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APT

1. On drawings; abbr. for apartment.
2. Abbr. for Association for Preservation Technology.

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APT

(1) See advanced persistent threat.

(2) (Automatic Programmed Tools) A high-level programming language used to generate instructions for numerical control machines.
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Spokeswoman Emma Apter said: "Many parents are unaware of the electrical dangers in their children's bedrooms and how one person's bad habits could put the whole family at risk.
Apter (2007: 6) warns that not all agency should be so exalted to be powerful and oppositional.
The first of the book's five sections, 'Modernization and the origins of the package', explores the epistemology of African 'modernization' theoretically by exploring the writings of earlier African development planners, including Apter, Lewis, Rostow and Wallerstein.
Emily Apter es profesora de de los departamentos de Frances y Literatura Comparada de la New York University y directora de la coleccion Translation/Transnation de la Princeton University Press.
Our new technical center will significantly enhance our ability to support our customers in the region more quickly and effectively by providing local technical solutions that are customized to meet their needs," said Jason Apter, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific, Sigma-Aldrich.
Emily Apter, Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability.
Other newly elected Executive Committee members include Elizabeth Parry of the American Society of Engineering Education and Marc Apter of IEEE-USA.
Emma Apter, of the charity Electrical Safety First, said: "We are becoming increasingly concerned about the number of incidents involving e-cigarettes.
Interior Ministry spokeswoman Lital Apter also said Israel will build an archaeology and tourism site near the Old City, home to Jerusalem's most sensitive holy sites.
The Hampshire Police Federation chairman John Apter said: "The concern is that you are open to elements of corruption because of people in financial difficulties.
Proposed changes to pay could set policing back "decades" says chairman of Hampshire Police Federation John Apter.