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CCTA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency
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One of the main concerns with CCSCT and CCTA has been radiation exposure.
1 of the CCTA code of practice: 'members should afford innocent purchasers of vehicles, that are a subject to a Bill of Sale, the same protection under the Hire-Purchase Act 1964 Part III - "Title to Motor Vehicles on Hire-Purchase or Conditional Sale", but only insofar as title shall transfer to the innocent purchaser in the event that the Member failed to register his interest in that vehicle with a relevant Asset Finance Register Company within 24 hours of execution of the agreement.
I made inquiries with CCTA about what sounds like a complex set of laws and rules and their response was "under the code of practice, those who 'innocently purchase' a second-hand car in 'good faith' will gain the deeds to the car".
The researchers found that both obstructive and mild or nonobstructive coronary artery disease as determined by CCTA were related to patient deaths and major adverse cardiovascular event (MACE).
The strike, which began March 17, is the first in the 40-year history of the CCTA, whose buses carry about 9,700 people a day, including about 2,400 Burlington public school students.
On January 26th, 2010, the house and senate of the state of Tennessee passed legislation known as the Complete College Tennessee Act or CCTA in the first-ever extraordinary session of the governing body.
Established in 1891, CCTA is one of the longest serving credit trade associations in the UK with unrivalled experience and a common sense approach to success.
Hulten and his colleagues performed a meta-analysis of prospective and retrospective observational studies in which 9,592 patients suspected of having CAD were evaluated using CCTA and followed for a median of 20 months.
CCTA has been shown to be exceptionally accurate in defining patients with minimal or no disease in their coronary arteries.
Participants included almost 4,900 patients undergoing CCTA at 15 hospital imaging centers ranging from small community hospitals to large academic centers.
CCTA has synthetically fixed the interest rate through a swap agreement with Bank of America (LIBOR based) that had a negative mark-to-market value of $56.