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APT

(computer science)

APT

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

APT

(language)

APT

(company)

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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Keywords: metaphorical framing, news, text perception, issue viewpoint, novelty, aptness
Line after line, we are delighted by the perfect aptness and beauty of expression in these poems--quiet, calm poems whose steady, nuanced music leaves the reader restored to himself and tapered into thought.
The relative difference of the maximum temperatures reached in fiber-cement composite samples and cement samples is used as a parameter to determine indices, such as aptness (Vilela & Pasquier, 1968), which aim to describe the fiber-cement compatibility.
He knows exactly what he is, an exemplary symbol of the psyche of Turkish urbanites and their aptness for humorous nihilism and fondness for smalltime pleasure-seeking.
Some have debated the aptness of "liking" a tweet that does not deal with something even remotely likeable.
But that undoubted truth should not mask or distort the obligation to dispassionately examine the aptness of measures taken to deal with it.
It was because of lacking confidence and mental aptness to face pressure otherwise they were good players", they pointed out.
The newly-completed Outside Inn has undergone a transformation from a coffee-shop to a bolder concept, now making use of part of the outside terrace, hence the aptness of the name.
Despite the persistent debate in legal and political circles about the aptness of making a former chief justice a state governor, the 65-year old Sathasivam defended himself stating there was nothing wrong in his being chosen as the governor.
Understood in this way, she argues that aptness is to be considered a third category for moral reflection along with the categories already well-established: goodness and rightness.
The features of this city which lend a degree of aptness to that expression make far more promising material for interesting TV than do the redeeming features suggested by him.
With this exception the summer schools indicated through continued the season in a prosperous state, enjoying the labours of the teachers distinguished for their literacy qualifications, their aptness to teach, their ability to govern and their untiring industry and fidelity in the discharge of the responsible duties which devolved upon them.