CTTACanadian Tactical Training Academy (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
CTTAChinese Table Tennis Association
CTTACalifornia Tow Truck Association (Palm Springs, CA)
CTTACertified TEMPEST Technical Authority
CTTAClean Technology Trade Alliance
CTTACentral Computer and Telecommunications Agency (UK)
CTTAChaos Theory :Tales Askew (website)
CTTACommunity Transportation Association of America
CTTACheltenham Table Tennis Association
CTTAChelmsford Town Twinning Association (UK)
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On its end, the CTTA is sending its own national team members and a good number of age-groupers to join the SuBIT.
For comparison, the same experiment is conducted to a typical CTTA [5], and its result is shown in Fig.
Being a zinc finger nuclear transcriptional repressor, its DNA binding sequence is 5-TGTCTTATCGAA-3, within which CTTA is the core sequence binding site (25).
Due to the vulnerabilities associated with electronic equipment in general, it is mandated that the CTTA play a role in accepting the use of these devices in classified spaces.
The renewed agreement between the Government of Dubai and the CTTA, announced at a press conference in Beijing, will see Dubai's name appearing on the Chinese national team's official tracksuits for the first time, in addition to the team's official shirts, promotional material and signage.
Association (CTTA), the Tea Exporters' Association (TEA), Sri Lanka Federation of Tea Small Holdings Development Societies (SLFTSHDS), Private Tea Factory Owners' Association (PTFOA) and the Colombo Brokers Association (CBA) had developed implementation and funding plans up to 2006.
This mega event in the global tea calendar is being organized by The Colombo Tea Traders' Association (CTTA), in association with the Sri Lanka Tea Board and the Sri Lanka Tea Cluster.
The Colombo Tea Traders' Association (CTTA) in association with the Sri Lanka Tea Board, and the Tea Cluster will hold the International Tea Convention & Exhibition 2003, on August, 20 22 2003, in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The tea exporter's trade group is Calcutta Tea Traders Association, the CTTA, not to be confused with another nation's CTTA, the Colombo Tea Traders Association (nor with Colombo's acronymic TEA, Tea Exporters Association).
In Sri Lanka, a different search for cost savings is in progress, with guidance from Mahen Dayananda, vice chairman of the Colombo Tea Traders' Association (CTTA).