No. 23, designed by Soufflot le Romain in 1775 as a private mansion, became later the DPT of the famous Aubusson tapistry.
It is used as a DPT and resting-place for the troops near it.
On the same day at two o'clock, having been examined for the last time, Arsne Lupin left the DPT in a prison-van.
"I do," replied the head of the DPT, a young sub-lieutenant.
The military, who had marched from the DPT, were drawn up on the lawn.
My cell at the DPT was even worse than my cell at Saint-Lazare.
The whole twelve had been deposited in a DPT, where they had to rest for two days.
He might have been transferred to his DPT, following the example of the hero.
He was released the next day, and left the DPT at two o'clock in the afternoon.
A DPT is a place of deposit; as, a DPT of supply for an army.
Dipropyltryptamine; a hallucinogenic drug similar to DMT.
Dipropylphyptamine, a hallucinogen like LSD but having an effect lasting only an hour or two (1970s+ Narcotics)