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ATTAttorney
ATTAmerican Telephone and Telegraph, Inc. (AT&T)
ATTAttention
ATTAttached
ATTAll The Time
ATTAt This Time
AttAttic (linguistics)
ATTAttitude
ATTApprentice(ship) Technical Training
ATTAtentamente (Spanish)
ATTAttenuator
ATTAssociation of Taxation Technicians (UK)
ATTAttard (postal locality, Malta)
ATTAmerican Tobacco Trail
ATTAverage Talk Time (telemarketing)
ATTAnti-Theft Technology (Intel Corp.)
ATTAuthorization to Transport (firearm permit, Canada)
ATTalt.toys.transformers (newsgroup)
ATTAccess to Technologies
ATTAnti-Torpedo Torpedo
ATTAdvanced Transportation Technologies
ATTAntithrombotic Trialists'
ATTAgents in Traffic and Transportation (Workshop)
ATTAssociated Talmud Torahs
ATTArmy Training Test
ATTAdvanced Theater Transport
ATTAthletic Therapy Today
ATTAnterior Tibial Translation
ATTAdvanced Training Technologies
ATTAutomatic Target Tracking
ATTAmmonia Tolerance Test
ATTAmerican Top Tools
ATTAdvanced Tree Technology (investment timber)
ATTAntitetanus Toxoid (vaccination)
ATTAdvanced Transport Technology
ATTassign terminal type (US DoD)
ATTAttitude Retention System (aviation)
ATTAutomatic Toll Ticketing
ATTAircraft Total Time (aviation inspection)
ATTAutomatic Trunk Testing
ATTAdvanced Tank Technologies
ATTAegis Test Team
ATTAlternative to Transplant (medicine)
ATTApplied Transmission Technologies
ATTArmored Troop Transport
ATTASEAN Travel and Tours
ATTAll Thrust Termination
ATTAerosol Transport Test
ATTAutomatic Trunk Test (system)
ATTAssembly Task Team
ATTAsynchronous Thread Termination
ATTAdvanced Testing Technology
ATTAcoustic Target Tracker
ATTAdvanced Technologies and Travel
ATTAutomatic Turbine Testing
ATTAutomatic Tank Target
ATTAnaerobic Treatment Technology
ATTArmy Transformation Team
ATTAir Touch-Teletrac
ATTAuthorization to Tool
ATTAdvanced Tilting Train
ATTAir Tightness Testing
References in classic literature ?
An attention to these dangerous practices has produced a very natural alarm in the votaries of free government, of which frequency of elections is the corner-stone; and has led them to seek for some security to liberty, against the danger to which it is exposed.
The beast's whole attention now seemed riveted upon the horseman.
At these words the public attention became more intense, and all eyes were turned towards the door through which Benedetto was to enter.
Always of a sedate, taciturn disposition, he now fell into so deep a dejection that nothing could hold his attention, yet anything--a footfall, the sudden closing of a door--aroused in him a fitful interest; one might have called it an apprehension.
Weston and Emma tried earnestly to cheer him and turn his attention from his soninlaw, who was pursuing his triumph rather unfeelingly.
The yellow men devoted all their attention to me, nor were they long in discovering that the three of them were none too many to defend the armory against John Carter.
While he might have risked a drop from the eaves of the roof he feared to do so lest he attract the attention of passers-by, and probable discovery.
John Dashwood had never been a favourite with any of her husband's family; but she had had no opportunity, till the present, of shewing them with how little attention to the comfort of other people she could act when occasion required it.
He was as much awake to the novelty of attention in that quarter as Elizabeth herself could be, and unconsciously closed his book.
The Saw-Horse would probably have paid no attention to this, but just then it stepped a leg into a gopher-hole and stumbled head-over-heels to the ground, where it lay upon its back, frantically waving its four legs in the air.
She paid no attention to Maggie, looking toward her once or twice and apparently seeing the wall beyond.
This was the redoubt, as yet unnamed, which afterwards became known as the Raevski Redoubt, or the Knoll Battery, but Pierre paid no special attention to it.