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TLO

abbr.
total loss only
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The PPIB board approved TLOS in its 123rd meeting held here with Federal Minister for Power, Omar Ayub Khan in the chair, a press release said.
A grading matrix assessment approach to align student performance to Threshold Learning Outcomes (TLOs) in a large first year biology class.
In addressing the "formation and change of TLOs", Halliday and Shaffer (2015) recognize that transnational law-making does not exist constantly and is not a continuous process.
Truesdell en 1955 [20] introdujo la relacion constitutiva [??] = h(T, D) (hipoelasticidad) en donde h es una funcion lineal en Ty en D (siendo Tlos esfuerzos y D la tasa de deformacion).
There is no literary mention of it before the 1st century B.C., when it is said to be one of the six leading cities of the Lycian Union (the other five were Xanthos, Tlos, Pinara, Patara and Olympos).
Yet in their efforts to coordinate management of their faculties' commercial activities, universities have unintentionally developed barriers to rapid commercialization of many inventions by requiring faculty innovators to work only through the universities' own technology licensing offices (TLOs).
We visited the ruined hill-top citadel of Tlos, a powerful member of the Lycian League, a democratic federation of cities founded in 186BC.
About 30 miles from Fethiye, winding up through the mountains with spectacular views of the plain below, you'll come to the ancient Lycian site of Tlos.
This is consistent regardless of the teachers' level of experience (TEXP) and/or longevity (TLOS).
In 1998, legislation to promote the establishment and activities of Technology Licensing Organizations (TLOs) was enacted, and today all Japanese universities with major scientific and engineering research capability have technology transfer offices.
Substantially raise the share of private sector-funded research carried out in universities by strengthening ties between industry, university and government through greater support for technology licensing organisations (TLOs), university start-ups and other measures.