TRO


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TRO

Abbreviation for:
thyroid-related orbitopathy
time ran out 
to return to office
transtrochanteric rotational osteotomy
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FORSCOM has already anticipated this scenario and has provided guidance for transferring TRO duties during deployment.
The TRO program enables independent wealth management firms to attract and retain clients and their assets over generations," said Cindy Ralls, Vice President of Marketing for NATC.
The TRO required the IAM District 141M and other named individuals to immediately end illegal job actions that are disrupting the company's flight schedule and inconveniencing customers.
United cancellations continued to climb after the TRO was granted on Friday, peaking at more than 80 maintenance-related cancellations on Monday.
Meadow is available to comment on the jurisdictional, strategic and other issues associated with the Microsoft case as both sides wait for the judge's ruling on extending the TRO until the trial, which is set for January.
The TRO requires Birmingham Steel to provide the United Group at least five (5) business days written notice of the terms and conditions of any transaction to be completed prior to BIR's Annual Meeting that seeks to transfer or bind the assets or finances of BIR in order to effectuate the sale of BIR's Memphis or Cleveland SBQ facilities.
In announcing that the lawsuit was without merit and that the Company and the Bank would vigorously defend themselves against the lawsuit and TRO, Stephen H.
com company, today announced that it will provide an online, real-time webcast and rebroadcast of TRO Learning's (Nasdaq: TUTR) third quarter fiscal year 1999 earnings release conference call.
Including the 8 cents per share loss from the divestiture of the aviation operations of TRO Learning, the earnings per share was 48 cents, and 47 cents fully diluted.
and certain officers, directors and investors, demanding a TRO (temporary restraining order) be awarded, effectively granting him control of the company.