A.T.P.

ATP

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ATP peut faire référence à :

  • Adaptation to Technical Progress, amélioration aux progrès techniques ;
  • Adénosine triphosphate, une molécule que l'on trouve dans les êtres vivants ;
  • Arts et traditions populaires ;
  • Association artistes – théâtres – promotion en Suisse, ;
  • Agence tahitienne de presse ;

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