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UTS

(Universal Timesharing System) Amdahl's version of Unix System V. Release 4.0 is POSIX compliant.
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Exceptun' for gurgly noises un uts throat an' for creepun' on all fours, ut dudna monage much un the walkun' an' talkun' line.
Developed at UTS, Melligen cells are human liver cells that have been genetically engineered to produce, store and release insulin in response to blood sugar levels in the body.
At the facility launch today, UTS Vice-Chancellor Professor Attila Brungs said the Biologics Innovation Facility (BIF) is a great example of industry, government and university collaboration to drive the jobs of the future in an emerging industry.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (International) for the University of Technology Sydney Iain Watt and Managing Director of UTS Insearch Alex Murphy and more than 200 dignitaries, business leaders and educators from Colombo were present at the Launch.
The newly-promoted Evo-Stik NPL North West Division club were contacted by the Football Association to make them aware that the use of UTS was forbidden by their 'Kit and Advertising regulations' for club above step six of the non-league system.
Fitzpatrick completed a hat-trick of awards when he was named as BBC Newcastle Northern League Player of the Season and was presented with the award by former FA Vase winner Paul Dixon Speaking after the event, the striker admitted that he was struggling to find the words to describe a historic season for everyone at the UTS Stadium club.
("UTS"), which provides fixed and mobile services to the island nations of Curacao, St.
At the same time, Fitch affirms the 'AAA' rating on approximately $2.2 billion of outstanding PUF bonds issued for UTS.
I think I would set-up the UTS with the integral laser/flashlight unit and a compact optical sight mounted on the rail.
This research focuses on issues with the design and implementation of academic development at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in Australia.