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tid

 3 times a day
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added the TID Talks are crucial in mapping out the future of domestic industries.
The WECA bonds are payable solely by unconditional payments to be made by TID under the take-or-pay Power Purchase Agreement with WECA.
The new range of TIDs will then start from a new base date of 2014 and run out in 2045, thus extending the useful functional life of the meter.
As do many sign languages, TID benefits from the signing space, classifier constructions, lexical signs, and constructed actions in the expression of spatial relations of objects (Arik 2013a, 2013b).
These are decoded using the TID or HMID, resulting the output sequence x.
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The police said that the former Tamil Tiger rebel alleged that during the war the rebels had murdered more than 80 people including a TID officer and an army captain who were held at a rebel run prison.
The aforementioned dispute surrounds Blom's English law governed master wakala contract with TID (the "Contract").
Meanwhile, Kuwaiti firm The Investment Dar Company ( TID), owner of Aston Martin, on Monday said that it is not selling its stake in the luxury sports car firm.
MANAMA: The National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) and Social Insurance Organisation (SIO) are each in preliminary discussions with the Investment Dar Company (TID) Kuwait in relation to a potential acquisition of holdings of shares in Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB).