BT

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BTBritish Telecommunications
BTBreak
BTBlueTooth (wireless personal area networking technology)
BTNorthern Ireland (postcode, United Kingdom)
BTBitTorrent (file swarming program)
BTBalance Transfer
BTBreakfast Television (Atlantic Canada Newsmagazine)
BTBusiness Transformation
BTBhutan
BTBusiness Times
BTBroader Term (lexicography)
BTBaghdad Time (GMT+0200)
BTBattle Tested (paintball)
BTBasic Training
BTBacillus Thuringiensis
BTBilly Talent (band)
BTBattletech (roleplaying game)
BTBoys Toys
BTBoat Tail
BTBundestag (German Parliament)
BTBoston Terrier (canine breed)
BTBuilding Technology (various organizations)
BTBotosani (Romania county)
BTBreak Through
BTBehavior Therapy
BTBlood Test
BTBoard of Trade
BTBerlingske Tidende (Denmark newspaper)
BTBallistic Tip
BTBad Taste (movie)
BTBaronet
BTBooker T (pro wrestler)
BTBlues Traveler (band)
BTBankers Trust
BTBad Trip
BTBlood Transfusion
BTBacterial Translocation
BTBassa Tensione (Italian: Low Voltage)
BTBaja Tensión (Spanish: Low Voltage)
BTBrown Thomas (Irish department store)
BTBlack Temple (World of Warcraft)
BTBow Thruster (boating)
BTBreak Time
BTBaby Talk (magazine)
BTBig Ticket
BTBrian Transeau (DJ/producer/composer)
BTBrain Teaser
BTBack-Trajectory
BTBlood Type
BTBrachytherapy
BTBlock Type
BTBusiness Telecommunications
BTBrevet de Technicien (French)
BTBandwidth Time (Bluetooth)
BTBiological Terrorism
BTByte This
BTBjørn Tore (Norwegian artist)
BTBit Test
BTBleeding Time (test of blood)
BTBoys Town
BTOverseas Trade (British archival material; Stanford University; Stanford, CA)
BTBolt Thrower (band)
BTBlack Tower (game)
BTBanjo Tooie (video game)
BTBurn-Through
BTBlock Transfer
BTBasic Technology
BTBlack Tiger (shrimp)
BTBegin Text
BTBonton
BTBurn Time
BTBullet Time (game)
BTBismaleimide Triazine (resin used in chips and circuit boards)
BTBurst Tolerance
BTBombay Times (India)
BTBlast Theory (band)
BTBinary Translation
BTBathythermograph
BTBlack Thorn (game)
BTBird Text (comedy group)
BTBattletoads (video game)
BTBudget Estimate
BTBest-Of-Two
BTBig Typhoon (CPU cooler)
BTBeta Tau
BTBorderline Tuberculoid (leprosy)
BTBlalock-Taussig Shunt (also seen as B-T)
BTBeginning of Tape
BTBlue Tetrazolium (chemistry)
BTBench Trial
BTBruce Trail (Ontario)
BTBlack Templars (Space Marine Chapter, gaming)
BTBishops' Transcripts
BTBilgisayarli tomografi (Turkish: computerized tomography)
BTBoiler Technician (US Navy Rating)
BTbutorphanol tartrate (nasal spray)
BTBall-Turret Gunner
BTBillion Tonne
BTBaggage Tag
BTBrown Town
BTBamboo Tree
BTBomb Technician
BTBulb Thermometer
BTBlair-Taylor (Wisconsin school district)
BTBloodthirster (gaming)
BTBreak Track
BTBering Time (GMT-1100)
BTBlack Tapestries (webcomic)
BTBattalion Training
BTBiomedical Times (resource)
BTBreak Transmission
BTBad Temperament (referring to pet personality)
BTBefore Tendulkar (India, sports)
BT(USN Rating) Boiler Technician
BTBeginning of Transmission
BTBasis Traffic
BTBotulism Toxoid
BTBlock Termination
BTBaal T'Shuvah (Jewish religion)
BTBottle Toke
BTBloomington Public Transportation Corporation
BTBanco de los Trabajadores (Guatemalan bank)
BTBathythermal
BTBuilders Trials
BTBottom of Tape
BTBattalion Terminal
BTBehavioral Taxonomy
BTBashkia E Tiranës (Albanian: Tirana municipality)
BTBaron Technology (New Haven, Connecticut)
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But the court stated the two terms are not interchangeable because, for this purpose, courts have used the term "working capital" to describe the total amount invested into the business, a broader term than "capital asset," which refers to an asset such as a factory or machinery.
Here we see a broader term than bodily injury, property damage, or personal and advertising injury.
To a question, he said child abuse is a broader term and his NGO categorises it in four parts, namely, sexual abuse, abduction, missing children and child marriage.
Antimicrobial resistance is a broader term in comparison to resistance to antibiotics.
People think that we are only for photography, but we are a center for the image, and the image is a much broader term than photography itself.
On the broader term, I must say that first in diversifying export, we need to look into new sectors like halal products,' Trade Secretary Ramon M.
States Experiment with Cannabis Legalization," (August 2017) states have taken a variety of approaches to cannabis legalization (Fitch uses the broader term cannabis to refer to both marijuana, which typically connotes the dried form of the plant used for smoking, as well as oils and other formulations derived from the same plant).
"In popular discussions, the term 'ketogenic diet' often is used as a broader term for low carb diets, including Atkins," Weiss said.
Telemedicine denotes 'the use of telecommunications to diagnose and treat disease and ill-health' due to its specific target of medical application, rather than the broader term 'tele-health' which includes 'surveillance, health promotion and public health functions.'1
That's why I am not a fan of the broader term "big data" applied to these analytics solutions because the data alone without significant knowledge of building systems will be inadequate.
The Obama Administration's approach to the three-day summit, which kicked off on Tuesday, has drawn criticism for its focus on Muslim communities, despite its use of the broader term "violent extremism." Only toward the end of his op-ed did the president note that terrorism does not stem solely from Muslim communities.
The authors use the broader term, "quadrads," for all 4-note chords-- that is seventh chords and sixth chords.