Definitions for "PGP"
"Pretty Good Privacy" is a program for encrypting data that is based on the public-private key principle. Messages can be encrypted with a public key, but later they can only be decrypted and read with the private key.
Application program for encrypting electronic mail IDEA, RSA, MD5 Email signing and encryption, File encryption, Confidentiality, authentication, integrity, nonrepudiation
Public-key encryption software sold by Network Associates. PGP began as an open standard for message encryption. Add-ons are available for a number of desktop products. The underlying protocol has been designated a military weapon by the United States and some other countries in an effort to regulate its distribution, but similar software is widely available on the Internet.
Keywords:  epcc, ghost, pepper, grid, www
Pepper's Ghost Productions Grid
P-Glycoprotein. A transporter also known as MDR1 (multi-drug resistance) transporter.
Prepaid Group Practice. A group model HMO or multispecialty association of physicians and other health professionals that accepts a fixed payment from a managed care plan to provide a wide range of preventive, diagnostic, and treatment services to a defined population; the fixed amount is determined in advance for each year.
Keywords:  programmatic, permit, general
Programmatic General Permit.
ProGram Parameter (file name extension) [AutoCAD
Personalized grading plans. a grading model with a series of steps including collaborative meetings with parents to discuss the purpose of grades, review the grading policies, implement the PGP, and evaluate the perceptions of the model and grades a student earns.