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What does TPS stand for?
TPS stands for The Perfect Storm (gaming, Magic the Gathering)
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We have 446 other meanings of TPS in our Acronym Attic
- Test Point Selector
- Test Preparation Sheet (US NASA)
- Test Procedure Specification
- Test Program Schedule
- Test Program Set
- Texas Pain Society (Houston, Texas)
- Text Product Standard
- Thai Privilege Spa (Bangkok, Thailand)
- That's Pretty Stupid
- The Pakistani Spectator (blog)
- The Philadelphia School (Philadelphia, PA)
- The Pink Spiders (band)
- The Planetary Society (est. 1980)
- The Polyphonic Spree (band)
- The Postman Syndrome (band)
- The Potter's School (Springfield, VA online school)
- The Project School (Indianapolis, IN)
- The Project Summary
- The Protein Society (Bethesda, MD)
- Theatre Puget Sound (Seattle, WA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE PERFECT STORM BBC3, 9pm Fact based drama starring George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.
For more information on the Perfect Storm promotion and the America's Defenders Rebate Program, visit www.
The Perfect Storm will be one of the largest multi-site and multi-format marketing campaigns ever launched by the Company.
Cleveland's Plain Dealer "A blizzard that slammed the northern plains in early April turned out to be the perfect storm for breeding waterfowl, Ducks Unlimited biologists say.
The Perfect Storm That Hit IT Businesses are now facing what can be called a "perfect storm" of forces that is afflicting the enterprise storage management landscape.
Of the three recent "storm" titles--the others are The Perfect Storm (by Sebastian Junger) and Isaac's Storm (Erik Larson)--this one is probably the best suited to entice a reluctant YA reader between the covers of a book.
Of course the big "it's not safe to go back in the water" story this year was The Perfect Storm (HarperPaperbacks), Sebastian Junger's riveting account of a Gloucester fishing crew lost in a 1991 northeaster.