Public Broadcasting Service: a network of noncommercial television stations devoted to educational and other quality programming and funded by members’ contributions, government allocations, and grants from private industry.
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abbreviation of Public Broadcasting Service, 1970, America English. It succeeded National Educational Television (NET).
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1. a manually or automatically operated telephone facility that handles communications within an office, office building, or organization and that is connected to the public telephone network. abbreviation (in Britain) 1. private branch exchange; a telephone system that handles the internal and external calls of a building, firm, etc Private Branch Exchange private branch exchange
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1. petty cash. 2. price current. 1. Past Commander. 2. British. Police Constable. 3. . 4. Post Commander. 5. British. Prince Consort. 6. British. Privy Council. 7. . abbreviation 1. petty cash 2. price current abbreviation for personal computer is from 1978; abbreviation for politically correct is by 1990. p.c. abbr. Latin post cibum (after […]
computer An IBM PC-like computer, using a K1810 WM 86 Intel 8086 clone from the formerly known Eastern bloc, introduced in 1988. (2004-03-24)