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POSTPoint Of Sales Terminal
POSTPower On Self Test
POSTProgram to Optimize Simulated Trajectories
POSTPoint of Service Test
POSTPassive Optical Seeker Technique
POSTPrototype Ocean Surveillance Terminal
POSTPolice Officer Standardized Training
POSTPost Outage Study Team
POSTPortable Optical Sensor Tester
POSTProject Organizing Substitute Teachers
POSTPre-Odin Staging Tool (Operational Dependencies Information Network)
POSTPortable Operational Support Terminal
POSTParanormalists of South Texas
POSTPeninsula Open Space Trust (Menlo Park, CA)
POSTPacific Ocean Shelf Tracking Project
POSTPhysician Office Staff Training
POSTPhysician Orders for Scope of Treatment (living will document)
POSTParliamentary Office of Science and Technology (UK, ESRC)
POSTPeace Officer Standards and Training
POSTPolice Officer Standards and Training
References in classic literature ?
Of course, a gentleman who finds a letter on the pavement feels bound to post it, and I presumed that he would naturally go to the nearest office.
Every partner who had charge of an interior post, and a score of retainers at his Command, felt like the chieftain of a Highland clan, and was almost as important in the eyes of his dependents as of himself.
At length it was found necessary to establish fortified posts at the confluence of the rivers and the lakes for the protection of the trade, and the restraint of these profligates of the wilderness.
Not a word of comment on the disaster of the morning escaped him when Magdalen returned and found him at his post.
If I tear them up, he will know by to-morrow's post that you are the woman who visited him in Vauxhall Walk.
she said, letting fall the hand with which she had grasped the door post.
Suppose a man -- a civilian and student of hanging -- should elude the picket post and perhaps get the better of the sentinel," said Fahrquhar, smiling, "what could he accomplish?
The Englishmen were escorted to a provisional post established on the bank of the river, where they found the most assiduous attention, and every thing to supply their wants.
Every two weeks a dust-covered trooper would trot his jaded mount into the post and deliver a bulging sack of mail at headquarters.
Thirdly, as proof that the position on which the battle was fought had not been foreseen and that the Shevardino Redoubt was not an advanced post of that position, we have the fact that up to the twenty-fifth, Barclay de Tolly and Bagration were convinced that the Shevardino Redoubt was the left flank of the position, and that Kutuzov himself in his report, written in hot haste after the battle, speaks of the Shevardino Redoubt as the left flank of the position.
Mademoiselle Stangerson went to the Post Office to get a letter, which Larsan says was written by Robert Darzac; for knowing nothing of what had passed at the Elysee, Larsan believes that it was Monsieur Darzac himself who stole the reticule with the key, with the design of forcing her consent, by getting possession of the precious papers of her father--papers which he would have restored to him on condition that the marriage engagement was to be fulfilled.
They removed their emporium from Astoria to Fort Vancouver, a strong post on the left bank of the Columbia River, about sixty miles from its mouth; whence they furnished their interior posts, and sent forth their brigades of trappers.