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TPTTransport
TPTTrumpet (music scores)
TPTThe Physics Teacher
TPTTrans Pennine Trail (UK)
TPTTrailer Park Trash
TPTTemporary Part Time
TPTTara Palmer-Tomkinson (UK celebrity)
TPTTrigger Point Therapy (massage treatment)
TPTTant pour Tant (French: so much for so much; equal parts; pastry making)
TPTTedlar Polyester Tedlar (solar panel material)
TPTTarget Practice Tracer
TPTThermodynamic Perturbation Theory
TPTThroughput Time
TPTTime Partition Testing (systematic test methodology)
TPTTactical PSYOPS (Psychological Operations) Team
TPTTraining Planning Team
TPTTechnology Planning Team
TPTThird Party Targeting
TPTThree-Point Turn (car)
TPTTest Progress Tone
TPTThe Peeping Toms (band)
TPTTwin City Public Television (Minnesota)
TPTTemporary Power Tap
TPTTotal Prime Time
TPTTransaction Protocol Table
TPTThor Power Tool Company
TPTTailpipe Temperature
TPTTowed Array Proficiency Training
TPTTibial-Peroneal Trunk
TPTTrue Positional Tolerances
TPTThe Pesticides Trust
TPTTreadle Paddy Thresher
TPTTeam Proficiency Training
TPTTest Program Tape
TPTTransparent Protocol Translation
TPTTransactional Privilege Tax
TPTTriphenyl Tetrazolium
TPTTV Party Tonight (TV show)
TPTTechnical and Professional Training (various organizations)
TPTTactual Performance Test
TPTTactical Jamming System Pod Tester (US Navy NAVSEA)
TPTTactical Petroleum Terminal
References in classic literature ?
At the flourish of clarions and trumpets, they started out against each other at full gallop; and such was the superior dexterity or good fortune of the challengers, that those opposed to Bois-Guilbert, Malvoisin, and Front-de-B
The shouts of the multitude, together with the acclamations of the heralds, and the clangour of the trumpets, announced the triumph of the victors and the defeat of the vanquished.
The trumpets had no sooner given the signal, than the champions vanished from their posts with the speed of lightning, and closed in the centre of the lists with the shock of a thunderbolt.
A few minutes pause having been allowed, that the combatants and their horses might recover breath, Prince John with his truncheon signed to the trumpets to sound the onset.
The child was at first quite terrified by the sight of these gaunt giants--for such they looked as they advanced with lofty strides beneath the shadow of the trees--but Short, telling her there was nothing to fear, blew a blast upon the trumpet, which was answered by a cheerful shout.
After lingering at the finger-post for a few minutes to see the stilts frisking away in the moonlight and the bearer of the drum toiling slowly after them, he blew a few notes upon the trumpet as a parting salute, and hastened with all speed to follow Mr Codlin.
In a word, the bugles, the horns, the clarions, the trumpets, the drums, the cannon, the musketry, and above all the tremendous noise of the carts, all made up together a din so confused and terrific that Don Quixote had need to summon up all his courage to brave it; but Sancho's gave way, and he fell fainting on the skirt of the duchess's robe, who let him lie there and promptly bade them throw water in his face.
All those trumpets are his, all those gilded housings are his, all those gentlemen wear swords that are his.
Fully grasping the rich and diverse history of the trumpet can be a bit overwhelming since it is an instrument that (more so than most stringed instruments) continually evolved for centuries before finally settling on what we now know as the modern trumpet.
I feel about the trumpet the same way I felt about snowboarding.
The insights from TRUMPET can directly impact our research and increase our understanding of important treatment considerations," said Jeffrey Bloss, M.
We started learning the pocket trumpet last September.