RTTP

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AcronymDefinition
RTTPReturn to the Pit (radio show)
RTTPRegional Tuna Tagging Project (Indian Ocean)
RTTPReal-Time Transport Protocol
RTTPReacting to the Past (New York, NY)
RTTPRural Travel and Transport Program
RTTPReal-Time Transaction Processing
RTTPReturn to the Party (gaming)
RTTPRide to the Polls
RTTPRegistered Technology Transfer Professional
RTTPRotunda Technician Tool Program (automotive)
RTTPRadar Technology Transfer Project
References in classic literature ?
His search not being rewarded with immediate success, he decided to return to the pit where his rykor lay chained and look to its wants.
He was forced to return to the pit due to a lack of money, which Mary believes also led him to sell the belt.
Managing to return to the pit lane, Tregurtha bailed out of the Ginetta as soon as he could as marshals worked to put out the fire - extinguishing the title hopes of the 18-year-olds in the process.
The Swede gave a thumbs-up signal on his return to the pit lane and the session resumed after a 20-minute stoppage.
55 competitor vehicle and forcing it to return to the pit and lose its position in the race.
Al Wahaibi who started in 22nd position was involved in a collision which meant he had to return to the pit under a safety car supervision.
All three cars came into contact with each other, which resulted in Edoardo Mortara and Jamie Green having to return to the pit lane.
He did not return to the pit lane for repairs, opting instead to continue for a faster lap.
Riding in second position, Pedrosa having had to concede a position, Marquez, who survived a collision with Lorenzo when he rejoined the track, was shown the black flag forcing him to return to the pit lane.With Lorenzo now holding a comfortable lead attention turned to the final podium position with Rossi, Crutchlow and Bautista regularly exchanging positions.
They return to the pit, but Souvarine sabotages the casing that protects the main shaft, and the subterranean reservoir breaks through, filling Le Voreux forever.
In transcripts of police interviews read out at Swansea Crown Court, jurors heard how former manager Malcolm Fyfield told officers he wanted to return to the pit to help with the rescue efforts.