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ps

(1) (PicoSecond) See space/time.

(2) See PostScript, Photoshop and power supply.

(3) (PS) (Parametric Stereo) See aacPlus.

(4) (PS) (Personal Services) An earlier term for IBM office automation software for PCs, minis and mainframes, which included word processing, electronic mail and library services.
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These insights, coupled with a comprehensive approach to the three Ps, provide a roadmap for success.
Easter said the three Ps and mentorship have guided her throughout her career.
They are highly unlikely to recommend a fund with miserable past performance, no matter how well the fund manages the Three Ps.
Use the Three Ps: prepare for a long trip with maintenance checks; protect your family by buckling up and using child safety seats; and prevent crashes by staying alert, driving slower, and avoiding fatigue.
Ian, 45, has called his scheme the Three Ps Challenge: one Pound Per Person.
The teachers demonstrated each of the three Ps with students at different levels.
It was Sheikh Mohammed's philosophy of the three Ps - preparation, planning and patience - that enabled Dubai Destination, who started at odds of 9-2, to come back.
If a previous relationship does not exist, both parties should practice the three Ps: Prepare by researching and understanding the other side's point of view, probe by asking questions and showing interest in their point of view, and propose a solution designed to bring both parties to an acceptable agreement
It is constituted of the three Ps: padre de familia, padre de la Iglesia, and padre de la tierra (father as head of the family, the [Catholic] Church, and the land).
With the answers to those questions in hand, Champy says the three Ps of the X-Engineering triangle are formed: process, proposition, and participation.
Shapiro recommended the three Ps, a straightforward system: Prepare, Probe and Propose.