PTS or Pts can refer to:

In academics:

  • Pali Text Society, a society to study texts in the Pali language of India
  • Palmer Trinity School, an Episcopal middle and high school in Palmetto Bay, Florida
  • Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy, a Los Angeles institution of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
  • Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, a Presbyterian seminary in Pennsylvania
  • Princeton Theological Seminary, a Presbyterian seminary in the Borough of Princeton, New Jersey
  • Pure type system, a form of typed lambda calculus
  • Pi Tau Sigma, International Mechanical Engineering Honors Society

In communications and economics:

  • Spanish pesetas, abbreviated Pts., Ptas., or with the similar symbol ₧
  • Pacific Telemanagement Services, an independent payphone operator
  • Paid to surf
  • Prime Time Sports, a Canadian sports radio talk show on CJCL (The Fan 590) in Toronto and also simulcast on Rogers Sportsnet
  • Post- och telestyrelsen, the Swedish postal and telecommunications regulator
  • Public Television Service, the first independent public broadcasting institution in Taiwan

In science:

  • PTS (gene), a gene encoding the 6-pyruvoyltetrahydropterin synthase enzyme in humans
  • Pterostilbene, anti-oxidant commonly found in blueberries
  • 6-pyruvoyltetrahydropterin synthase, a class of enzymes
  • Peroxisomal targeting signal, an amino acid sequence that targets cytoplasmic proteins for post-translational peroxisome import
  • Phosphotransferase system or PTS, another name for PEP group translocation
  • Post-traumatic seizure, a seizure that occurs after a head injury
  • Post traumatic syndrome, another name for Post-concussion syndrome
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), also known as post-traumatic stress
  • "Put to sleep", a euphemism for animal euthanasia
  • Post-thrombotic syndrome
  • Proton Therapy System

In politics:

  • Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas, the Socialist Workers' Party in Argentina
  • Partido Trabalhista Santomense, São Toméan Workers Party in São Tomé and Príncipe
  • Personal Track Safety, a certificate of qualification to work for Network Rail in the United Kingdom
  • Potential Trouble Source, a person who has been affected by a Suppressive Person in Scientology theory

In technology:

  • Phoronix Test Suite, a cross-platform benchmark
  • Point (typography), a measurement of printed type size
  • Presentation time stamp, a type of metadata for recording time in an MPEG stream
  • Product Transfer Security, a wireless system for tracking equipment in the petrochemical industry
  • PTS (amphibious vehicle), a Soviet tracked amphibious transport vehicle, also known as Ob'yekt 65
  • Pseudo terminal slave

In social services:

  • PTS (community centre), a queer community centre in Ottawa Canada.

Other articles related to "pts":

1990 IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Results - Junior Race Men - Team
... Richard Chelimo (2.) Ismael Kirui (4.) Samuel Otieno (5.) 12 pts Silver Ethiopia Fita Bayissa (3.) Abraham Assefa (7.) Assefa Gebremedhin (8.) Tesgie Legesse (9.) 27 pts Bronze Italy ...
Hungary At The 1996 Summer Olympics - Modern Pentathlon
... Men's Individual Competition János Martinek — 5501 pts (→ Bronze Medal) Ákos Hanzély — 5435 pts (→ 6th place) Péter Sárfalvi — 5196 pts (→ 21st place) ...
1947 In Canadian Football
... Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points Western Interprovincial Football Union Team GP W L T PF PA Pts Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10 ... Calgary ...
Javur Jagadeeshappa Shobha - Achievements
... Representing India 2002 Asian Championships Colombo, Sri Lanka 2nd Heptathlon 5775 pts Asian Games Busan, South Korea 3rd Heptathlon 5870 pts 2003 Afro-Asian ...
1993 IAAF World Cross Country Championships - Results - Junior Race Men - Team
2.) Josephat Machuka (3.) Lazarus Nyakeraka (4.) 10 pts Silver Ethiopia Tegenu Abebe (5.) Habte Jifar (6.) Tibebu Reta (7.) Geta Tsega (9.) 27 pts Bronze Morocco Salah El Ghazi (11.) Hicham El Guerrouj (15 ...