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TTO

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Trinidad and Tobago. The code is used for transactions to and from local bank accounts and for international shipping to Trinidad and Tobago. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Egypt returned a rejuvenated side as they led 8-4 and 16-7 at the 1st TTO and 2nd TTO respectively.
TRC launched a competition for the establishment of TTOs in higher education institutions at the end of the last quarter of 2018 for which it received ten entries from which two were selected.
TTO has yet to announce, however, whether the female drivers will be employed in a women-only taxi service or will work alongside their male peers offering services to all.
The new TTO printers utilize an all-electronic printer design, which removes the need for compressed air, helping reduce operation costs and increase throughput by 25 percent.
Since the TTO 06 can work both intermittently and continuously, it is suitable for a variety of applications.
Replicates were separated by 4 to 7 d, and the locations of the TTO and TML baits were alternated between stations between successive replicates.
"Most TTOs are faced with the difficult decision on whether or not to abandon patent assets.
Topical application may not be the only method for using TTO. Karen B.
Within the guidance, the College states that: "Great care is needed in the use of strong preparations of TTO so that only lid tissue is treated, and afterwards the lid margins should be carefully wiped with dry cotton buds in order to remove residual TTO," (bit.ly/ICZVFgN).
The first topic on the agenda was an examination of TTO's mission.
TTO activities also include interaction with the local, national and global industry as well as investors, which is essential for maturation of the research results into real-life products, i.e.
Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil, also known as tea tree oil (TTO), is incorporated in topical formulations for the treatment of cutaneous infections (Carson et al.