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TM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TURKMENISTAN.
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TM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Turkmenistan. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Turkmen bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Turkmenistan. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Turkmenistan. Each Turkmen province has its own code with the prefix "TM." For example, the code for the Province of Ahal is ISO 3166-2:TM-A.
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TMS 6.003 is scheduled to be mailed to security assistance offices in September of 2003.
Aaron Prince is an instructor at the Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management and has been one of the software programmers for the Training Management System (TMS) since 2001.
Instead of merely watching the brain in action, TMS can intervene, enabling investigators to more easily test hypotheses about the human brain.
A TMS study by Stephen Kosslyn of Harvard University and his colleagues confirmed the claim that a brain area known to process visual signals plays a similar role when a person imagines a mental picture.
Even as they use TMS to probe brains, investigators have begun to examine whether it can also help brains.
Cohen has turned to TMS in several ways to probe such plasticity.
Mixed compound testing: In conjunction with cure testing, the TMS rheometer provides a means of controlling the consistency of material supplied to downstream processes such as extrusion and injection molding.
Material and compound development: With growing experience of the use of the TMS it will be possible to define rheological properties for optimum processing behavior.
As stated earlier, the TMS is a bi-conical rotor instrument, with the sample (figure 4) being injected into the test cavity.
The characteristics of the TMS Rheometer offer a machine with the sophistication required by the research technologist coupled with the ease of operation required for a process control system.
The DSAMS training module is expected to come on-line within the next two years and will require a major rewrite of the TMS software.
With the possibility of up to four man-years worth of work ahead and only one programmer currently scheduled for tasking on the TMS project, the near term outlook for TMS is somewhat murky.