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trinitrotoluene

 [tri-ni″tro-tol´u-ēn]
TNT: a high explosive derived from toluene; it sometimes causes poisoning in those who work with it, marked by dermatitis, gastritis, abdominal pain, vomiting, constipation, and flatulence.

TNT

Abbreviation for trinitrotoluene.

TNT

1. Treating to New Targets.
2. Tumor necrosis therapy, see there.

TNT

Abbreviation for trinitrotoluene.
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Williams played in only TNT's first three games this conference while Semerad hurt his shoulder in a freak accident late in Game 1 of the Ginebra semifinal playoffs.
TNT went on an electrifying 20-0 run across the first two quarters with Terrence Jones converting on a driving layup for the 37-19 lead 16 seconds into the second period.
The acquisition is an asset purchase and accordingly the financial information set out below has been extracted from the unaudited management information of TNT UK Ltd.
For complete retrieval of decanted TNT from unserviceable munitions, decanting process was carried out.
TNT has grown into a highly respected, 6.7 billion euro company with diverse revenue streams from around the world with operations in more than 200 countries.
"With FedEx having always been the most logical predator of TNT Express, we see the chances of a competing offer as slim."
FedEx has just two per cent of the European market and almost no overlap with TNT, which has about 15 per cent, he said.
"All countries around the world that have trading flows with Israel and use TNT will benefit from this enhanced connectivity.
Construction work on TNT Express' future air and road hub began at Dammam's King Fahd International Airport (KFIA) today.
TNT MIGHT BE A part-timer when it comes to cable's sporting landscape, but that doesn't mean it isn't a player.
Atlanta: United Parcel Service (UPS) said it appealed the European Union regulator's January decision to block its 5.16 billion-euro ($6.7 billion) bid for TNT Express, saying the move aims to clarify the legal reasoning rather than renew its interest in the Dutch rival.