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BTA

(Business Technology Association, Kansas City, MO, www.bta.org). A membership association of manufacturers, dealers, distributors and service companies in the business equipment and systems industries, founded in 1994. It was a merger of NOMDA (National Office Machine Dealers Association), founded in 1926, with LANDA and AIMED (LAN Dealers Association and Affiliated Independent Mailing Equipment Dealers). Publications, training seminars and annual Business Technology Expos are sponsored by the BTA.
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Under the BOL, the BTA, and the eventual Bangsamoro parliament, shall be composed of 80 members.
Marcus Bowen, Events Manager for the BTA says, "Following a sell-out event in Birmingham last year, we're so excited to be heading to London.
BTA has written gross insurance premiums for EUR 42.4 million in the first six months of this year in Latvia, and for EUR 56.8 million in Lithuania.
BTA's chief executive officer, Kevin Dallas, in a statement on Monday, said 'in the hospitality business, visitor spending is a metric most closely tied to profitability.
According to the statement of the BTA Bank, the Kazakh bank ceased to be a shareholder of the BTA Bank in Kyrgyzstan on June 12.
'The BTA is also set to hold its inaugural session on the same day.
Ebrahim is expected to submit to the BTA the transition plan that will cover the proposed organizational plan of the regional bureaucracy and its implementation schedule.
Lamitan City Vice Mayor Roderic Furigay said Saturday their barangay captains were hopeless already about having a representative to the BTA until they learned this week that there are three slots open yet in the government bloc in the transition group.
He also acknowledged BTA vice president, Oaitse Thipe, who had been a professional coach in America, for playing an important role in developing tennis in Botswana.
Compared with those in the placebo group, participants in the BTA group had a higher response rate as measured by the HAM-D17 at 6 weeks after treatment (P = .02), especially female patients (P = .002).
BTA has recently been awarded the coveted ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification by Bureau Veritas, a global leader in certification services, accredited by UKAS, UK's National Accreditation Body.
The antiproliferative activity of Gd-DO3A-BTA (Chart 1), which contains a chelating moiety (DO3A) and a chemoagent region (BTA), was demonstrated by determining the in vitro growth inhibition values (GI50 and TGI) and monitoring tumor volume regression in vivo.