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PT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PORTUGAL.

PT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Portuguese Republic. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Portuguese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Portugal. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Portugal. Each subdivision has its own code with the prefix "PT." For example, the code for the District of Porto is ISO 3166-2:PT-13.
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My patient died, two hours before midnight--at a time, by my watch, answering almost to the minute when I had first seen her.
In this deplorable condition the Jew, with his daughter and her wounded patient, were found by Cedric, as has already been noticed, and soon afterwards fell into the power of De Bracy and his confederates.
The loving Elves brought her sweet dreams by night, and happy thoughts by day, and as she grew in childlike beauty, pure and patient amid poverty and sorrow, the sinful were rebuked, sorrowing hearts grew light, and the weak and selfish forgot their idle fears, when they saw her trustingly live on with none to aid or comfort her.
Todd, who, having discovered that his patient was far from being a man of importance, felt much emboldened to perform the duty.
What would be the use of science and art, if the patient, who disposes of all that, cannot be saved from peril?
The bottle was downstairs in my laboratory, so leaving my patient seated in his chair, I ran down to get it.
Tyrell, with a smile, as he took the next paper and gave the patient one of his shrewd glances.
The eloquent auctioneer was seized with pneumonia, and having been a patient of Mr.
You must allow me to make it a little more than that," the patient answered.
I come to ask your opinion, sir, on the state of my heart," she said; "and I am recommended by a patient, who has consulted you with advantage to herself.
nay, I am all in favor of it on medical grounds) for my patient.
Was the new patient only a hypochondriacal woman, whose malady was a disordered stomach and whose misfortune was a weak brain?