PTG

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AcronymDefinition
PTGPosttraumatic Growth (psychology)
PTGPlay The Game (online gaming)
PTGPlatinum Television Group (Deerfield Beach, FL)
PTGPortal to Go
PTGPattern Based Text Generator
PTGProgrammable Traffic Generator
PTGParties to Go (event services company; Islandia, NY)
PTGPomorskie Towarzystwo Genealogiczne (Polish: Pomeranian Genealogical Society)
PTGPietersburg, South Africa (Airport Code)
PTGPolymer Technology Group
PTGPatagonia (South American region)
PTGPearson Technology Group (Canada)
PTGPiano Technician's Guild (trade association of piano tuners and technicians)
PTGProcess and Technology Group (Ford)
PTGPolicy Transition Group (Australia)
PTGParent Teacher Guild
PTGProperty Tax Group (various locations)
PTGPyongyang Traffic Girl
PTGPremier Technology Group
PTGPeter the Great
PTGPhysical Training Gear
PTGPrecision Technology Group (Lake Mary, FL)
PTGPressure Time Governor (fuel injection system)
PTGPressure Technology Group (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
PTGPhoenix Timber Group (UK)
PTGParsons Transportation Group, Inc.
PTGProprietary Trading Group
PTGPath to Glory (game)
PTGPrecise Technology Group, Inc (Largo, MD)
PTGPaolathegate (band)
PTGPetroleum Technology Group (Norway)
PTGPorcine Thyroglobulin
PTGPlastics Technology Group (Bauer, Clinton Township, MI)
PTGPortal-To-Go
PTGPaper Towel Guy (Dilbert comic)
PTGplaned, tongued and grooved (timber)
PTGProfessional Travel Grant
PTGPan-American Technology Group (Panama City, Panama)
PTGMissile-Armed Patrol Boat (US Navy)
PTGPerturbative-Type Green Function
PTGPublic Transactional Group (purchasing segment)
PTGPolymerized Triglyceride
PTGPrecise Technologies Group, LLC (Washington, DC)
PTGPower Tail Gate (automotive)
PTGProfessional Traffic Graphics
PTGPowder Technology Group (University Carlos III of Madrid)
PTGPart Time Guy
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The systems will be based on Oracle's Portal-to-Go Internet software, which enables wireless devices to access any existing web or database application or content, including secure e-business applications.
Ellison also suggested yesterday that Oracle would set up a separate European company to market its recently-launched "Portal-to-Go" technology, which distributes internet applications to appliances.