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tsi

[or ‚tē‚es′ī]
(mechanics)
A unit of force equal to 1 ton-force per square inch; equal to approximately 1.54444 × 107 pascals.
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CME Group enjoyed a particularly marked increase in iron ore trading activity, clearing over 2 MT of derivatives basis TSI, of which 1.5 MT were options.
Wayne Lashley, TSI COO, said, "TSI continues to build upon our central competencies in application and data management.
The new products, along with four existing LTO-3 tape automation products, will be distributed worldwide under TSI's private-label OEM supplier agreement with HP.
Currently, TSI's geographic sales regions span the globe, with 47% of business generated in Korea, 24% coming from Japan and other markets representing 29%.
Despite the gains in power and performance the TSI engine, when applied to the Golf, is still capable of returning a combined fuel figure of 38.7 mpg while emitting 174 g/km of CO2.
The TSI represents trading standards professionals across the UK.
TSI's EAP-SIM authentication service provides the interface for passing user credentials between the RADIUS-based Wi-Fi network and the SIM-based GSM operator's network.
Humphrey, 54, was the co-founder of TSI and served as its president and chief executive officer from 1984 to 1998.
Created by Toothfriendly Sweets International (TSI), the logo is licensed to TSI members for use on the packaging and advertising of products proven to be "toothfriendly" by a standard scientific test.
Antibodies with stimulating activity (TSI) have traditionally been detected in bioassays that measure their effect on cloned rat thyroid cells (FRTL-5) or on Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells transfected with recombinant human thyrotropin-stimulating hormone (TSH) receptor (2, 3).
The results indicate that Urdu translated TSI is a reliable and valid scale that can be used for measuring levels and sources of work stress in school teachers of Pakistan.