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frt

abbreviation for
(Commerce) freight

frt.

freight.
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Nesses sistemas a concentracao de fosforo vinculada aos sedimentos deixa de ser a fonte mais importante de contaminante e o FRT passa a ser, quase na sua totalidade, o FRD (Shigaki et al.
Epithelial cell differentiation in the mouse FRT begins after birth and continues until adulthood.
Results of the pilot program show a national closing ratio of 48 percent, with a closing time frame of 99 days from contract to purchase, according to FRT.
Real-time communication, transparency and quality control - is attained through the OMS which allows FRT Affiliates to easily track and manage multiple short sale files throughout the process.
The volunteer FRT are specially trained to save lives in the most difficult and dangerous flooding situations.
The FRT 1000 sends out a signal after 60 seconds if the firefighter stops moving.
The semantic argument maintains that if FRT is true, then whether or not a name refers to a thing depends on whether it satisfies the associated description, e.
Immediately post-treatment, the amount of rotation in the FRT improved in both groups with a larger improvement in the self-SNAG group.
As opposed to the submit-accept time, however, the FRT has not received any systematic analysis recently.
Dricon FRT wood is an alternative to construction materials classified as noncombustible for weather-protected applications.
Both the submit-accept time and the first-response time (from submission to first editorial decision, henceforth FRT, or FRTs in plural) more than doubled in many economics journals over the last twenty to forty years (Ellison, 2002a; Azar, 2004b).
The first-response time (the time from submission of the manuscript to receipt of the initial editorial decision about it; henceforth denoted FRT) is a particularly important part of the delay; as opposed to the time it takes to revise the paper or the time from acceptance to publication, the FRT delays all manuscripts submitted, not only the few whose authors are asked to revise and resubmit or the few that are accepted.