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POTPotentiometer
POTPlenty of Time
POTPotion (gaming)
POTProof of Time
POTPrinciples of Technology
POTProof of Technology
POTPosition of Trust (Australia)
POTPorterville (Amtrak station code; Porterville, CA)
POTPrince of Tennis (anime)
POTPower Over Time (gaming)
POTPart of Term (education)
POTPlan of Treatment
POTPoint Of Termination
POTPlain Old Telephone (service)
POTPoint of Transaction
POTPeak of Tension (polygraph testing)
POTPort of Tauranga (New Zealand)
POTMicrosoft PowerPoint Template (file extension)
POTPages of Testimony
POTPort of Toledo
POTPolska Organizacja Turystyczna (Polish: Polish Tourist Organization)
POTPathway of Toxicity
POTPower-On Test
POTPost-Operative Treatment
POTPlan de Ordenamiento Territorial (Spanish: Zoning Plan; various nations)
POTPatients Out of Time
POTPoint of Tangency
POTPower Point Template
POTPart of Title
POTPurchase Order Tracking
POTPremium Overtime
POTPerformance Oriented Training
POTPre-Operational Testing (engineering)
POTPlane of Tranquility (Everquest game)
POTPublic Off Topic
POTPoint on Tangent
POTPositional Orthostatic Tachycardia (syndrome)
POTPickle Onion Tomato
POTPlan of Test
POTPre-Overhaul Test
POTPenalty Overtime
POTPlenty of Torrents (website)
POTPort of Transshipment (shipping)
POTPortable Operators Terminal
POTPurchase Order Text (government procurement)
POTProgress, Ownership and Transparency (project characteristics; various organizations)
POTPhysician Optimized Treatment :-)
POTPharmaceutical Optimized Treatment :-)
POTPennsylvania-Ontario Transportation Company
POTPercent Off Tariff
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References in classic literature ?
Half-done!' answered the mouse, 'they are such odd names, they make me very thoughtful.' 'You sit at home,' said the cat, 'in your dark-grey fur coat and long tail, and are filled with fancies, that's because you do not go out in the daytime.' During the cat's absence the mouse cleaned the house, and put it in order, but the greedy cat entirely emptied the pot of fat.
The kind Mouse agreed, but the Cat slunk under the town wall to the church, and ate up half of the pot of fat.
"'How can I tell you where it is?' cried the poplar, and she held up all her branches in surprise, just as we hold up our hands--and down tumbled the pot of gold.
The blue- bottles buzzed about the wall, and a little old mouse picked over the rubbish among the jam pots.
It was one of his daily tasks to fetch his water from a well a couple of fields off, and for this purpose, ever since he came to Raveloe, he had had a brown earthenware pot, which he held as his most precious utensil among the very few conveniences he had granted himself.
No joy at a thing of so mean a nature was ever equal to mine, when I found I had made an earthen pot that would bear the fire; and I had hardly patience to stay till they were cold before I set one on the fire again with some water in it to boil me some meat, which it did admirably well; and with a piece of a kid I made some very good broth, though I wanted oatmeal, and several other ingredients requisite to make it as good as I would have had it been.
Eleven thousand dollars were already in the pot, and the markers were heaped in a confused pile in the centre of the table.
After I watched Antonia and her mother go over the hill on their miserable horse, carrying our iron pot with them, I turned to grandmother, who had taken up her darning, and said I hoped that snooping old woman wouldn't come to see us any more.
John did not find Meg's beauty diminished, though she beamed at him from behind the familiar coffee pot. Nor did Meg miss any of the romance from the daily parting, when her husband followed up his kiss with the tender inquiry, "Shall I send some veal or mutton for dinner, darling?" The little house ceased to be a glorified bower, but it became a home, and the young couple soon felt that it was a change for the better.
He was followed at a little distance by two sturdy natives bearing a steaming pot which they carried on a pole between them.
Micawber and his eldest son and daughter to punch, in wine-glasses, which he might easily have done, for there was a shelf-full in the room, served it out to them in a series of villainous little tin pots; and I never saw him enjoy anything so much as drinking out of his own particular pint pot, and putting it in his pocket at the close of the evening.
The landlord of the Spouter-Inn had recommended us to his cousin Hosea Hussey of the Try Pots, whom he asserted to be the proprietor of one of the best kept hotels in all Nantucket, and moreover he had assured us that cousin Hosea, as he called him, was famous for his chowders.