GTIS


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AcronymDefinition
GTISGlobal Trade Information Services
GTISGovernment Telecommunications and Informatics Services (Canada)
GTISGene Technology Information Service (Australia)
GTISGifted and Talented Independent Study (Texas Education Agency)
GTISGOES Tap Imaging System
GTISGovernment Technical Information Services (Canada)
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The portfolio was managed through an investment platform joint venture operated by GTIS, focused on acquiring, renovating and managing single-family rentals.
GTI is in every way the spiritual successor to the Peugeot 205 GTi - the iconic hot hatch of the 1980s.
GTI may sit at the top of VW's current city car range but priced from PS13,755 it's a veritable bargain.
Now I have been behind the wheel of the rather more sexy GTD hatchback version which is sold as an alternative to the GTI.
The distinctive Jakara cloth tartan upholstery is similar to that of the 1970s GTIs.
Genital tract infections (GTIs) are highly prevalent and most women will have a vaginal infection during their lifetime.
That's all going to change in the next few weeks with the arrival of the Juke Nismo - Nissan's sensational answer to the MINI Cooper S, Ford's ST models and VW GTIs.
According to figures from the GTIS (Global Trade International System), these results ensured third place for Brazil in the global pecking order of countries exporting these products.
The automaker will offer a special run of 50 GTis in Satin Pearlescent White on 17-inch Onyx Black alloys, with further identifying trim, including the colours of the French flag on the grille, sat-nav as standard and a numbered plaque.
Good MK1 GTIs are getting really thin on the ground.
Additional analytical equipment will include a GC/MS system for API characterization and control of Genotoxic Impurities (GTIs).