Art marked PP what does that mean?
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Answer . Per procurationem (by proxy)
pp means private parts.
It stands for pianissimo, which means very, very softly.
purchasing power standards
pp stands for pro persona and means for and on behalf of
you use your pencil or pen and dot the paper or use different typesof using your pencil around the paper
PP stands for PowerPlay - which gives a slight advantage to the batting team with the fielding side limited to Two players outside the inner circle.
when you use a pencil, pen or a crayon (anything) and make some sort of small compacted dashes or some sort of shape to show colouring in a better styled way and direction can… be used to show the hairs around an animals face for example. The effect is amazing!
It means , the prepaid phone you are trying to reach don`t have service etc .
The conventions for numbering prints are well-established, but there are other marks to indicate that the print exists outside of an edition. Artist's proofs are marked "A.P."… or "P/A", sometimes E.A. or E.d'A. (Ã©preuvre d'artiste); monoprints and uniquely hand-altered prints are marked "unique"; prints that are gifted to someone, or are for some reason unsuitable for sale, are marked "H.C." or "H/C", meaning "hors de commerce", not for sale - usually a print that is generally reserved for the publisher like an Artist's Proof. The printer is also often allowed to take some impressions for themselves, these are marked with "PP". Finally, a master image may be printed, against which the members of the edition are compared for quality; these are signed-off as "bon Ã tirer", or "BAT" ("good to print" in French). Sometimes the number of the main, public, edition can be rather misleading - representing 50% or less of the total number of good impressions taken. (Wikipedia)
Not sure without actually seeing it used. It could be pinches, parts per [ as in ppm, parts per million], parts [as in three parts to 1 part], or even pints, or pounds. It sho…uld be noted that in editing PP and pp mean new paragraph and pages respectively, if it were left there accidentally while editing the recipe.