OTE

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AcronymDefinition
OTEOn the Edge
OTEOff Topic Experiment
OTEOperating to Endanger (motor vehicle law; Massachusetts)
OTEOver the Edge (game/movie)
OTEOpportunity to Earn
OTEOn-Target Earnings
OTEOff Tackle Empire (football blog)
OTEOrdinary Time Earnings
OTEOpen Transaction Environment (IBM mainframes CICS)
OTEHellenic Telecommunications Organisation (Greece)
OTEOxygen Transfer Efficiency (water and wastewater treatment)
OTEOptical Telescope Element
OTEOptical Terminal Enclosure (various companies)
OTEOberon Theatre Ensemble (New York)
OTEOpen Translation Engine
OTEOffice of Training and Education
OTEOne Time Exception
OTEOrganization for Timeshare in Europe
OTEOffice of Technology Evaluation
OTEOver Track Exhaust (transportation ventilation system)
OTEOvertaken by Events
OTEOperational Test & Evaluation
OTEOnward to Excellence (school improvement process/program)
OTEOmron Taiwan Electronics, Inc.
OTEOpen Trade Equity
OTEOrbital Tissue Expander (ophthalmology)
OTEOptically Transparent Electrode
OTEOceanTech Expo
OTEOptions Through Education (Boston College)
OTEOffice of Transportation Economics (California)
OTEOperational Test Environment
OTEOff Track Excursion (auto racing)
OTEObserving Time Estimator
OTEOperator Training Equipment
OTEOvertime Equalization
OTEOman Trading Establishment LLC
OTEOrganismos Tilepikinonion Ellados AE (Greek: Hellenic Telecommunications Organization)
OTEOperator Training and Evaluation
OTEOffice des Tunisiens al'Etranger
OTEOnset of Thermal Excursion
OTEOttoman-Turk Empire
OTEOwn-Ship Trajectory Estimator
OTEOne Task Extension
OTEOwner's Trust Equity (financial modelling)
OTEOutput Energized (PLC programming)
OTEOverall Total Earnings
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Alago, of 71 Clark St., Framingham, with three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a car), one count of assault with a dangerous weapon (a car), operating to endanger, failing to stop for police, and driving with a suspended license.
Hun-Ly will be charged with operating to endanger and a marked lanes violation, Police Chief Donald A.
Bilodeau, 48, of 370 Mill Valley Road will be cited for operating to endanger and speeding, Chief Charette said.
Milan, who was bitten on the hand by the dog, pleaded guilty to shoplifting, two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon (car), assault and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of heroin and crack cocaine, failure to stop on the signal of a police officer, operating to endanger, and driving with a revoked driver's license, Chief Sluckis said.
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