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tellurium

 [tĕ-lu´re-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 52, atomic weight 127.60, symbol Te. (See Appendix 6.)

TE

In magnetic resonance spin echo pulse sequences, the time to echo, when the magnetization signal is sampled.

TE

Abbreviation for Terminologia Embryologica.

Te

Symbol for tellurium.

TE

An MRI term for time (measured in milliseconds) between the application of the 90° pulse and the peak of the echo signal in spin echo and inversion recovery pulse sequences.

TE

1. Thromboembolic.
2. Total estrogen.
3. Tracheoesophageal.

TE

In magnetic resonance spin-echo pulse sequences, the time to echo, when the magnetization signal is sampled.

Te

1. electrodiagnosis Abbreviation denoting tetanic contraction.
2. Symbol for tellurium
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Research is consistently showing that tES is safe and without negative short-term consequences, and there is growing evidence that it is also safe in the long term.
In order to utilize the TES effectively in a hybrid configuration, an appropriate online energy management strategy much be created and incorporated.
36) Looking across the body of research that is beginning to accumulate about TEs and their work reveals three broad and interrelated strands: (a) Research on the competencies that might be used to define the (broad) expertise of TEs, (b) research on the transition experiences of TEs into the academy, and (c) research conducted by TEs themselves, using their own professional contexts as research sites.
The student taught after the teacher went through the TES process would score about 4.5 percentile points higher at the end of the year than the student taught before the teacher went through the evaluation.
Some local electric utilities pay one-time cash incentives to customers that install and operate TES equipment--usually a fixed amount of several hundred dollars per kilowatt of load reduction during a defined on-peak period of several hours per day, Andrepont says.
The information caravan also provided a venue for students to ask how they could benefit from the TES and other programs of the DSWD.
She noted that TES is established for all Filipino students who shall enroll in undergraduate-post-secondary programs of state universities and colleges (SUCs), local universities and colleges (LGUs), private higher educational institutions (HEIs), and all technical vocational institutions (TVIs).
Those purchasers include Meaghan Donahue, M.A., vice-president; Staci Hazlett, B.A., director, Administrative and Human Resources; Julie Hruby, M.A., Regional director, California; Traci Bean, M.A., SLP-CCC, Regional directora[euro]"TES Connect; and Tawnia Novak, B.S., Regional director, Ohio.
TES is one of the core components of Republic Act (RA) No.
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) on Monday signed a memorandum of agreement with almost 1,000 private higher education institutions (HEIs) for the implementation of the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES), a component program of Republic Act 10931 or the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act.
STAFF in Kirklees College's examinations department have been shortlisted for the Professional Services Team of the Year award in the 2019 Tes FE Awards 2019.