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AcronymDefinition
UTESUnderground Thermal Energy Storage
UTESUnit Training Equipment Site
UTESUlusal Temiz Enerji Sempozyumu (Turkish: National Clean Energy Symposium)
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The production-spec Unimogs are equipped with a new road-rail pack that allows the tough ute to drive along any railway at up to speeds of 50km/h.
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Offensively, the Utes took advantage inside with 7-foot freshman forward Jakob Poeltl, who manhandled the Lumberjacks' three-guard lineup that also included undersized forwards Jacob Parker (6-6) and Thomas Walkup (6-4).
The Utes got within six on a 3-pointer from Leilani Mitchell, but the Trojans got 3-pointers from Heather Oliver, a fast break score from Aarika Hughes and then another three from Hughes to pull ahead 45-31 with 9:40 remaining.
In addition to the well-side or pick-up models, the Mark II BF Falcon XR8 Ute can also be bought as a cab/chassis - so building contractors or municipal organisations can fit their own trays and bodies.
Searching for Chipeta; the story of a Ute and her people.
Professional staff were averaging nine hours 36 min utes a week extra, unpaid work, worth pounds 9,000 a year,it was revealed.
Realize that despite all of the attention to trucks and utes, the midsize market is still the single biggest vehicle category.
But, as a legal matter, is the CBM gas part of the coal reserved to the Utes by the 1909 Coal Lands Act?
The Utes are not as far removed or extended from their immediate dependence on nature by the implements of progress which demands that the tribal members not only act in sync with one another but with the cosmic clock of nature as well.
I had long been intrigued by ascription of this label to the extended Taylor family, and not only by its ethnological inaccuracy, since the Southern Utes had never maintained clan-based organization.