BTO


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BTOBritish Trust for Ornithology
BTOBachman Turner Overdrive (band)
BTOBuild-Transfer-Operate
BTOBrutto (German: Gross [quantity])
BTOBusiness Technology Optimization
BTOBuy to Open (investing)
BTOBusiness Transformation Outsourcing
BTOBridge and Tunnel Officer (various locations)
BTOBack to Office
BTOBuild to Order
BTOBig Time Operator
BTOBack to Original (various companies)
BTOBusiness Technology Office (McKinsey & Company)
BTOBurst Timing Offset (radio transmissions; aviation)
BTOBreakthrough Objective (business strategy)
BTOBrigade Tactical Officer (US Military Academy)
BTOBurnin Track Outlaws
BTOBuild/Built To Order
BTOBetts Telecom Oklahoma
BTOBlood Transfusion Officer (India and Pakistan)
BTOBlanket Travel Order
BTOBranch Take Off (heating and cooling system part)
BTOBlack Timber Outfitters (South Hyrum, UT)
BTOBlack Tie Only
BTOBranch Transportation Office(r)
BTOBack To One publications (Hollywood, CA)
BTOBegin Time Option
BTOBombing Through Overcase
BTOBusiness Transition Office
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On management of this camp, he calls for improved working relations between BTO and the trust.
BTO partner Lesley Gordon, who sits on the board of Art in Healthcare, said: "Many people know someone with dementia or someone who has been affected by a relative or friend with dementia.
I suggested to many racing groups the introduction of a medal system, with each track awarding a medal (like an annual badge) to the winner of the BTO in every race it staged.
A BTO agreement for the development and operation of Ha'il International Airport was signed with TAV airports and Al Rajhi Holding Group.
BTO Sports Inc., has supplied the global motocross community with quality parts and accessories since 1999, establishing itself as a household name that customers trust and come back to.
Dr Chris Hewson, lead BTO scientist on the project, said: "Our birds left the Congo rainforest in mid-March and have been feeding up in West Africa before their dangerous desert crossing.
The conference also heard about the success of the BTO's Garden Birdwatch scheme, in which volunteers record sightings on a weekly basis.
Over the forecast period, the number of BTO flats is expected to increase, which will directly affect the growth of home furnishings.
(1) Build-Transfer-Operate (BTO) refers to PPP projects where ownership is transferred to the government and the private sector operates facilities after completing construction.
Dunnock, song thrush and great tit can now be heard during breaks in the freezing weather and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) is starting to receive the first reports of nesting birds, with mallard, moorhen and mistle thrush already known to have fledged chicks earlier than usual.
while putting up a box may some local benefit, collecting on what's inside for BTO helps populations far beyond the boundaries of your own garden."