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1. On drawings, abbr. for architectural terra-cotta.
2. On drawings, abbr. for “acoustical tile ceiling.”
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In some instances, ATCs will have additional access to ice machines that are typically located in near by bays and girls locker rooms.
Corporations will use WT/CW's Asset Trade Credit (ATC) program to help owners or lessees maximize value for their properties, thus increasing cash-flow available for core business purposes and contributing to improved shareholder value.
Table 3 Demographics Summary for Attitude Toward Computer Scale (ATCS)
Though, it is on record that NAMA had late last year employed and trained 40 ATCs but the figure fell short of the required number of 300 needed to boost the job.
The ATCs were established under the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), 1997, for speedy trial of cases pertaining to terrorism, sectarian killing, extortion and kidnapping for ransom.
The petitioner requested the court to cancel the ATC decision in regarding the acquittal of Imran Khan in SSP Junejo torture case.
The work environment of ATCs should be given due attention as it will affect their wellbeing at the workplace.
Due to pending cases registered under clauses of Terrorism Chief Justice Lahore High Court (LHC), Mansoor Ali Shah ordered establishing three new ATCs in Sahiwal, Gujranwala and Rawalpindi cities of the province three months ago for speedy trial.
Khan said they (Sharifs) are trying to establish a perception that if they are thieves so are everyone else."In bid to hush me, they (Sharifs) have lodged cases against me in Election Commission of Pakistan, apex court and ATCs", maintained Khan.
Summary: Karachi [Pakistan], Oct 11 (ANI): Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain has been charged with terror funding and money laundering, after Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) submitted an interim charge-sheet before the administrative judge of the Anti-Terrorism Courts (ATCs).
"My students were excited to create their ATCs and send them to their new friends," writes Kathleen Petka, in her "Knowledge and New Friends Through Artist Trading Cards" (page 26).
As the face of health care continues to evolve, athletic trainers (ATCs) are uniquely positioned to play an important and valuable role in the national health agenda.