WPRT

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WPRTWestport Innovations Inc. (stock symbol; Canada)
WPRTWhat People Really Think
WPRTWarszawskie Przedsiebiorstwo Robót Telekomunikacyjnych (Polish: Warsaw Works Enterprise Telecommunications; Warsaw, Poland)
WPRTWhole-Pelvis Radiation Therapy
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Al Arabiya survey reveals what people really think about separating from Iraq.
Strange how what people really think comes out in the heat of the moment.The truth will out!
As well as trying to find Bin Laden, the 37-year-old from West Virginia discovers what people really think of Americans and what it's like for an ordinary family living in Afghanistan.
She said what people really think culture is is being nice to people and having more festivals.
Peter Drummond, who runs the Falcon's Nest in Gosforth, said: "We want our new dishes to reflect what guests like to eat and drink, and asking a local person for their opinion is the best way to find out what people really think."
In partnership with the South East Regional Assembly (SEERA), Cambridge Futures was commissioned to find out what people really think about the need for new housing in the South East, the types of housing that would be acceptable, and the spatial distribution of new development.
Billing himself as a straight-talking priest who is not afraid of hitting issues, Cutie promises to expose what people really think about everything from sex to salvation.
From this vantage point, we could learn about the system's legitimacy not by looking at its performance and comparing it with some ideal but by finding out what people really think about it and on what basis they have formed their views.
And as so often happens when a great person dies, what people really think is never said in public.
Jan 21-Feb 19 Jan 21-Feb 19 AQUARIUS SOMETIMES you wish you could turn invisible so you could find out what people really think of you.
Sandra, who plays an FBI agent in The Heat, said: "I Googled myself and read the comments section, thinking I could get some titbits of what people really think of me.
In a video posted on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Jens Stoltenberg said it is important for him to hear what people really think.