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APTAmerican Public Television
APTAdvanced Package Tool (Linux)
APTAdvanced Persistent Threat (intelligence security)
APTAssociation for the Prevention of Torture
APTArbitrage Pricing Theory
APTAssociation for Preservation Technology
APTArtist Pension Trust
APTAsia-Pacific Telecommunity
APTAdvances in Psychiatric Treatment
APTAlabama Public Television
APTAdvanced Power Technology (Richardson Electronics)
APTAlliance for Public Technology
APTAutomatic Picture Transmission
APTAmmonium Paratungstate (tungsten refining)
APTAsset Protection Trust
APTAlliance of Professional Tattooists
APTAutorisation Provisoire de Travail (French: Temporary Work Permit)
APTAttached Proton Test (chemistry)
APTAssociation of Polysomnographic Technologists
APTAccelerator Production of Tritium
APTAutomatically Programmed Tool
APTAdministrative, Professional and Technical (staff)
APTAddress Pass Through
APTAdvanced Platform Technology
APTAutomated Pit Trading
APTAccelerated Pavement Test
APTApartamiento (apartment; postcode use, Puerto Rico)
APTAmerican Players Theater (Spring Green, WI)
APTApplied Potential Tomography
APTAutomatic Public Toilet
APTAutomatic Photometric Telescope
APTAdvanced Photoscale Technology (Brother)
APTAccelerated Planning Technique
APTAircrew Procedures Trainer
APTAmide Proton Transfer
APTAlliance for Photonic Technology
APTA Practical Transit-Mapping Service
APTAssociation of Pensioneer Trustees
APTAquaculture Production Technology, Ltd (Israel)
APTAtomic Polar Tensor
APTAcquisition Pointing and Tracking
APTAssociation for Public Transportation, Inc
APTAdvanced Pirate Technology
APTAdvanced Plume Treatment
APTArranged Passenger Transport
APTAnalytic Perturbation Theory
APTAutomatic Programming of Tools
APTAlliance for Productive Technology (insurance, SEMCI)
APTApplication Productivity Tool
APTAir Passenger Tariff
APTAdvanced Personnel Testing
APTAssociation of Professional Tattooists
APTAmerican Pneumatic Tool, Inc. (Gardena, California)
APTAsia Pacific Transport Pty Ltd (Australian rail-building consortium)
APTAir Passenger Terminal
APTAdvanced Predictive Technology
APTActive Process Table
APTAmerican Phone Terrorists
APTAssociated Pharmacists and Toxicologists
APTAwaiting Pilot Training (US Air Force)
APTAdvanced Power Technologies Center (multi-university consortium)
APTAmerican Portable Telecommunications
APTAntarctic Passenger Terminal (New Zealand)
APTAdaptive Phase Tracking
APTAutomatic Program Tool
APTAT&T Pre-Paid Technology (pre-paid long distance, wireless, etc)
APTActive Pulse Train
APTAugmented Programming Training
APTAnnular Proton Telescope
APTAll-Purpose Tire
APTAutomatic Picture Test
APTAcademy for Power & Transportation
APTAnnual Planning Table
APTAspirin Provocation Test
APTAdvanced Personnel Training
APTAunis Poker Tour (France)
APTAutomatic Progression Trunk
APTAll-Purpose Terminal
APTAdaptive Polling Technique
APTAdvanced Passive Technology (BMDO)
APTAirborne Pointing & Tracking
APTAll Purpose Tape
APTAcoustic Proficiency Trainer
APTAlumprecipitated Toxoid
APTAutomatic Parameter Test
APTAutomatic Planning and Technology
APTAccident Prevention Team
APTAbuse Prevention Training (various organizations)
APTAccounting Production Transfers (oil & gas)
APTAzienda Promozione Turistica (Italian: Tourist Promotion Company)
APTAdvanced Passenger Train
References in classic literature ?
The fact is, count," answered the mother, agreeably flattered, "he has great aptitude, and learns all that is set before him.
I hope you will apprehend my meaning, and will explain to any one of your chief men who may be dining with yourself and your family when you get home, that we have an hereditary aptitude for accomplishments of all kinds.
He was the son of a banker at Lyons named Particelli, who, after becoming a bankrupt, chose to change his name to Emery; and Cardinal Richelieu having discovered in him great financial aptitude, had introduced him with a strong recommendation to Louis XIII.
With all their national aptitude at expedient and resource, Wyeth and his men felt themselves completely at a loss when they reached the frontier, and found that the wilderness required experience and habitudes of which they were totally deficient.
At about the week's end from his return to Mansfield, Tom's immediate danger was over, and he was so far pronounced safe as to make his mother perfectly easy; for being now used to the sight of him in his suffering, helpless state, and hearing only the best, and never thinking beyond what she heard, with no disposition for alarm and no aptitude at a hint, Lady Bertram was the happiest subject in the world for a little medical imposition.
The young lady's aptitude for playing a part at short notice was remarkable.
It is further recorded in the same books that he showed a great aptitude for mathematical studies as well as map-making, and carried away a prize (The Life of Lord Lawrence, tree-calf, two vols.
When the decadence attacks a nature naturally proud and selfish and vain, and lacking both the aptitude and habit of self-restraint, the development of the disease is more swift, and ranges to farther limits.
She felt it with a mother's anguish to be a move in the Wat Tyler direction, well knowing that Sir Leicester had that general impression of an aptitude for any art to which smoke and a tall chimney might be considered essential.
At first the work had been tolerable from its novelty, but now it grew irksome; and when he discovered that he had no aptitude for it, he began to hate it.
Rogojin is not fair to himself; he has a large heart; he has aptitude for sympathy.
It became manifest that the gaunt young man, whose name, it seemed, was Laurier, was a leader both by position and natural aptitude.