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CTO

abbreviation for
(Philately) cancelled to order (of postage stamps); postmarked in sheets for private sale
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She said this at a ground breaking ceremony to commence construction of a house for CTO Tirelo Setshaba participant Ms Onkemetse Obusitswe at Machaneng recently.
CTO said the panel, entitled 'Transformation for Tourism Evolution', will be held on August 29 at the Beachcombers Hotel.
In a statement issued here , CTO Muhammad Bin Ashraf said Traffic wardens should act on the policy of 'pehlay salam, phir kalam' (first greet, then talk) while on duty.
This road often has traffic jams, mainly because footpath has been occupied by barriers along the walls of CTO office.
PCI of CTO is considered a new era of hope as most of the patients having CAD are diagnosed with at least one CTO.
A spokesman for traffic police told reporter that the CTO visited various traffic sectors and found six wardens including one traffic inspector negligent of duty, and suspended them.
Cleveland Clinic researchers studied the issue closely and found that patients who meet certain criteria may gain tremendous benefit from CTO revascularization.
The appointment was announced by the acting secretary general of the CTO, Gisa Fuatai Purcell.
CTO Muhammad Bin Ashraf said that there would be nearly seventeen diversion points in the city to ensure the traffic flow.
Medical company ASAHI INTECC CO LTD reported on Wednesday the receipt of the US FDA's Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) indication for its Corsair, Corsair Pro Microcatheters and its Coronary Guide Wires for the inclusion of the MIRACLEbros series, CONFIANZA series, FIELDER series and Gaia series.
Angiography after compensated heart failure revealed hypoplasty of the right coronary artery, severe stenosis with heavy calcification of the LAD, and CTO of the LCX (Figure 1).