TMB


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TMB

Abbreviation for:
theoretical mechanistic biochemistry
transient monocular blindness
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TMB Bank is a financial services company founded in 1957, primarily engaged in retail and commercial banking operations in Thailand.
"We've had favourable results from our investment in TMB since 2008 and we are positive on the digital development in the country's banking sector.
Once the 105 modern city buses have been delivered, over 50 percent of the TMB fleet, which is currently around 1,140 buses strong, will be MAN vehicles.
TMB is the number of somatic, coding, base substitution, and indel mutations per megabase of the genome tested (3).
In patients with high TMB who received Opdivo plus Yervoy, 62% were alive at one year; 20% and 23% of patients with medium and low levels of TMB were alive at one year, respectively.
[and] allegations that the professional activities Miller engaged in outside of the TMB created conflicts of interest with his role on the TMB.
Pues resulta de comparar la evolucion de la masa total desarrollada por el organismo, con la TMB que corresponde a esa masa total o peso vivo (PV) del organismo.
TMB bank is 30 percent-owned by Dutch banking giant ING Groep NV (NYSE: ING) (INGA.AS) and 26.1 percent owned by Thailand's Ministry of Finance.
Part of TMB's Signature Series, this 92-mm apochromat is a fast f/5.5 triplet-lens design, making for a stubby, ultra-compact tube assembly.
TMB Industries, Chicago, recently acquired Stainless Foundry and Engineering Inc., Milwaukee, a provider of steel and other high alloy composition castings.
As much as high-street shoppers should be looking out for the ABTA stamp of approval when booking that well-deserved holiday, or the CORGI stamp for their plumbing needs - so should businesses be looking to seek ICT and Business advice from a Technology Means Business (TMB) Accredited advisor.
Pakistan decided to file its case late last month with the binding Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) of the WTO after the United States failed to implement two rulings by the 10-member, quasi-judicial Textiles Monitoring Body (TMB), which called on it to rescind the restraint order that took effect March 17, 1999.