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What does POPSOT stand for?
POPSOT stands for Prince of Persia: Sands of Time (game)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Power of Positive Students (est. 1981)
- Power Over Polio Support
- Primary Ocean/Oceanographic Prediction System
- Probability of Program Success
- Problem Oriented Public Safety (Washington State Patrol)
- Project Operations
- Pyrotechnic Optical Plume Simulators
- Popular Science (magazine)
- Postulate Based Permuted Subject Indexing
- Project Operations in Port
- Program Operacyjny Pomoc Techniczna (Polish)
- Passed Out Prior to Arrival (Frequently used by paramedics when referring to a patient found unconscious)
- Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor (UK MoD)
- Physician Ownership of Physical Therapy Services
- Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time (game)
- Prince of Persia the Two Thrones (gaming)
- Privately Owned-Public Use (airports)
- Push-Over Pull-Up (aviation)
- Protection of Persons Undergoing Medical Examinations or Treatment (United Kingdom)
- Post Office Processor Utility Subsystem
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time is available on Disney Blu Ray, DVD and Double Play, out September 13.
Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time, is based on an award-winning videogame of the same name developed by Ubisoft which was released in 2003.
In Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(r), which is the sequel to last year's critically-acclaimed Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, the Prince must evade the immortal Dahaka who mercilessly pursues him in his journey to stop the Empress of Time fulfilling her evil plan.
Anyone seeking a more fulfilling game of this type should buy the sublime Prince of Persia: Sands of Time.
PRINCE OF PERSIA: SANDS OF TIME (All formats, Ubisoft) THIS is the first proper 3D outing for the Prince of Persia (ignore the dreadful POP 3D) and fully captures the spirit of the original platform game that graced the PC, Amiga and GameBoy in the early 90s.