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Greenwich Mean Time

The time of day as calculated by the Royal Observatory in London. This clock is used to determine time zones worldwide. It is used in business.
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"We very much welcome the UTC's focus on developing skills in our major growth sectors of life sciences and digital technology, working collaboratively with employers who will provide employment opportunities in those sectors.
Hamsani also suggested the UTC could be a one-stop strategic shop to market, distribute and sell locally made products.
UTC has a strong credit profile but it is slightly weaker than some large global peers such as GE, Honeywell and Siemens even before considering the pending acquisition of COL.
In addition, each spring, members of the UTC/Lesley community spend two days at UTC visiting residents' and fellows' classrooms and meeting with clinical faculty.
The school will be based on land at the former Sneyd Community School in Walsall, on the same site as the Black County UTC, which opened last year.
Connecticut-based UTC provides technology products and services to the building systems and aerospace sectors around the globe.
If pupils' applications are successful, they would leave their mainstream school and remain at the UTC until aged 19 - and also work towards academic qualifications.
The temperature rise across the UTC will be a function of several parameters.
By ISLAMABAD, November 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): Utility Stores Corporation (UTC) the institute established by the government to facilitate the masses is continuing to press the already hapless segments of society.
By ISLAMABAD, November 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Utility Stores Corporation (UTC) the institute established by the government to facilitate the masses is continuing to press the already hapless segments of society.
Summary: UTC Fire & Security announced today it has created a joint venture in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with Muneer Ahmad Al-Sheikh Mohammed Sharif Al Olama of Zener Group.
The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) announced two key personnel decisions.