POTS


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AcronymDefinition
POTSPerception of Teasing Scale
POTSParents Over the Shoulder
POTSPlain Old Time Sharing (operating systems)
POTSPost Office Telephone Service
POTSPurchase Of Telephones & Services
POTSPurchasing Online Tracking System (US NIH)
POTSPath Of The Shell (game Uru: Ages Beyond Myst)
POTSPlain Old Telephone System
POTSParting on the Square (Internet-Masonic Lexicon)
POTSPat on the Shoulder
POTSProtector of the Small (Tamora Pierce book)
POTSPiss Off, Tomorrow's Saturday (principally Australian slang)
POTSPlain Old Telephone Service
POTSPostural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
POTSPart of the Solution (New York)
POTSPrisoners of the Sun (comics)
References in classic literature ?
A gloomy wood," according to the one playbill, was represented by a few shrubs in pots, green baize on the floor, and a cave in the distance.
Fishiest of all fishy places was the Try Pots, which well deserved its name; for the pots there were always boiling chowders.
On a chief corner stood a lofty unpainted pole wreathed from top to bottom with tin pots and pans and cups, the chief tinmonger's noisy notice to the world (when the wind blew) that his shop was on hand for business at that corner.
He had pots an' pans an' odds an' ends, but mother had no money to buy anythin'.
On my imparting this discovery in confidence to Peggotty, she informed me that her brother dealt in lobsters, crabs, and crawfish; and I afterwards found that a heap of these creatures, in a state of wonderful conglomeration with one another, and never leaving off pinching whatever they laid hold of, were usually to be found in a little wooden outhouse where the pots and kettles were kept.
At length I found, as it were, a crack in the stone thrice as wide as a man can jump, and in length half a spear's throw, and near this crack stood great stones blackened by fire, and beneath them broken pots and a knife of flint.
One end of the apartment was unfurnished, except by the gymnastic apparatus, a photographer's camera, a ladder in the corner, and a common deal table with oil cans and paint pots upon it.
But if I should describe the kitchen grate, the prodigious pots and kettles, the joints of meat turning on the spits, with many other particulars, perhaps I should be hardly believed; at least a severe critic would be apt to think I enlarged a little, as travellers are often suspected to do.
There were jam pots and paper bags, and mountains of chopped grass from the mowing machine
The first thing that presented itself to Sancho's eyes was a whole ox spitted on a whole elm tree, and in the fire at which it was to be roasted there was burning a middling-sized mountain of faggots, and six stewpots that stood round the blaze had not been made in the ordinary mould of common pots, for they were six half wine-jars, each fit to hold the contents of a slaughter-house; they swallowed up whole sheep and hid them away in their insides without showing any more sign of them than if they were pigeons.
Many cooking pots were now in evidence about the village.
So now, when Robin Hood and the Tinker came thereto and called aloud for two great pots of ale, none would have known from look or speech that the host had ever set eyes upon the outlaw before.