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TERMTechnology Enabled Relationship Manager
TERMTsunami Education Rehabilitation Monitor (Sri Lanka)
TERMTelecom Enforcement, Resource and Monitoring (India)
TERMTank Extended Range Munition(s)
TERMTerminal
TERMTerminate
TERMTermination
TERMTissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (various organizations)
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As the Port of Tampa's relationship with P&O Ports Florida is relatively recent and since the port's terminal operations continue unaffected with its existing terminal operator, there should not be any operational disruptions in the event the board does not pursue the agreement with P&O Florida.
Safe and efficient movement of ammunition through the terminal has been, and remains, the cornerstone of operations, said MOTSU commander Col.
The $875 million terminal is the largest construction job since the airline's inception.
The NTAVO All-In-One Terminal (NTA-6015L) is powerful multiple-usage terminal that integrates and LCD display.
FamilyMart has 5,600 e-Tower terminals in stores throughout the country; Lawson operates similar Loppi terminals in 7,600 locations, the even lesser-known Three F chain has more than 600 e-Tower terminals in place.
The options included allowing the authority to sell property identified for a new terminal, or pursue last-minute efforts to build a new terminal.
The new dual mode terminal will be backward compatible with Comtech's existing satellite terminals currently in use in the battlefield.
For the master planning process, LCOR has assembled a well-known team that has unique experience in transit-oriented development, including projects such as JFK International Arrivals Terminal, Grand Central Terminal and Washington Union Station.
Airport officials had long argued that safety was paramount because the existing terminal sits as close as 300 feet to the centerline of the runway.
Devon IT, the fastest-growing provider of thin client terminals and server-desktop solutions, today announced the availability of the DIT 6040A thin client terminal, priced at $US139.
5 million SF Terminal 4 that sits on 165 acres in Queens.