POAT


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AcronymDefinition
POATPre-Owned Asset Tax (UK)
POATPolice Officer Assistance Trust (Miami-Dade County, Florida)
POATPsychological Operations Assessment Team
POATPlane On A Treadmill
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382 75,75 --Sectorial Operational Programme Increasing the Economic Competitiveness POAT 170.
Whereas previously successive governments have followed the policy of plugging specific loopholes in the legislation as they are exposed by tax planners, the new approach is to say that, if certain factors exist, you will be liable to pay POAT unless you can bring yourself within specified exemptions.
Contract award: Custody of the Technical Services Department at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers - Department of Youth and the National Civil Service for the support to the regions of the Convergence Objective for the construction of the lines of significant activities and cross-regional POAT [beaucoup moins que]Youth[beaucoup plus grand que] from 2013 to 2015.
With 653 patients, POATS was the largest study ever conducted for prescription opioid dependence and sought to determine the value of added drug counseling to buprenorphine-naloxone treatment, and determine the optimal length of buprenorphine-naloxone treatment for these particular patients.
Feldstein HS Poats SV and K Cloud Conceptual Framework for Gender Analysis in Farming Systems Research and Extension In: Feldstein, HS and Poats, SV (Eds) Gender and Agriculture: Case Studies in Intra-household Analysis, Kumarian Press 1989; 25-40.
Theoretical and methodological work in gender analysis in agriculture has been expanding (Feldstein Flora and Poats 1989; Overholt Anderson Cloud and Austin; Moser and Levy 1986).
Until recently, most empirical studies of gender issues in natural resource management focus on agricultural examples, rather than on conservation (Casey and Paolisso 1996; Feldstein and Poats 1989; Poats, Schmink and Spring 1988).