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CTL

Shorthand for credit tenant lease.See credit tenant.

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In 2009, Concorde acquired business IT solutions provider Phase CRS Ltd and in May this year the company announced the acquisition of Control Key, a north-west-based IT security specialist.
Both projectors include a remote control with USB Remote Receiver that can be used as a wireless mouse, and can control key projector functions commonly used during a presentation.
Included is the Presentation Kit, a remote control with USB Remote Receiver that can be used as a wireless mouse and can control key projector functions.
With SolidVision, companies can leverage and control key information in the supply chain, which can increase their ability to compete on a global level," said Mike Mayoras, DigiTerra's president.
Doctrinal issues included integrated policy and export control key interests as we continue to fight the war on terrorism.
Hold down the Control key and click on the words ``Script Editor'' for an interesting surprise.
Sakura Friend failed to properly control key undisclosed information on its corporate clients since April 2000, which could have resulted in insider trading, according to the SESC.
i) Using a remote control key fob, the tailgate can be automatically opened, before the driver even arrives on the scene
However, if the changing cells are not adjacent, designate the location by pointing to a target cell and holding down the control key and clicking on each changing cell individually.
It definitely feels "right"--the control key is perfect for emacs and the ESC is perfect for vi--I wouldn't change the design at all.
But if you press down the Control key while you press the Home key, the cursor will go to the top of the document you are typing.
Management skills track and control key indicators of success by providing feedback about whether the implementation of your vision is leading in the desired direction and whether the organization is stable and efficient, and by giving us tools for on-course correction as needed.