DTTCDesmond Tutu Tuberculosis Centre (University of Stellenbosch; Stellenbosch, South Africa)
DTTCDiploma in Travel and Tourism Consulting
DTTCDesign and Test Technology Conference (Intel Corporation)
DTTCDigital Thermometer, Timer & Clock
DTTCDepartment of Trade, Tourism and Competitiveness
DTTCDynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing for Speech Motor Learning (speech pathology)
DTTCDigital Television Transition Coalition (US)
DTTCDeloitte Touche Tohmatsu CPA (Certified Public Accountants) Limited (Beijing, China)
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By acting as a one-stop shop, providing services for the storage, blending and packaging of tea, the main remit of the DTTC is the creation of added value throughout the different supply chain steps.
To study the relationship of Raman enhancement with metallic nanoparticles, AuAg alloyed triangular nanoboxes conjugated with three kinds of dye molecules (DTTC, DTDC and O170) were prepared as SERS tags.
As a result of the success of the DTTC, in 2008 the Foundation formed HealthMapRx, an initiative that makes the 10-city collaborative model of care available to employers nationwide for diabetes and other chronic diseases.
"Sanjay Sethi, Director, DTTC, said: "Since its inception in 2005, the Centre has grown consistently, with increased transactions and global tea producers, merchant exporters and buyers establishing their base here.
DTTC, which recently opened a new warehouse storage facility, can accommodate up to 5,000 tons of bulk tea and can blend up to 2,400 tons a month.
"In under three years, DTTC has been a catalyst for the entire value-chain of the regional and global tea industry, and we are getting closer to our vision of establishing Dubai as the global gateway for tea," DMCC chief executive David Rutledge said.
For her Pickled Foods winning entry, Mary will receive a 12-quart Stainless Steel Stockpot from Chantal, CDN's DTTC Candy & Roasting Thermometer and a 9-inch Classic Pie plate, also by Chantal.
For example, in the Longtop case, the Southern District of New York concluded, "DTTC performed a diligent audit, only to be duped by Longtop's fraud." (356) This was supported, in significant part, by the finding that Longtop's arrangement with XLHRS "would not lead a reasonable auditor to suspect wrongdoing, given that this sort of staffing arrangement is common." (357) "Given that this sort of staffing arrangement is common" is obviously a finding of fact on a material fact in dispute, despite the Rule 12(b)(6) posture of the case.
The Dubai Tea Trading Centre (DTTC), an initiative of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCC), announced that it transacted a record 10.6 million kilos of multi origin tea in 2010, up 41 per cent over 7.5 million kilos handled in 2009.