WTE

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AcronymDefinition
WTEWorking to Empower (Canada)
WTEWalk to Emmaus (various locations)
WTEWyoming Tribune Eagle (newspaper; Cheyenne, WY)
WTEWaste To Energy
WTEWhole Time Equivalent
WTEWebSphere Test Environment
WTEWassertechnik GmbH (Germany Water Company)
WTEWeb Traffic Express (IBM)
WTEWeb Telephony Engine
WTEWind Tunnel Enterprise (NASA)
WTEWhat to Expect When You`re Expecting (Heidi Murkoff book)
WTEWedge Tailed Eagle
WTEWills, Trusts, & Estates (law school course)
WTEWriting the Essay (NYU course)
WTEWorst Team Ever (gaming)
WTEWeekly Training Events (military and government linguist/analysts)
WTEWelcome to Everworld (KA Applegate book)
WTEWavelength Termination Equipment
WTEWeapons Test Equipment
WTEWolverine Tractor and Equipment
WTEWisdom Tooth Extraction
WTEWind Turbine Engineering (Ireland)
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Mr Ryan, of independent health consultancy Mapi Values, also questioned the effectiveness of guidelines on wisdom tooth extraction.
Chester have doubts surrounding the fitness of defender Scott Guyett, who is suffering the effects of a wisdom tooth extraction, whilst a flu bug has hit the club.
MORE than 70 per cent of employees rank a 'job clinching' interview as one of the 'most dreaded' experience of their adult lives - more so than meeting a partner's parents (16%) , or a wisdom tooth extraction (13 per cent), according to Office Angels, the UK's leading secretarial and office support recruitment consultancy.
His start to the South Africa tour was delayed by four days because of an emergency wisdom tooth extraction but now all 24 fully-contracted players are on the trip and all could play first-team cricket at some stage this summer.
Opioid addiction and abuse is commonly happening to those being treated for acute pain, such as a broken bone or wisdom tooth extraction.
Trent maintains a full scope surgical armamentarium, including dentoalveolar surgery, wisdom tooth extraction, dental implant placement, and pathology management.
Implants cost some 61 per cent less, wisdom tooth extraction a 52 per cent saving and acrylic dentures 44 per cent cheaper.
ALMOST three-quarters of employees rank a 'job clenching' interview as one of the 'most dreaded' experiences of their adult lives - more so than meeting a partner's parents (16 per cent) , or a wisdom tooth extraction (13 per cent), according to Office Angels, the UK's leading secretarial and office support recruitment consultancy.
Three-quarters rank a ``job-clinching'' interview as one of the ``most dreaded'' experience of their adult lives - more so than meeting a partner's parents (22%) or a wisdom tooth extraction.
These include everything from dental implants and wisdom tooth extractions to oral pathology and bone grafting.
The study compared clinical specimens of malignant tissue from 93 cancer patients with either tissue from healthy volunteers undergoing wisdom tooth extractions or with non-cancerous tissue from the same people.