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ITA

abbr.
initial teaching alphabet

ITA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Independent Television Authority: now superseded by the IBA
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Therefore let penal laws, if they have been sleepers of long, or if they be grown unfit for the present time, be by wise judges confined in the execution: Judicis officium est, ut res, ita tempora rerum, etc.
Washington and Tokyo have requested WTO dispute settlement consultations with the EU "regarding the duties they are imposing on certain products that should be duty-free under the WTO ITA," according to the US.
In their article we could not read an explanation about the lengths of the ITA's used and lengths of the saphenous veins those are interposed between free end of ITA and LAD.
Drinan referred to, Here I Am, Lord: The Letters and Writings of Ita Ford, and from which he quoted certainly came to fruition because of the support of Ita's family, the Maryknoll sisters and Ita's friends, but the project was initiated by Dr.
Aliquots of the 330 serum samples were sent on dry ice to Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute for ITA measurement.
Copenhagen Airports has reportedly increased its holding in ITA from 36.5% to 49%.
Lytle, who coauthored a land-mark study in the mid-1980s that established the ITA graft's superiority to then-popular saphenous vein grafts.
The spending plan retools the ITA, creating an assistant secretary for manufacturing and services to focus on maintaining a strong U.S.
Shah also cites only minor support in the ITA's 1.0 specification for embedded devices, though many industry experts foresee a plethora of such devices and application appliances working over networks.
"This contract award is a confirmation of the high quality support and products ITA, Inc.
ITA's Mobile/DB product compliments and extends XcelleNet's solutions by allowing customers to efficiently synchronize relational databases, move information bi-directionally among disparate computer systems and reduce their total cost of ownership by better managing their remote computing and data movement infrastructures.
Predictably, the ITA upheld the dumping charge, as it does in the overwhelming majority of cases.