TSE


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TSE

abbr.
transmissible spongiform encephalopathy
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TSE

abbreviation for
1. (Veterinary Science) transmissible spongiform encephalopathy: any of a group of degenerative brain diseases, including BSE in cattle, that can be transmitted from one individual or species to another
2. (Stock Exchange) Toronto Stock Exchange
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TSE

transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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In Term 5 they have an 8-day pediatric surgery internship and an 11-day urology internship with theoretical and practical lectures about TSE and testicular cancer.
O tlhalositse fa ba dirile dipone tse disha tse ba solofetse gore di tlaa dira sentle ka jaana ba tsweletse ka go di baya leitlho.
Merianos, Ph.D., from the University of Cincinnati, and colleagues conducted a secondary analysis of 7,389 non-smoking adolescents to examine the correlation between distinct TSE measures and TSE-related symptoms and emergency department and/or urgent care use.
TSE has collaborated with Consolidated Chassis Management in developing this product.
Drip irrigation has advantages in TSE application, because the water applied by the system does not come into direct contact with the crop.
He said improved liquidation capacities of the market and online trading which he said has increased accessibility to the market for the Iranian shareholders caused the aforementioned increase in trade at the TSE in the last 9 months.
"I am relieved as trading started smoothly," TSE president Akira Kiyota told a news conference.
After the merger, TSE Senior Executive Vice President Hiroyuki Iwakuma will be named as president of TSE and OSE Deputy President Motoharu Fujikura as president of OSE.
Listing of foreign corporate in the TSE as JDRs is customary since the foreign corporates are already listed in their home countries.
TSE president and CEO Atsushi Saito is taking a 30 percent hit on his pay for two months.
2011 was a good year for IPOs with six new companies listing on the TSE. These included two banks, two petrochemical companies, a steel manufacturer and an electronics company which raised the total number of TSE listed companies to 347 at the end of December 2011.