TBT


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

TBT

abbreviation for tracheobronchial tree.

TBT

Transcervical balloon tuboplasty, see there.

TBT,

References in periodicals archive ?
According to Furrier, the TBT is a dense bullet with compression characteristics similar to the Barnes TSX, Swift A-Frame, Nosier AccuBond and other extra-tough big game projectiles, and it takes the rifling leade in similar fashion.
Certainly the intent over the first little while is to keep things as they are, keep people where they are, get the TBT name and logo on the door, and start introducing the concept to the clients that this is who we are," said Frenette.
One of the key disciplines of the TBT Agreement is the obligation for WTO members to use relevant "international standards" as a "basis" for their technical regulations, unless the international standards are ineffective or inappropriate.
0) from interrupting TBT to reaching a definitive treatment regimen (standard or modified).
TBT refers to different measures which countries use to control the markets defend their consumers and protect natural resources.
It is widely recognized that lack of capacity to implement WTO agreements, particularly those on TBTs and SPS measures, can constitute a major hindrance to trade.
The hydrolysis rate of TBT was controlled by adding acetyl acetone (Acac) to the system.
In some parts of the world TBT levels in human blood are alarmingly high.
Dr Carl Sayer, of the UCL Environmental Change Research Centre, who co-led the study, said: "For too long TBT has been neglected as a driver of environmental destruction in freshwater wetlands," he said.
Reports of high concentrations of TBT in sediment 8 years after the 1992 grounding of a ship on Australia's Great Barrier Reef prompted his team to investigate the additive's potential impact on coral.
Our partnership with TBT is critical to broadening the availability of this emerging technology," said Jim Rohrkemper, president of Precisia.