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AcronymDefinition
PORPortal
PORProcess of Reference (manufacturing technology)
PORPortuguese (language)
PORPoint of Receipt
PORPoint of Reference
PORProcess of Record
PORPoint of Return
PORPosition of Responsibility (Boy Scouts of America)
PORProphets of Rage (band)
PORProvided on Request
PORPrice On Request
PORPlan Of Record
PORPeriod of Review
PORPath of Righteousness (worship)
PORProof of Residence
PORProgram of Record
PORPower On Reset (Sun)
PORPower on Reset
PORPoint of Resolution
PORPanel of Reference
PORPlane of Rotation
PORPlaces of Refuge
PORPlan of Reorganization
PORProvider of Record
PORPress On Regardless
PORPay on Return
PORProgrammi Operativi Regionali (Italian: Regional Operational Programs)
PORPool of Radiance (game)
PORPorbeagle (FAO fish species code)
PORPredatory Offender Registration (Minnesota)
PORPacific Ocean Region
PORPastrami on Rye
PORPatient Oriented Research
PORPublic Opinion Research
PORPoint of Receive
PORProblem Oriented Record (healthcare)
PORProphecy of Ro (gaming; EverQuest)
PORPolicy Organisation and Rules (Scout Association; UK)
PORPer Occupied Room (hospitality industry)
PORPatent Office Record
PORPirates Online Rewritten (Pirates of the Caribbean gaming)
PORPay Off Reel
PORPlant Operating Record
PORPost Operation Report
PORProgram of Requirements
PORParty of the Right (Yale Political Union; est. 1952)
PORPaid on Results (marketing network; UK)
PORPersonnel Occurrence Report
PORPelosi-Obama-Reid
PORPurchase Order Request
PORPost-Installation Report
PORPurchase Order Response
PORPersonal- und Organisationsreferat
PORPori, Finland - Pori (Airport Code)
PORPower Off - Reset (elevator industry)
PORProfit on Return
PORPacket Out-Of-Order Delivery Ratio
PORProject Officer's Report
PORPechala Overall Rating (finance)
PORPreparation of Overseas Replacements
PORPermanent Obstetric Record
PORPlutonium Organic Recycle
PORPermissive Over-Reach
PORPartially-Ordered Ranks (Deadlock Avoidance algorithm)
PORPer Order Request
PORPort of Receipt (shipping)
PORPacket Overlay Retrofit
PORProposed Ordnance Requirement
PORPreliminary Occurrence Report
PORProject or Organizational Risk
PORPartially Optimal Routing (networks)
PORPlanning Objectives Report
PORProximity Overlap Reduction
PORProduct Objective & Requirements
PORPartido Obrero Revolucionarioo
PORPresident's Operating Report (corporate management)
PORProject Objectives Review
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Yet, at the height of artificiality, here, too, the "real" returns in what could be termed a Baudelairean guise of "genuine illusion." (The poet famously railed that "the majority of our landscape painters are liars, precisely because they fail to lie.") Reducing Jones's animations to a succession of static tableaux, Thomson highlights their historically savvy artistry, but without obscuring, by contrast, the actual desert that was their original point of reference. Shorn of all action and drama, the hand-drawn vista becomes a psycho-geographic key to the area's past.
Your sign will influence you the rest of your life, can predict the future, and will give you a point of reference to judge and discriminate against those with other, shittier signs.
Denying us any fixed visual point of reference or focal point, we are indulged with a plethora of self-contained activities dotted about the space, all loosely associated with different aspects of performance and theatre-making.
While the article "Database Nation" will predictably raise worries about Big Brother and George Orwell's 1984, perhaps a better point of reference is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.
The new site is expected to act as a central point of reference for information that can be used by tourists and citizens.
That would be comparable to listing the winning of World War II (his point of reference) with postwar reconstruction, the Nuremberg trials, and refugee resettlement.
To be sure, they constitute for Poliziano the most important point of reference for literary memory.
The brochure is principally targeted at consultants and system specifiers, for whom it provides an essential first point of reference.
He may be far too young to remember the joyous pop mastery of Aztec Camera but they are his clearest point of reference.
Computer users look at dozens of emails a day, and they may need a point of reference for your response.
When asking for assistance, start with a point of reference -- where you met and the offer of help that was extended.