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MTSO

(Mobile Telephone Switching Office) An operations center that connects the landline PSTN system to the mobile phone system. It is also responsible for compiling call information for billing and handing off calls from one cell to another.
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Along with the interaction between the national trade union federations, cooperation agreements have been concluded between the Minsk City Association of Trade Unions and the Federation of Trade Unions of Ulaanbaatar, the Institute of Labor and Social Relations at the CMTU and the International University MITSO of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus.
They learned well: Lieutenant Commander Fuchida Mitso, who flew the lead plane at Pearl Harbor, said, "I learned very much from [the Taranto] lesson in shallow water launching [of torpedoes].
She | remembers (back row) Wayne Smith, Nazia, Manjinder, Cherri Canavan, Paul Marsons, Emma Barnett, Carl Knights, Lemmise Edwards-Sealey, Jamie Gower (middle row) Jaswinder, Peter Gostick, Phillip Waring, Harry Hanly, Ian Bargewell, Sukh Dhaddy, Nicola Connor, Claire Ironside (front) Graham Parsons, Yesrab Mahmood, Richard Tull, Ms Irene Mitsos, Emma Fullarton, Paul Hutt, Sukhwinder
Panayotopulos, Mitsos Papanicolau, y extranjeros como E.
The Europeanisation of Greece's Foreign Policy: Progress and Problems," in Archilleas Mitsos and Elias Mossialos, (eds.
Using sunflowers as their inspiration, MIT researchers, led by assistant professor of mechanical engineering Alexander Mitsos, came up with a biomimetic design - a design that mimics nature - that better arranges the mirrors.
The Thread begins with a prologue set in 2007 with an Anglo-Greek boy, Mitsos, visiting his grandparents in Thessaloniki, a teeming seaside city in view of Mount Olympus.
There is also a lot of merit to be given to the Commission services, under the leadership of Director General Achilleas Mitsos, who very firmly set the standard in these negotiations with total conviction.
Discussions are currently underway between the EU Commission's research director Achilleas Mitsos and Japan's chief negotiator Tetsuhisa Shirakawa on details of an agreement.
The cochairs of the ad hoc group now include Lautenbacher; Akio Yuki, the Japanese deputy minister of education, culture, sports, science, and technology; Achilleas Mitsos, director-general of research with the European Commission; and Robert Adam, South Africa's director-general of science and technology.
Chapter 4, "The Life of Mitsos Hindzos," is a portrait of the most well-known zurna player of Jumaya/Iraklia based on interviews, and presented primarily in the words of (I assume) coauthor Angeliki Keil.