owt


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owt

(aʊt)
pron
Northern English a dialect word for anything
[a variant of aught1]
Translations

owt

[aʊt] N (Brit) (dial) → algo, alguna cosa
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He described how the OWT, as a non profit making organisation, would be able to provide a base for all interested groups to use the water of Barry Docks on a cost sharing basis, as he explained "the more use that was made of the centre, the lower the individual cost would become".
In Section 4 an improved algorithm OWM is proposed and some comparisons are made with OWT in terms of complexity and environmental adaption.
The brigade has 10 OWT volunteers from a variety of military specialties currently assigned to support mobilization training.
After much talks, Commissioner Bubber Wilkes moved that the contract be offered to OWT, even at a 7 percent higher rate.
This highly efficient technology is scalable from small, hand-held units to large, industrial equipment," said Jeff Brink, President and CEO of OWT.
Despite our favorable results from OWT, EMCON continues to experience disappointment in our Laboratories and Consulting divisions.
This release contains forward-looking statements regarding improvement of EMCON's Alaskan office performance and future contributions from OWT to company profitability.
Under the terms of the agreement, EMCON acquires all of the capital stock of OWT in exchange for $14 million in cash.
Microbial indicators of fecal contamination were studied to help improve understanding of the nature and extent of potential impacts of OWTS discharge to aquifer systems and nearby surface waters.
NEHA's Certified Installer of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (CiOWTS) credential holders are trained in assessment, staging, and installation of OWTS at either a basic or an advanced level.
For more information on the OWTS program, please contact Christl Tate, Project Coordinator, at CTate@neha.