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TET

 
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TET: Who are RML's target customers for its residential real estate projects?
Mouse anti-Tet monoclonal antibody (mAb) and hapten-protein conjugate (Tet conjugated with bovine serum albumin [BSA]; Tet-BSA), as described previously (26), were provided by Prof.
By use of Order of Battle Summaries gleaned from obscure Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) sources, Moise identifies enemy strength numbers that indicate substantial increases rather than decreases after Tet. And enemy contacts also did not diminish after Tet, thus negating the theory of a decimated Communist military force.
Four Tet will play the south London venue from October 10-13.
'This is more than half of my earnings per year, Ma'am,' she told Tet, still shaking, trembling in the knees.
The political impact of the Tet offensive in the United States was profound, intensifying domestic criticisms of the war.
During the Tet Offensive, both installations were major objectives for the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces.
In its entirety, the Tet Offensive was overly ambitious and the multiple attacks on metropolitan Saigon proved especially disastrous.
They held the crew for nearly a year before President Lyndon Johnson, humiliated by Tet, apologized.