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Rt

On a ticker or in a newspaper listing of stocks, a symbol indicating a transaction involving a right rather than a specific security. See also: Warrant.

rt

Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the transaction of a right: AEP rt 50s 1/4 .

rt

Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a listing for rights. No dividend, yield, or price-earnings ratio is listed for a right because dividends are not paid and earnings are not applicable: ContIl rt.
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A summary is included in the ARRT's Annual Report to Registered Technologists.
Whether registered technologists could be surveyed via questionnaire to determine if dosimetry information was available and could be accessed by the researchers; and, if so, whether occupational exposure categories could be developed from this information.
org and summarized in ARRT's Annual Report sent to all registered technologists each spring.
In response to the report, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) stressed that x-rays and gamma rays are invaluable diagnostic aids and that registered technologists are trained to minimize exposure to a patient when performing an examination.
The ARRT's Annual Report to Registered Technologists, published in the spring of each year, includes a more comprehensive description of the Registry's activities.
A summary is included in ARRT's 2004 Annual Report to Registered Technologists.
org) and are included in the Annual Report to Registered Technologists.
It was once used to refer to the published list of the names of registered technologists (R.
With more than 235 000 registered technologists, printing and mailing renewal applications, postcard reminders, credentials and annual reports have grown increasingly expensive as paper and postage prices have gone up.

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