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tsp.

abbr.
1. teaspoon
2. teaspoonful
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tsp.

abbreviation for
(Units) teaspoon
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Translations

tsp.

abbr (=teaspoonful) → c. f à café, cuil. f à caféT-square [ˈtiːskwɛər] nm, équerre f en T
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"Previously, our boot camps and training classes were scattered between our corporate office and our old warehouse - neither of which were conducive to dynamic learning environments," said Frank Gonzalez, co-founder and CEO of TSP. "The TSP Training Center is truly one of a kind and is a concrete example of TSP living out our mission of empowering our employees."
Use of a wafer-thin inner stylet through the conventional transseptal needle to puncture the septum might facilitate TSP. The aim of this study is to compare this modified TSP technique using wafer-thin inner stylet ("mosquito" technique, MOSQ-TSP) with the conventional transseptal puncture technique in patients with challenging septa.
Curry Corner features produce from Madhav's Indian spice shop 57 Lower Cathedral Road, Canton, Cardiff www.twitter.com/vishdlish | 8 chicken thighs | 2 red onions, grated | 2 tsp. ginger, grated | 2 tbsp fresh coriander, chopped | 2 tsp ground cardamom | 1 tsp ground cinnamon | 2 tsp.
Sweet potato puree INGREDIENTS: 6 sweet potatoes 250ml of white chicken stock 50g butter 2 tsp. salt 1 tsp.
<p>Secretary of State in charge of Renewable Energies and Food Industries Abdelaziz Rassaa, who conducted the debate, made an outline of the TSP.
The MCO will then attempt to recover FRV from the TSP. If the MCO recovers FRV, the MCO will then pay the member the difference between the depreciated cost already paid and the FRV cost.
As of this year, military members are unlimited in the amount they can contribute to TSP. When the program was first made available to service members in 2000, they could only contribute up to 5 percent of their income.
Beginning January 2006, there will be no limit on the percentage of pay servicemembers can contribute to the TSP. (9) Tax-deferred contributions are still limited by the Internal Revenue Service's elective deferral limit, which is currently $15,000 per tax-year.
This review describes (1) customer service provisions within TSP and those offered by private sector managers and (2) customer service practices used by private sector plan managers that could be considered for use in TSP.