CIOTA

AcronymDefinition
CIOTACounterintelligence Operational Tasking Authority (US DoD)
CIOTACumulative Injury Other Than Asbestos (insurance)
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A recent study (Ciota, Matacchiero, Kilpatrik, & Kramer, 2014) showed median longevity of Cx.
Ciota, 67, loved working for the city, so his retirement was bittersweet.
However, Malavarca is not strong enough as the lead and film never quite coheres in spite of director Ciota's obvious visual talents and the generally fine work his elicits from his Italian cast.
Ciota, 67, said on the phone from his office in City Hall.
Ciota. "At the present moment it is not dangerous, but the Oct.
Ciota. That state agency issued a report after the June 13 fire citing unsafe levels of asbestos in the building.
Ciota said he is unsure if the judge will take up the issue of the preliminary injunction today.
Ciota is deputy director of the Arbovirus Laboratory, Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health.
Ciota said officials are concerned about the current condition of the building and what will happen to it long term.
(35.) Ciota AT, Lovelace AO, Jia Y, Davis LJ, Young DS, Kramer LD.
Joseph Weber of Gardner and Jennie Ciota and Justine Popik of Westminster were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Ithaca College, Ithaca, N.Y.