TLA


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TLA

Abbreviation for:
theta-like activity
three-letter abbreviation 
thymus leukaemia antigen
time-limited admission
translumbar aortogram
translumbar aortography
transluminal angioplasty
tumescent local anaesthesia
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The Court found that while the word "restrain" could be defined as broadly as the Tenth Circuit defined it, the Court determined that the context in which the TLA uses the word "restrain" indicated that the narrower meaning of the term used in equity, which only applies to orders that stop acts of assessment, levy, or collection, should be used.
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Gottingen, 1975, nr 32 (1478), 61 (1494), 81 (1504), 106 (1511), 116 (1518); TLA, s.
In this study, laboratory experiments were used to study the rheological properties of 3 different blends of crumb rubber modified TLA mixtures, each with a different rubber concentration.
Figure 2 shows the effect of the % composition of UEO on the rheological properties of TLA at a fixed frequency of 0.
We had more of a mainstream approach for that film due to the talent involved,'' said Lewis Tice of TLA Releasing.
She added: "After Cannes we had offers from the US on the table but TLA were the most aggressive in their pursuit of the film.
Its rich use of actions and signs distinguishes it sharply from the OSB and TLA rites.
TLA has more than 50 consulting and technology professionals in the region, with offices in Caracas, Bogota and Santiago, and new facilities planned for Brazil in 2001 and Mexico in early 2002.
Systems referred to as TLA systems developed first in Japan and began to appear in the United States less than 10 years ago.
With the support of a significant equity commitment from Chicago-based GTCR, TLA has taken a major step in expanding its portfolio and the company's growth.
Island of Automation includes consolidated track islands of EDTA sample testing, whereas TLA includes testing and management of non-EDTA sample tubes onto a single, multi-faceted track system.