Elizabeth, was invested by her with such emphatic grace and dignity as to call up murmurs of approbation [87] which swelled into thunders of applause.
They were in a neighbourhood which looked like a toy neighbourhood taken in blocks out of a box by a child of particularly incoherent mind, and set up anyhow; here, one side of a new street; there, a large solitary public-house facing nowhere; here, another unfinished street already in ruins; there, a church; here, an immense new warehouse; there, a dilapidated old country villa; then, a medley of black ditch, sparkling cucumber-frame, rank field, richly cultivated kitchen-garden, brick viaduct, arch-spanned canal, and disorder of frowziness and fog.
I'd look nice sitting up to Aunt Eliza and yelling out that this was Uncle Jim and 'tother Cousin Sarah's twins, wouldn't I?
Let us now," said Wendy, bracing herself up for her finest effort, "take a peep into the future"; and they all gave themselves the twist that makes peeps into the future easier.
I have so named him because he could prick up only one of his ears.
Not only was he gambling as he had never gambled before, but he was gambling at the biggest table in the world and for stakes so large that even the case-hardened habitues of that table were compelled to sit up.
We should never have got the line if they hadn't taken the matter up and carried it through.