MITATMinimally Invasive Therapy and Allied Technologies (journal)
MITATMolteno Institute Trypanosomal Antigen Type (cell clones)
MITATMoisture Induced Thermal Activity Trace
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(4) Mitat (Jelikpala, Cavid Veliyev, Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey: An Example of a Successful Regional Cooperation, Kadir: HAS University Press, 2015, pp.
Mitat, now 23, lived with Zhara and Salma Halane, the "terror twins" from Manchester, as well as three schoolgirls from Bethnal Green, East London, and other jihadist brides.
The records of the second, third and fourth terms of the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TBMM) refer to Alam as "Mitat Bey," while his name is recorded as "Mitat Alam" in the records of the fifth parliamentary term.
In the study of MITAT techniques, a fast and accurate simulation approach is necessary to help designing and optimizing system.
In MITAT, dense breast tissue often has unknown spatial variation in acoustic properties which must be taken into account in imaging [7,9].
As a safe, comfortable, and sensitive method, Microwave-Induced Thermo-Acoustic Tomography (MITAT) is an attractive technology for early breast cancer detection.
Also enmeshed in legal difficulties stemming from the indictment are Santiago Alvarez and an employee of his, Osvaldo Mitat. Both are anti-Castro militants currently in jail in Miami on charges of possession of an arsenal of weapons, allegedly for use in some planned attempt on Cuba.
Mitat's program is probably the strongest and the largest program in space propulsion and power in the United States," Russell said.
(16) Naoum Kaytchev, <<Makedonsko-srapska zarevina srechtu Zapadnoto Balgarsko tzarstvo: mitat "Makedonia" v balgarskite i srabskite utchebnizi po istoria, 1878-1912 (Le royaume serbomacedonien contre Le royaume ouest-bulgare : le mythe de la "Macedoine" dans les manuels serbes et bulgares d'histoire, 1878-1912)>>, Predtzi i predtetch ; mitove i utopii na Balkanite (Aieux et precurseurs : mythes et utopies dans les Balkans), (Blagoevgrad, 1997), p.