BITO


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AcronymDefinition
BITOBoating Industry Training Organisation (New Zealand)
BITOBrazilian Incoming Travel Organization (est. 1981; business association; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
BITOBrazilian Incoming Tour Operators
BITOBun in the Oven
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Desse modo, nao foi possivel saber se as vendas das RCEs ocorreram ou irao ocorrer apos a emissao do conselho executivo do MDL ao titular do projeto, por meio de cessao ou ainda por promessa de cessao futura, conforme exposto por Bito (2006) e Sister (2007).
Photo: (color) Dugo Bito, left, and Presente Garcia work Thursday on the front gate of The Newhall Land and Farming Company's Avignon development in Valencia.
Initial participants in the Brazil Now initiative are three airlines operating international routes to Brazil - TAM, Gol/Varig and TAP; as well as ABIH (Brazilian Association of the Industry of Hotels) and BITO (Association of Receptive Tourism in Brazil).
The contract relates to the expectations of the management of the service specialist school for the educational aspects and relational, geared to autonomy and identity of the minor in a state of serious physical and / or psychological, attend the School of ~Childhood, primary schools and secondary schools of 1st degree of Bito, including the villages of Mariotto and Palombaio, and Palo del Colle, reported by the School and identified by the Local Health Authority (= see.
Mae''r blynyddoedd yn mynd yn ei blaenau, a rydych chi''n Bito Eleni Eto na chawsoch y cyfle.
Flanker Tui Asi Bito scored DK's only try before another Bown penalty and a John Higgins drop goal sealed the win.
AT a small business roundtable event hosted by us recently in Coventry involving local firm BITO Storage Systems and the Chambers of Commerce, the importance of how a business treats its customers in these tricky economic times came under scrutiny.
Bito T, Roy S, Sen CK, Packer L (2000) Pine bark extract PYCNOGENOL downregulates IFN-[gamma]-induced adhesion of T cells to human keratinocytes by inhibiting inducible ICAM-l expression.
In his first novels, appearing in his native Hungarian, Bito addressed contemporary issues, focusing on life in Hungary during the first half of the twentieth century.
Hamad Al Qaidhi and Abdul Azeez Al Nofali were the stars for Seeb while foreign recruit Etienne Bito was the lone scorer for Dhofar.