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PPPrepaid (shipping)
PPPianissimo (music)
PPPages
PPParcel Post
PPPowerPoint (Microsoft)
PPPiss Poor
PPPrivacy Policy
PPPush Pull
PPPurchase Price
PPProject Planning
PPPuzzle Pirates (gaming website)
PPProject Plan
PPProcess Planning
PPPrivate Party (classified ads)
PPProvincial Park
PPProposed Plan
PPProtection Profile
PPPiston Pump (automotive engineering)
PPProtein Purification
PPProgressive Party
PPPromise to Pay
PPProduction Phase
PPPublicaciones Periódicas
PPPropria Persona (Latin: for oneself)
PPProgram Package
PPProton Proton
PPProprietà Privata (Italian: No Trespassing)
PPPrivateer Press (online games store)
PPProcedural Programming
PPPréfecture de Police (France)
PPPrivate Passenger (vehicle owned by an individual)
PPProcurement Plan
PPProtection Profiles (IT security, informatics)
PPProtector Plus
PPPunjab Police (India)
PPPropulsion Power
PPPure Pwnage (Internet TV show)
PPPull Plug (gaming)
PPPrevoyance Professionnelle (French)
PPProcess Potential
PPPrinter's Proof (art)
PPPellagra Preventing
PPPurchasing Procedure
PPPower Pets
PPPound Puppy (toy and entertainment line)
PPPer Proxy
PPPrincipe de Paz (Guatemala, protestant church)
PPPer Procurationem (Latin: By Agency; letters signed on another person's behalf)
PPPróximo Passado (Portuguese: Prior)
PPPolarization-Preserving
PPPelican Parts
PPProblem Priority
PPPolarization Propagator
PPPriority Precedence
PPPraeses Provinciae (Latin: Ruler of the Province, epigraphy)
PPPerfect Prog (approach)
PPPorozumienie Polskie (Polish Accord)
PPPsychic Points (gaming, Earthbound)
PPPunctum Proximum (Latin: near point of accommodation)
PPParts Population
PPPraemissis Praemittendis
PPPneumo-Peritoneum (medical procedure)
PPPater Putativus (Latin: supposed father)
PPPublic Prosecuter
PPPublicidad Profesional (Guatemala advertisment agency)
PPPoetPatriot (website)
PPPrioritization Phase
PPPapa Pontifex (signature of the Pope)
PPPreterito Pasado (Spanish, grammar)
PPProfessional Plastering
PPPolaris Prime (Starcraft)
PPProduction Planner/Planning
PPProgram Plan/Planning
PPProgram/Procurement Plan
PPPerfectPass Control Systems Inc.
PPPotentiometer Plate
PPProjected Proponency
PPPacketpiece
PPPage Printer
PPPapua New Guinea
PPParish Priest
PPParticiple Phrase
PPPartido Popular (Spanish political party)
PPPassage Point
PPPast Participle
PPPatres
PPPay Period
PPPeak-to-Peak
PPPer Person
PPPer Protocol
PPPeripheral Processor
PPPeristaltic Pump
PPPermanent Party
PPPhysical Partition (IBM AIX)
PPPhysical Profile
PPPre-Processor
PPPresent Position
PPPressure Plan
PPPrimary Point (or Dial Post Pay Payphone)
PPPittsburgh Penguins
PPPoint Paper
PPPoled Polymer
PPPolypropylene
PPPope
PPPostage Paid
PPPower Panel
PPPower Plant (aircraft engine)
PPPower Play (Hockey)
PPPeople's Party (political party)
PPPostprandial (after meals)
PPParticular Person
PPPoppers (Isobutylnitrite)
PPPersonal Property
PPPractical Photography (Uk magazine)
PPPostpartum (Latin: After Birth)
PPPatriot Party (Guatemala)
PPPeople Person
PPPiece Part
PPPort Processor
PPPapp(-einband)
PPPopular Party (Spain)
PPPercentage Points
PPPollution Probe (workshop)
PPPinellas Plant (Florida)
PPPokemon Platinum (game)
PPPlot Plan (drafting and design)
PPPounds Pressure
PPPom Pom (cartoon character)
PPPerfect Play (gaming)
PPPrimary Pressure
PPPrevious Poster (message board thread)
PPPrincess Peach (Nintendo character)
PPPlane Partition (enumerative combinatorics)
PPPeople's Participation
PPPocket Protector
PPParadise Poker (online gaming)
PPParticle Physics
PPPilot Project
PPPre Preg (material type)
PPPing Pong
PPPater Patriae (Latin: Father of the Country, epigraphy)
PPPink Panther
PPPersonal Protection (clothing, health and safety)
PPPilot Production
PPPlatinum Piece (gaming)
PPPetr Prucha (hockey player)
PPParent Parcel
PPPeriodic Paralysis
PPPermittivity Probe (astronomy)
PPPrimary Path
PPPortable Part
PPPancreatic Polypeptide
PPPoint-To-Point
PPPower Pack
PPPower Plugs
PPPeru Posible (political party)
PPPolly Pocket (toy doll)
PPPersonne Physique (French)
PPPeak Power
PPPeer to Peer
PPPaul Pierce (basketball player)
PPProtein Phosphatase
PPPlasma Pistol (gaming)
PPPersonnel Protection
PPPayload Pointer
PPPartial Pressure
PPPreferred Plus (insurance)
PPParty Please (gaming)
PPPlus Postage
PPPeraturan Pemerintah (Indonesian: government regulations)
PPPositive Pressure
PPPreservation Pennsylvania
PPPoor Presentation (job applicant)
PPPlenum Pressure
PPPlanetary Protection (NASA)
PPPlateau Perspectives (Canada and Scotland)
PPPlanetary Program
PPPayPal (electronic payment website)
PPPolypeptide
PPPeter Pan
PPPerson to Person
PPPosterior Probability
PPPhilip Pullman (author)
PPPore Pressure
PPPrimary Production (ecology)
PPPathophysiology
PPParachute Press, Inc.
PPPrepolymer
PPPlastic Pipe
PPPavee Point (Ireland)
PPParticle Production
PPPersonal Pronoun
PPPersepolis
PPParallel Port (IEEE 1284-1994)
PPPhantom Planet
PPPointer Processor (ANSI)
PPParty Pooper
PPPartido Patriota (Spanish, Guatemala political party)
PPPlanned Parenthood
PPPower Points (Pokémon/anime gaming)
PPPrestige Points (gaming)
PPPrice Pfister
PPPrimo Piano (Italian: Close-Up; photography and filmmaking)
PPPrevious Period
PPPrimary Progressive (multiple sclerosis)
PPPeter Parker (Spiderman character)
PPPrepositional Phrase (grammar)
PPPeak Pressure
PPPolice Post
PPPremium Processing (US Department of Homeland Security)
PPPokemon Pearl (game)
PPPatient Placement (hospitals)
PPPre Production
PPParty Poker
PPPlasma Protein
PPPressure Plug
PPPoint to Point
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