PTO

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PTOParent-Teacher Organization (variant of Parent-Teacher Association)
PTOPaid Time Off
PTOPatent & Trademark Office
PTOPower Take-Off
PTOPátio (Portuguese postal usage)
PTOPermit to Occupy (property rights)
PTOPermission to Operate (utilities)
PTOPlay the Objective (gaming)
PTOPersonal Time Off
PTOPhantom of the Opera
PTOPointer Table Overflow
PTOPower Take Off
PTOPublic Telecommunication
PTOPacket Timeout
PTOPermission to Officiate (license; Church of England; UK)
PTOProperty Tax Oversight (Florida)
PTOProduce to Order
PTOPacific Theater of Operations
PTOPublic Trust Office (various locations)
PTOPurchase to Own
PTOPermit to Operate
PTOPolish Tourist Organisation
PTOPolice Training Officer
PTOPoker Tracker Omaha (online poker software)
PTOPublic Telecommunications Operator
PTOPlease Turn Over
PTOPre-Trial Order
PTOPlanned Task Observation (job safety)
PTOPerson Trade-Off
PTOPermeability Tuned Oscillator
PTOPublic Telephone Operator
PTOParachute Training Organisation (UK)
PTOPick to Order
PTOProfessional Technical Officer (UK)
PTOPowertrain Operations
PTOPurdue Terrestrial Observatory (Indiana)
PTOProfessional Try-Out (professional sports)
PTOPaltamo (Railway Station Code)
PTOPersonal Trainer One (software)
PTOPrisoner Transfer Order (US Corrections)
PTOPublic Tender Offer
PTOPrison Talk Online
PTOPush to Operate
PTOProntuario Terapeutico Ospedaliero (Italy)
PTOProgramming and Training Officer
PTOPart-Time Officer
PTOPulse Train Oscillator
PTOPort Transportation Officer (US Navy)
PTOPure Trust Organization
PTOPresentation Text Object
PTOPreliminary Technical Order
PTOParticipating Test Organization
PTOPower Transmission Overdrive
PTOProfessional and Technology Officer
PTOPrivilege Ticket Order (Indian Railways)
PTOPoetry Today Online
PTOPing Time Out
PTOPayment, Treatment or Operations (protected health information can only be shared for PTO purposes)
PTOPercent Time Operable
PTOPeacetime Training Objective (US Air Force)
PTOPage Turn Over (musical term)
PTOPakistan Trade Office
PTOPrimary Test Organization
PTOPlanting Thought Organics (Los Angeles, California)
PTOPost-Transient Operation
PTOProcess Time Observation
PTOPallet Truck Operator
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After Amrich took office, Schnell was rehired as a part-time officer and named the village code enforcement officer.
In the fall of 1998, public safety Chief Larry Dexheimer hired Richard Dixson as a part-time officer Dixson told his new colleagues that he had 30 years of police experience with the Veterans Administration, gave them misinformation about his state law enforcement registration and behaved dangerously at the firing range.
The part-time officer, based at Tredegar, was taken to hospital but discharged suffering from a sprain and bruising.
The married part-time officer was hurt when he intervened in the stand-off between 150 people at Castlemara Drive, Carrickfergus, on Saturday night.
Since 2001, the assembly government has funded the post of a part-time officer of the federation, whose role has included representing passengers' interests on bodies such as the Welsh Transport Forum.
The Army still insists that Thomson, a part-time officer who worked at BAe Systems in Edinburgh, only had a "supervisory" role at camps.
``There is a part-time officer at the moment, and this will be a full-time extra member of staff.
The part-time officer has been highly commended in the Ferrers Trophy competition for her work with children as a classroom assistant at Phillipstown Primary School in New Tredegar.
Bill Dickerson and a part-time officer later were fired by Police Chief Dan Palmer as a result of the same investigation.
Part-time officers with one year of service go from $16.07 an hour in fiscal 2013 to $17.04 in fiscal 2014, and after eight years of service the part-time officer climbs from $18.72 an hour in fiscal 2013 to $20.59 an hour.
As a result, youngsters in these parts of Wales have to make do with a part-time officer funded by the FAW.
A man who was a part-time officer in the Australian air force told authorities that he and another air cadet officer were allowed to fly a Qantas jet, which was almost full with passengers, for 20 minutes each.