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RTE

(1) See runtime engine.

(2) (Real-Time Executive) The operating system used in the HP 1000 series. See HP 1000.
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The RTE coverage was lambasted on Twitter with many viewers left disappointed and confused.
That's why this partnership is important not only for RTE and Boylesports but for the future of Irish racing.
Adding antioxidants to RTE formulations has a limited effect on preventing production of the compounds.
The sources said at the time that RTE had an enterprise value of some EUR12bn (USD16.
Usually, the idea is that someone only leaves RTE when slowly but surely their shows are axed, end or fold.
According to the company, in March 2012, to complement its SAORVIEW terrestrial service, RTE is switching on a new digital satellite service which will provide service cover to the 1-2% of households which are beyond range of terrestrial DTT reception.
Revision of SSA norms, including provisions for teachers and classrooms, support for academic supervision, research, evaluation and monitoring, opening of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs) to bring them in conformity with the provisions of the RTE Act and implement the combined RTE-SSA programme.
The RTE B DIP switches improve marking visibility via a laser marking, which provides light characters on a dark background, resulting in a high contrast level.
Coreso was initially founded in December 2008 by RTE and Elia.
What actually she'll do at RTE is still unclear and details of the show are still sketchy.
The RTE 2005 Conference and Exhibition will be themed "UV/EB--Join the Winning Technology.
Although RTE meats are cooked, they should be reheated in some cases because they can become contaminated between the cooking and packaging steps.