ATU


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AcronymDefinition
ATUAuto Teile Unger (German auto parts company)
ATUArkansas Tech University
ATUAmalgamated Transit Union
ATUACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) Tenants Union
ATUAfrican Telecommunications Union
ATUActuant Corporation (stock symbol)
ATUAcross the Universe (Beatles song and 2007 movie)
ATUAutorisation Temporaire d'Utilisation (French: Temporary Use Authorization; pharmacology)
ATUAdsl Transceiver Unit
ATUAntenna Tuning Unit
ATUADSL Transceiver Unit (ITU-T)
ATUAerobic Treatment Unit
ATUAquatic Therapy University (Plymouth, MN)
ATUAgrobacterium Tumefaciens
ATUAmphibious Task Unit (joint military training project; Finland and Sweden)
ATUADSL Terminal Unit
ATUAddress Translation Unit
ATUAbstract Tribe Unique (hip hop)
ATUAlcohol Tax Unit
ATUAIDS Treatment Update
ATUAnchorage Telephone Utility
ATUAdvanced Training Unit (US Navy)
ATUAudio Terminal Unit
ATUAutomatic Tuning Unit
ATUAntiterrorist Unit
ATUAwareness, Trial and Usage
ATUAcute Treatment Unit
ATUAsian Taekwondo Union
ATUAdvanced Tactical Unit (gaming)
ATUAlbergues de Transicion Unifamiliar (Spanish: Family Transition Shelters; Guatemala)
ATUaccount team unit (UK)
ATUApproaching the Unreal (Rock Band players' group; Australia)
ATUAppalachian Terror Unit (band)
ATUAccumulated Thermal Unit
ATUAir Terminal Unit (HVAC)
ATUAuto Trac Universal (John Deere assisted steering system)
ATUActions Transports Urgents (French: Urgent Action Transport)
ATUAdministrative Target Unit
ATUAutomatic Tray Unsleever (US postal Service)
ATUAll Terrain Unicycle
ATUAutomatic Top-Up (Virgin Mobile USA)
ATUAgency Terminal Unit
ATUAmerican Tippler Union
ATUAlarm Transfer Unit
ATUAuxiliary Test Unit
ATUAnalog Test Unit
ATUAmplifier Test/Technology Unit
ATUAutomated Tracking Unit
ATUAnalog Trip Unit
ATUAudio Tape Unit
ATUApplication Terminal Unit
ATUAutomatic Testing Unit
ATUAUTODIN Transfer Unit
ATUArmy Test Unit
ATUArizona Treasures Unlimited, Inc. (Phoenix, AZ)
ATUAutomated Timing Unit
ATUAutomated Translation Unit
ATUAll Things Ukrainian, Inc (North Carolina importer)
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The government provided approximately 5.3 billion guaranies ($950,840) for the efforts of the ATU, the MWA, and SNNA.
Our sample of 300 languages does not contain any blatant counter-example to ATU, but this is the right place to ask ourselves: what would such a language be like?
She found Nancy Hennigan, a past member of the ATU alumni association.
The Conference stressed the need to establish branches of ATU in the Arab countries and prepare a document for the certified trainer ethics to be signed by all trainers who get approval from ATU, and in event of breach, the certification is to be withdrawn, develop laws and legislation to training centres in the Arab world in general and the Sultanate in particular for the organization of their work to achieve the desired quality.
"We aim to spread our message which highlights the corruption recorded in the government report among local, regional and international bodies, including the International Labour Organisation," said ATU co-ordinator Mohammed Musaed, whose organisation represents more than 600 workers.
ATU Duty Free will begin operations from January 2015.
"We do not know anything about a call for a strike at Alba, nor are we part of it," said ATU co-ordinator Mohammed Musaed
i tetahi aitua, tera pea e riro ana ma tetahi atu e tiaki.
The vendor is expected to make up its mind by the end of the year whether it would accept an offer from ATU's creditors to take on the company's debt of some EUR600m (USD810m) in exchange for equity or would choose a third-party bidder, the sources said.
Two cooperation agreements will be signed at the meeting, one between SIDA and ATU and the other between Swedac and ATU.
(3.) "U.S Funds Go to Antipoverty Agency Here." Albany Times Union (ATU), March 14, 1967, p.1; "Albany Nearly Alone in Poverty Stand." (ATU), May 15, 1966, p.
ATU 510B, "Peau d'Asne" (also "Donkey Skin" and previously "The Dress of Gold, of Silver, and of Stars [Cap o' Rushes]"), exists within a rich, international oral tradition and has attracted literary rewriters, from Charles Perrault and the Grimm brothers, to modern American novelists and short story writers.