PTP

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AcronymDefinition
PTPProtein-Tyrosine Phosphatase
PTPPoint-To-Point
PTPProgress of Theoretical Physics (monthly journal)
PTPPay Money to My Pain (band)
PTPPicture Transfer Protocol
PTPPaid to Promote (marketing)
PTPPeer-To-Peer
PTPPrecision Time Protocol (IEEE 1588)
PTPPermiso Temporal de Permanencia (Spanish: Temporary Permit of Permanence)
PTPPast Participle
PTPPermission to Post
PTPParallel Track Path (DVD mastering system)
PTPPeak-To-Peak (ratio)
PTPPeak to Peak (voltage fluctuations)
PTPPackage Test Procedure
PTPPerformance Test Platform
PTPPeer to Peer
PTPPci to Pci
PTPParallel Track Path
PTPPoint to Point
PTPParcel Transfer Protocol
PTPPartition to Partition
PTPPrecision Time Protocol
PTPPre-Press to Print
PTPProgramme de Transition Professionnelle (French: Professional Transition Program; Belgium)
PTPPursue the Passion (career counseling)
PTPPart Time Poker (website)
PTPPeople to People
PTPPort of Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia)
PTPPower to the People
PTPPotomac Theatre Project (Vermont)
PTPPublicly Traded Partnership
PTPParent Teacher Partnership (various schools)
PTPPermitted Third Party
PTPPractical Training for Professionals (UK)
PTPPost Transfusion Purpura (potentially lethal complication of blood transfusion)
PTPPay to Play (gaming)
PTPProcure to Pay (business process used especially when design enterprise resource planning system)
PTPPolicy on Transfer Payments (Canada)
PTPPrimary Treating Physician
PTPPiedmont Triad Partnership (North Carolina)
PTPPre-Tax Profit
PTPPackage Treatment Plant (various companies)
PTPPromise to Pay
PTPPathways to Peace (Larkspur, CA)
PTPPurchase to Pay (SAP module)
PTPPrevention Through People
PTPPerformance Transparency Protocol
PTPPaper Tape Punch
PTPPardon The Pun
PTPPeople's Transportation Plan
PTPProfessional Training Partnership (UK)
PTPPart-Time Player (sports)
PTPPart Time Permanent
PTPPrime Time Player
PTPPosttetanic Potentiation
PTPPre-Test Probability
PTPProfessional Transportation Planner (certification; Institute of Transportation Engineers)
PTPPre-deployment Training Program (US Marine Corps)
PTPProfessional Tax Preparer
PTPPermutation Tail Probability
PTPPart-Time Position
PTPPoints to Ponder (military after-action reviews)
PTPProgramming the Psychodrill (band)
PTPPick Tennessee Products (marketing program; Tennessee Department of Agriculture)
PTPPreviously Treated Psychosis
PTPPresent Time Problem (Scientology)
PTPPointe A Pitre, Guadeloupe - Le Raizet (Airport Code)
PTPPort Tobacco Players (actors)
PTPProgrammable Telemetry Processor
PTPProduct Test Panel (various organizations)
PTPPhoto Transfer Protocol
PTPAssociation of Professional Team Physicians
PTPPage Table Pointer
PTPPersonal Tech Pipeline (web newsletter)
PTPPress Through Packaging (blister packaging)
PTPPart to Print
PTPPhysical Termination Points
PTPProfessions Training Program
PTPProgram Test Plan
PTPPre-Task Planning
PTPPreferred Technology Program
PTPPriston Tale Philippines (gaming)
PTPPath Termination Point
PTPPre-Treatment Plant
PTPPost Tax Profit
PTPPayload Tactical Planning
PTPPass Through Price
PTPPolskie Towarzystwo Prózniowe (Polish Vacuum Society)
PTPPartial Transition Probability
PTPPhase Three Planning
PTPPractical Training Publications
PTPPowerful Text Programming Language
PTPProcess Test Plan/Procedure
PTPPrepaid Travel Program
PTPPengkalan Tanjung Pelepas (Tanjung Pelepas Port, Johor, Malaysia)
PTPPrescriptive Transitional Program
PTPPersonal Transport Performance (automotive)
PTPPretty Terrific Person
PTPProject Transition Plan
PTPPerpetual Training Program
PTPPerfectly Timed Photos (website)
PTPP-Town Players (gaming, Halo)
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WOLVISTON'S first team will pay to play against an Old Boys XI in a fund-raiser for a cause that is close to home.
According to Japanese publisher Capcom, which put out both games, the reason is simple: It's not a paying member of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, and won't "pay to play."
But many feel that "pay to play" assessments for school activities are unfair, door-to-door promotions hold inherent dangers for students, and supporters may be reluctant to buy overpriced "$20 wrap ping paper and $15 boxes of chocolate with six pieces in it for a fired-raiser," as one parent said.
The prospect of Wales being forced to pay to play stars such as Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy has moved a step closer.
Pay to Play by Andre Lewis Blakk-A-Blakk Publishing, January 2005 $12.95, ISBN 0-975-53421-1
We didn't have to pay but bands having to pay to play sounds like extortion to me.
People who support the fees say that schools strapped for cash would have to cut their activities if students didn't pay to play. Critics argue that school districts, not students, are responsible for financing extracurricular activities, and that charging fees is unfair.