PTWS

AcronymDefinition
PTWSPacific Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (UNESCO)
PTWSPoint Target Weapon System
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It added that a culture of respect for PTW riders was lacking among other vehicle drivers.
Alleged New People's Army (NPA) rebels were now asking for 'permit to campaign' (PTC) and 'permit to win' (PTW) fees from candidates in the coming elections in a business-like manner.
CAMP BANCASI, Butuan City - Government troops on Monday strengthened security operations, especially in far-flung areas, to curtail the imposition of Permits-To-Campaign (PTC) and Permits-To-Win (PTW) fees that are being demanded by the New People's Army (NPA) from candidates for the May 14 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan electons.
The slope of the restitution curve can be related to the instability of the PTWs or spiral instability [40,46].
Sales of new PTWs saw QoQ volume growth in the third quarter, thanks mainly to back-to-school demand, but still saw YoY decline.
At the end of the day of this camp the people of PTWS were quite happy with the students and faculty member for their cooperation.
But there are drawbacks to PTWs, as the press release points out.
The combination of new registration plates and improving weather has lead to March showing a better performance than the 25% downturn suffered by the PTW market in February.
The MCIA said it believed the data was further evidence of people switching to PTWs for their daily commute in order to save time and money.
In a typical year, there are around 80,000 powered twowheeler (PTW) test applications with more than 50,000 passes.
Currently there are over 300,000 PTWs installed for irrigation purposes, of which 80 percent are in the Punjab, and they supply 40 percent of total irrigation water.