dTPM

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AcronymDefinition
dTPMDiscrete TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
dTPMDefend the Prime Minister (gaming)
dTPMData Transport Protocol Machine
dTPMDistributed Transaction Processing Monitor
dTPMDiscrete Time Packet Model
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He sought to defend the Prime Minister's statement, saying she was under "extraordinary pressure" and feels a "sense of frustration" - and said MPs have a "special responsibility" in a hung Parliament.
The entire issue cropped up after Gandhi, quoting some news reports, said the Defence Minister was spinning "mere lies" to defend the Prime Minister's "lies" on the Rafale deal when she had said that HAL was set to get orders worth around Rs one lakh crore during a Parliamentary debate in the Lok Sabha.
Being workers of PML-N, he said, the ministers were holding press conferences to defend the prime minister.
"She went to Grenfell Tower and she didn't speak to any residents - how is that engaging?" Mr Hudson's prompted panel member and Government Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Tobias Ellwood, to defend the Prime Minister.
To add to the confusion, No10 wheeled out junior minister James Wharton, to defend the Prime Minister's original comments - just hours before he backtracked.
As the Congress leaders scampered to defend the Prime Minister, what seemed to be troubling him the most is the damage it could do to his global image.
Vahanvati will then defend the prime minister in person at the supreme court on Tuesday.
Now we must rally behind him" - Cabinet Office Minister Tessa Jowell stumbles over her words as she tries to defend the Prime Minister.
Now we must rally behind him" Cabinet Office Minister Tessa Jowell stumbles over her words as she tries to defend the Prime Minister "I would be terrified that I'd be rude about somebody and have the whole country hate me" Author and song writer Sir Tim Rice on why he would not want to be a judge on Britain's Got Talent "When a politician decides to make a living of politics, that's the day he becomes corrupt" TV presenter and former politician Jerry Springer "I wear the lines on my face like a soldier wears his medals.
Wales' First Minister Rhodri Morgan spoke out to defend the Prime Minister after he failed to set a date for his departure yesterday.
First a millionaire author with a penchant for champagne and socialism calls him immoral and the Downing Street PR machine feels forced to churn out a succession of Ministers to appear on TV and radio to defend the Prime Minister, rather than just ignore it.
What has made it worse is the way that Downing Street reacted to defend the Prime Minister's position.