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ATBAbility to Benefit
ATBAll The Best
ATBAuthority to Board (commercial trade)
ATBArab Tunisian Bank (Tunisia)
ATBAndy Timmons Band
ATBAntibiotic
ATBAlberta Treasury Branches
ATBAbsolutely the Best (various companies)
ATBActive Time Battle (roleplaying game)
ATBAcross the Board
ATBAndré Tanneberger (musician)
ATBAntibiotice SA (Romania)
ATBAmerica The Beautiful
ATBActive Turn Based
ATBActive Time Battle
ATBAnguilla Tourist Board
ATBAlternate Top Bevel (saw blades)
ATBApproved Training Body (UK)
ATBAll Terrain Bike
ATBAdvanced Trace Bus (computing)
ATBAll Terrain Binoculars (ruggedized all-weather binoculars)
ATBAll-Time Best
ATBAnti-Terrorism Bill (various locations)
ATBAdvanced Technology Bomber (B-2)
ATBAutomatic Torque Biasing
ATBAssociation for Tropical Biology
ATBAll Time Buy
ATBAll Terrain Board
ATBAll Trunks Busy
ATBAsphalt Treated Base
ATBAmerica's Talent Bank
ATBArticulated Total Body
ATBAir Terminal Building
ATBAutomated Ticket and Boarding Pass (airline industry)
ATBAtmospheric Tower Bottom (industrial process)
ATBAged Trial Balance (accounts receivable)
ATBAuburn Tourism Board (Washington)
ATBArticulated Tug and Barge
ATBAutomatische Trein Beinvloeding (Dutch: automatic train control)
ATBAgricultural Training Board
ATBAmazon Tree Boa (snake)
ATBAdvanced Tactical Bomber
ATBAir to Boil (temperature)
ATBAir Turn Back (aviation)
ATBAfter the Bang (period just after the Big Bang)
ATBAvailable to Build (Dell)
ATBAir Transport Board (Canada)
ATBAnti-Terrorist Branch (UK)
ATBAnalytical Tool Box
ATBAustrian Testing Board
ATBAir Technical Battalion
ATBArmy Training Board
ATBAbove-Ground Telecommunications Backbone
ATBAntenna Test Bed
ATBAuthorization to Buy (government contracting)
ATBAir Target Board
ATBAviation Test Board
ATBAirborne Test Bed
ATBAssociation Thiaisienne de Badminton (French badminton association)
ATBArmy Transportation Board
ATBAir Transport Brigade
ATBAutomatic Ticket Barrier
ATBAtypical Tuberculosis
ATBAdvanced Training Base
ATBAuto Theft Bureau (law enforcement)
ATBAviation Training Board
ATBAtmospheric Test Ban
ATBAdaptive Two-step Allowing Backtracking (IEEE)
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(2007) and Sen (1999), this study defines the ability to benefit from goods produced by a household as the "freedom to act." This includes freedom to make individual or collective decisions on the use of the goods produced by a household for the improvement of livelihoods.
Whilst Pentagon Plastics is enjoying the benefits of ongoing reshoring, it, like others, warns that the ongoing skills shortage could hamper the UK's ability to benefit from the trend, particularly considering Brexit negotiations potentially ending free movement of labour within the EU.
With SG Preston, JetBlue is creating renewable jet fuel that has the ability to benefit the airline's bottom line while also lowering its net CO2 emissions.
"We are well positioned for the second half of 2016 and confident in our ability to benefit from future growth opportunities in the UAE," he said.
All research proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation are reviewed on their intellectual merit (ability to advance knowledge) and broader impacts (ability to benefit society).
"The UAE is leading the role in demonstrating how an oil-rich country can have the capacity of looking towards the future and investing in renewable energy despite its ability to benefit from its current main source of energy for a few decades ahead," the Foreign Secretary said.
The described study is small and should be viewed as preliminary, but it serves as an important reminder of key clinical issues: 1) Pain patients should be evaluated and treated for depression and anxiety in order to optimize their ability to benefit from opioid treatment and their compliance with the doses prescribed.
Alternatively a buyer's ability to benefit from the feed-in tariff once they've moved in might make your house more appealing.
Asked about rationing, Mr Stevens said the basis on which people get care on the NHS should be their ability to benefit, adding "that should be the test".
These endeavors, which aim at promoting financial inclusion, demand further efforts to be made in the area of raising awareness and boosting financial literacy of the targeted social groups, so that members of these groups acquire the ability to benefit from available banking and financial services, which would ultimately enhance their capacities and improve their standards of living and thereby promote social and economic development.
She added this positioning of NBK reflects its ability to benefit from the growth opportunities like the pickup rate in implementation of mega development projects in Kuwait which is expected to accelerate considerably in the coming year.
There has been plenty of discussion about modern capitalism's ability to benefit the world fairly without imposing toxic side effects.