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RTF

RTF

RTF

(Rich Text Format) A document format from Microsoft for encoding text and graphics. It was adapted from IBM's DCA format and supports ANSI, IBM PC and Macintosh character sets. The RTF format is used as a source document for Windows Help files and other Microsoft products.
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The United Nations supported AU RTF comprise 5,000 soldiers drawn from the four countries affected by the LRA -- Uganda, DRC, CAR and South Sudan.
It is a much less invasive and less risky procedure than the alternative, repeat thoracotomy, and should be considered as a good treatment option for patients with an RTF.
RTF, established in 1979, is primarily engaged in the manufacture of fasteners--screws, nuts, and bolts-for the automotive segment.
Maki works for RTF Finance, an international firm providing "micro-sized instant loans".
Functionally, the RTF is the well-proven Glock design.
The Glock 22 featured here is the RTF (Rough Texture Finish) version.
On page 38, the caption for the picture states that the "G-22 RTF features a cocking indicator.
He'll remember you solved his problem, will appreciate it and--hopefully--will no longer feel such urgency for his new purchase that he buys an RTF across town.
This is a logical step following the 2006 acquisition of the Yate business from Rexam and underlines the company's position as the user and developer of the proprietary RTF forming technology.
To maintain a grip on quality, RTF designs and builds its own equipment, such as parts dumpers, wheelabrator loaders, quality gauges, and rust-inhibiting equipment.
High RTF seen during SICS indicates increased utilization of the vomeronasal system (VNS) (Burghardt, 1970, 1980; Graves & Halpern, 1989, 1990; Halpern, 1992; Halpern & Kubie, 1980, 1984; Kahmann, 1932, 1934).
For each behavior with multiple measurements, mean angles were calculated for slug bearing, flow bearing, and heading RTF.