Pm meaning

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Post meridiem.
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Private message.
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Promethium.
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Provost marshal.
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After noon.
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Postmortem.
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Project manager.
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Phase modulation.
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Postmortem.
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P.m. is defined as post meridiem in Latin, which means after 12 noon.

An example of p.m. is 4 p.m. which means four o'clock in the afternoon.

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Particulate matter.
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Past master.
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Police magistrate.
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Postmortem.
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Prime minister.
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Phase modulation.
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Premium.
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Past Master.
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Paymaster.
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Postmaster.
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Prime Minister.
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Provost Marshal.
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Particulate matter.
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Phase Modulation. More commonly known as phase-shift keying (PSK). See PSK.
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Alternative form of p.m..
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Post meridiem - The second half of the day, from noon (12:00:00) to (just before) midnight (23:59:59)
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Post mortem.
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Prime minister.
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Personal message.
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Project management.
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Performance management.
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Partially meet.
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Perfect match.
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Product manager.
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(knitting) Place marker.
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(electronics) Permanent magnet.
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To project manage.
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The ccTLD for Saint Pierre and Miquelon as assigned by the IANA.
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Police Magistrate.
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Physical Medium. In the ATM reference model, and other OSI-like models, a Physical Layer sublayer that specifies the physical and electro-optical interfaces with the transmission media. The PM also provides timing functions. See also ATM reference model and Physical Layer.
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Origin of pm

  • . + ISO 3166-1 country code for Saint Pierre and Miquelon, pm.

    From Wiktionary