ATCH

AcronymDefinition
ATCHAttachment
ATCHAgility Trial Champion
ATCHAdrenocorticotrophic Hormone
ATCHAbsent to Cause Harm
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Around Atch Lench there are many attractive walks through woodland past small lakes and across spectacular ridges.
ATCh was the preferred substrate, and triphasic behavior of its hydrolysis was observed, with the highest catalytic efficiency revealed by ChE recovered from eyes (Fig.
Nigel Howells, the council's executive member for culture, leisure and sport, said, "There is always a fantastic atmosphere in Cardiff on match day and we want to make sure as many people as possible will have a chance to see Wales take on France in the crunch atch of this year's tournament in a family-friendly environment."
Mae gennym 'atch' a rhosys cochion yn tyfu drosto ond mae'r passion flower yn dod allan o hwnnw pan fydd y rhosus wedi darfod; mae hefyd yn mynd drosodd i'r gerddi y naill ochr i'r ty yma.
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The ma g en-route d will play eterans on atch is at Cardiff University Playing Fields, Llanrumney.
Wireless telecom supplier AirTouch Communications (OTCBB: ATCH) said that telecom supplier TeleDynamics intends to distribute SmartLinX product throughout retail outlets in the United States.
Silva has been the main man in the Premier League so far this season, and it was a fascinating contest to ws atch the young England U-21 hopeful charged with man-marking the Spanish World Cup winner.
W ATCH The Signal away with the overall title of Midland Greyhound of the Year award at an exciting Midland Greyhound last weekend.
Go on through Atch Lench to Church Lench and follow Main Street to the church at the top of the hill.
immy atch to teams of The man who netted 44 goals in 57 games for his country has written off Gordon Strachan's squad tomorrow Greaves, who fired a hat-trick behind hapless Frank Haffey in the infamous 9-3 defeat in the early 60s, even admitted the current crop of players might struggle to keep him awake.