PRAT


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AcronymDefinition
PRATPace, Rhythm and Timing
PRATPlysteer Residual Aligning Torque (tire performance factor)
PRATProduction Reliability Acceptance Test
PRATPrograma de Regularización y Administración de Tierras Rurales (Spanish)
PRATPoverty Rising Above the Time (song lyric)
PRATPredicted Range Against Target
PRATProcurement Review Board
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Richard nudged me, "Do you reckon?" He nodded to the new crowd; The Prat was greeting them all by name.
"Over the last five years, Vueling has been the engine of growth at El Prat Airport and now this new agreement will give us, Qatar and Vueling, the opportunity to further improve Fiumicino's network," said Eulex Cruz, president of Vueling.
"There are a lot of different owners and Shifting Power (fourth in the Newmarket Guineas and second in the Irish equivalent) is in the Jean Prat, as well as a race in New York.
Forty-six-year-old Mrs Prat has three children, aged seven, 14 and 16, who are trilingual in Welsh, English and Catalan - and the eldest two, Megan and Rhys, will be helping out in the restaurant.
And because prat is a rugby issue just as fat is a feminist issue, shouldn't we regard its victims with understanding, not condemnation?
Cook is merely a prat. The kind of prat we all know and have all worked with.
The following day, on 29 March, the airline launched the first non-stop flight from Barcelona's El Prat airport to Miami.