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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 ?
He approached, and addressing himself rather to Elinor than Marianne, as if wishing to avoid her eye, and determined not to observe her attitude, inquired in a hurried manner after Mrs.
That it denoted jealousy I could not say, and yet, judging all things by mundane standards as I still did, I felt it safer to affect indifference in the matter until I learned more surely Sola's attitude toward the object of my solicitude.
Of all youth's passions and pleasures, this is the most common and least alloyed; and every flash of Alan's black eyes; every aspect of his curly head; every graceful reach, every easy, stand-off attitude of waiting; ay, and down to his shirt-sleeves and wrist-links, were seen by John through a luxurious glory.
There was something very suggestive of a dog in the cringing attitude of the creature.
Haidee's only reply was to direct her servant by a sign to withdraw the tapestried curtain that hung before the door of her boudoir, the framework of the opening thus made serving as a sort of border to the graceful tableau presented by the young girl's picturesque attitude and appearance.
While within the influence of the lingering sunbeams, her attitude seemed indicative of joy -- but sorrow deformed it as she passed within the shade.
So I faced round quickly, and took up a position in the prow, where I leant with careless grace upon the hitcher, in an attitude suggestive of agility and strength.
Anna Mikhaylovna indicated by her attitude her consciousness of the pathetic importance of these last moments of meeting between the father and son.
Her cousin, Cassandra Otway, for example, had a very fine taste in music, and he had charming recollections of her in a light fantastic attitude, playing the flute in the morning-room at Stogdon House.
His garmenture was that of the ordinary Malay boatman, but there was that in his mien and his attitude toward his companions which belied his lowly habiliments.
He spoke in French, and held his hands in the attitude of prayer, so that he quite entirely misled the ruffians, who had no idea that he was communicating with the boy.
Look here," he said, with an attempt at good-humour, "you can at least abandon the official attitude for a moment with me.