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Kt.

abbr.
knight (title)

kt.

abbr.
1. karat
2. Nautical knot (measurement)
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First, some may consider the implementation of an innovation to be synonymous with KT. In this manuscript, how these processes differ is clearly demonstrated.
I eagerly wait for new editions of KT. I'm proud to say that I have read every single copy ofKhaleej Times.
Plus, the tech-savvy country seeks to take advantage of the quadrennial sporting event as a stepping stone to cement its foothold in the global mobile industry through the world's first trials of fifth-generation (5G) network service provided by Korean telecom giant KT.
Research refers to research specifically on or using KT, educational activities refers to education provided to prepare individuals to engage in KT, and strategies include specific techniques used to achieve KT. The survey included both close-ended and open-ended questions.
In addition, a variety of definitions have been proposed for KT. The most cited definition of KT, originally developed by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) in 2000, was:
"This all caused problems for my mother and KT. After waiting so long for them to be reunited and for something like this to cause an issue is not nice."
"You wouldn't turn the oven on before you went shopping," smiles KT. "Likewise, I don't like going into the studio without finished songs, though that may now change."
This research study was designed to gather facts and preliminary information about the concept of Aboriginal KT. To meet this aim, this study employed an exploratory case study approach to address the broad question, "What does knowledge translation mean in Aboriginal health research contexts?" The Michael Smith Foundation-funded Network Environments for Aboriginal Research British Columbia (NEARBC) (11) was chosen as the case for this examination because of the network's focus on Aboriginal health research and interest in KT, as well as existing connections between the authors and the network (primarily AMK and JLR).
Se establecen tres grupos en funcion de los resultados de Kt. Grupo1: Kt optimo (Kt superior a 50 litros en hombres y 45 litros en mujeres).
(15.) Goh KT. Changing epidemiology of dengue in Singapore.