TIGR


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TIGR

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) Treasury Investment Growth Receipts: a bond denominated in dollars and linked to US treasury bonds, the yield on which is taxed in the UK as income when it is cashed or redeemed. Also called: Tiger
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The ADSs will commence trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol 'TIGR', effective March 20, 2019.
According to him, the figure translated to 77 per cent of TIGR and 60 per cent of total revenue while it recorded N9.65 billion in absolute terms during the first quarter of 2018.
In the present study, clinical data of hyperthyroidism patients with either normal glucose tolerance (TNGT), hyperthyroidism with impaired glucose regulation (TIGR), or diabetes (TDM) were collected.
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PM JBC-P also realigned field support representatives (FSRs) and help desks for two systems: MTS and Tactical Ground Reporting (TiGR), which is now part of the JBC-P family.
The Tigr uses a mechanical transmission, which, at customer request, can be replaced with an Allison automatic transmission and the disc brake wheels--with French Michelin tires.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- The Republic of Congo will buy several consignments of Russian-made Tigr (Tiger) armored vehicles for its police force, Russia's Military-Industrial Company (MIC) said on Wednesday, RIA Novosti reported.
The Minister of the Interior may have indicated that Nicaragua is ready to buy Russian Tigr armored vehicles, weapons and equipment for special police operations, Laprensa.com (Oct.
The arms deal is a blow for Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, owner of a Russian factory producing the Tigr (Gaz-2330) military automobile, which had been designed to replace the Cold War-era UAZ-469.
Nick Stortini entered a wide range of data related to his patrols into TIGR, such as pictures and clothing descriptions of potential high-value targets--information that was immediately accessible across the brigade.
Lessons included computer systems such as the Tactical Ground Reporting System (TiGR) and Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE)--programs used to track SIGACTs in an area of operations--and the One System Remote Video Terminal, which accesses video feeds from all unmanned aerial vehicles in an area.