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AcronymDefinition
ATTAttorney
ATTAmerican Telephone and Telegraph, Inc. (AT&T)
ATTAttention
ATTAttached
ATTAll The Time
ATTAt This Time
AttAttic (linguistics)
ATTAttitude
ATTApprentice(ship) Technical Training
ATTAtentamente (Spanish)
ATTAttenuator
ATTAssociation of Taxation Technicians (UK)
ATTAttard (postal locality, Malta)
ATTAmerican Tobacco Trail
ATTAverage Talk Time (telemarketing)
ATTAnti-Theft Technology (Intel Corp.)
ATTAuthorization to Transport (firearm permit, Canada)
ATTalt.toys.transformers (newsgroup)
ATTAccess to Technologies
ATTAnti-Torpedo Torpedo
ATTAdvanced Transportation Technologies
ATTAntithrombotic Trialists'
ATTAgents in Traffic and Transportation (Workshop)
ATTAssociated Talmud Torahs
ATTArmy Training Test
ATTAdvanced Theater Transport
ATTAthletic Therapy Today
ATTAnterior Tibial Translation
ATTAdvanced Training Technologies
ATTAutomatic Target Tracking
ATTAmmonia Tolerance Test
ATTAmerican Top Tools
ATTAdvanced Tree Technology (investment timber)
ATTAntitetanus Toxoid (vaccination)
ATTAdvanced Transport Technology
ATTassign terminal type (US DoD)
ATTAttitude Retention System (aviation)
ATTAutomatic Toll Ticketing
ATTAircraft Total Time (aviation inspection)
ATTAutomatic Trunk Testing
ATTAdvanced Tank Technologies
ATTAegis Test Team
ATTAlternative to Transplant (medicine)
ATTApplied Transmission Technologies
ATTArmored Troop Transport
ATTASEAN Travel and Tours
ATTAll Thrust Termination
ATTAerosol Transport Test
ATTAutomatic Trunk Test (system)
ATTAssembly Task Team
ATTAsynchronous Thread Termination
ATTAdvanced Testing Technology
ATTAcoustic Target Tracker
ATTAdvanced Technologies and Travel
ATTAutomatic Turbine Testing
ATTAutomatic Tank Target
ATTAnaerobic Treatment Technology
ATTArmy Transformation Team
ATTAir Touch-Teletrac
ATTAuthorization to Tool
ATTAdvanced Tilting Train
ATTAir Tightness Testing
References in classic literature ?
I protest against having paid the smallest attention to any one else.
And although the House of Representatives is not immediately to participate in foreign negotiations and arrangements, yet from the necessary connection between the several branches of public affairs, those particular branches will frequently deserve attention in the ordinary course of legislation, and will sometimes demand particular legislative sanction and co-operation.
He began to feel the danger of paying Elizabeth too much attention.
The most profound silence pervaded the apartment, and George was enabled to finish his piece with a spirit that increased with the attention.
Elizabeth soon discovered that she divided the attention of the congregation with Mr.
I hope," said he, "your majesty has paid no attention to the vain declamations which the solitude and disgust familiar to kings suggest to the happiest dispositions?
The yellow men devoted all their attention to me, nor were they long in discovering that the three of them were none too many to defend the armory against John Carter.
Now, will those of our readers who possess the power of generalizing an image or an idea, as the expression runs in the style of to-day, permit us to ask them if they have formed a very clear conception of the spectacle presented at this moment, upon which we have arrested their attention, by the vast parallelogram of the grand hall of the palace.
The king had expressly declared that, so long as he remained under Fouquet's roof, he did not wish his own different repasts to be served in accordance with the usual etiquette, and that he would, consequently, dine with the rest of society; but by the thoughtful attention of the surintendant, the king's dinner was served up separately, if one may so express it, in the middle of the general table; the dinner, wonderful in every respect, from the dishes of which was composed, comprised everything the king liked and generally preferred to anything else.
He stood in full view of the audience, well aware that he was attracting everyone's attention, yet as much at ease as though he were in his own room.
The Saw-Horse paid no attention whatever to this command, and the next instant brought one of his wooden legs down upon Tip's foot so forcibly that the boy danced away in pain to a safer distance, from where he again yelled:
Across the trail from Werper the lion crouched for the spring, when suddenly his attention was attracted toward the horseman.