MTTC

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AcronymDefinition
MTTCMichigan Test for Teacher Certification
MTTCMassachusetts Technology Transfer Center
MTTCMusgamagw Tsawataineuk Tribal Council
MTTCMcConnell Technology Training Center
MTTCMystical Tint Tone and Color (software)
MTTCManufacturing Technology Transfer Center
MTTCMolecular Targeted Therapy of Cancer
MTTCMean Time to Change (parts)
MTTCManufacturing Training and Technology Center
MTTCManufacturers and Traders Trust Company (New York, NY)
MTTCMichigan Teacher Test for Certification
MTTCMichigan's Technology Tri-Corridor
MTTCMultilingual Translation Technology Centre
MTTCMean Time to Correct
MTTCMean Time To Close (Sprint)
MTTCMeditation Teachers Training Course
MTTCMove to the City (Guns N' Roses song)
MTTCMiddle Tennessee Tourism Council
MTTCMagna Technical Training Center
MTTCMobile Tote Tray Cabinet
MTTCModeling and Tools Technical Committee
MTTCMean Time To Contact
MTTCMaterials Testing Training College
MTTCMaterials Technology Training Center
MTTCMassage Therapy Training Centre
MTTCMiddle Tennessee Treatment Center
MTTCMontessori Teachers Training Centre
MTTCMining Technology and Training Center (Ruff Creek, Pennsylvania)
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Manchester City, with money no obstacle, will more than treble Nasri's current wages after offering him a pounds 180,000-a-week contract to move to the City of Manchester Stadium.
The city's economic prosperity and growth have led more people to move to the city in search of opportunities and an improved quality of life.
The measure is designed to encourage businesses to move to the city.
Another demand on New York's housing supply is empty nesters leaving the suburbs and opting to move to the City to benefit from the diversity and services available to seniors.
Extending the small-business tax exemption to include businesses that move to the city, and not just start-up businesses.
The city has been trying for nearly a decade to adopt a general plan framework that spells out the city's philosophy in meeting the infrastructure demands of an estimated half-million people expected to move to the city by 2010.