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jct.

or jctn.,

junction.
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Taiwanese medical device producers were also invited to share the development and application of smart devices, according to a press release by JCT.
Before Treasury will issue your large refund or credit (more than $5 million for a C corporation or more than $2 million for other taxpayers), the refund generally must be reported to the congressional JCT for review.
JCT also recorded its highest-ever monthly throughput at 79,074 TEUs in August 2017 - an impressive 33 per cent hike on July 2017, also one of the terminal's best-performing months.
The facility is made up of the JCT, the South Asia Gateway Terminal and the Colombo International Container Terminal.
Gulf Stevedoring's presence in Saudi Arabia, spanning over 30 years, has included cargo operations in Dammam, operations of the South Terminal before its concession and more recently, the opening and operation of JCT making Gulf Stevedoring the only company to operate container terminals on both coasts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
If the Senate bill became law and worked as drafters and JCT analysts expect, it might leave insurers with more resources to meet the obligations promised through the policies and annuity arrangements already in force, but, possibly, less cash for getting people protected against the risks of death, disability and a longer-than-expected lifespan.
Replying to another question, he said that during talks the two sides also reviewed the implementation status of decision of third JCT meeting held in Hanoi for reviewing the trade volume between the two sides.
Having served for many years as a member of both the Publications Committee and the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Coatings Technology, he was named technical editor and chair of the Editorial Review Board in 1997, and editor of JCT in 2000.
Motorists coming from the west to north Huddersfield or Calderdale will also need to exit a junction early at Outlane or continue to Jct 25 Brighouse.
If any CO-OPs that fail end up recording profits, the organizers of those CO-OPs could face tax headaches, according to the JCT staff.
When JCT withdrew from the ILeague in 2011, Bhutia himself was on record saying, " In 1996, when we won the inaugural National Football League, that was the golden period of JCT football.