PITO


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PITOPolice Information Technology Organisation (UK)
PITOPharmacy Industry Training Organisation (New Zealand)
PITOProvincial Information Technology Office (Philippines)
PITOPoint of Intersection of Turnout
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Entre velas, oraciones y plegarias, y el sonido de la musica del tambor y pito, se realizo aquella ceremonia.
Hamad Al Shamsi put Al Habtoor clear once again in the 12th minute and from then on it looked like the YLS-1 resistance had been broken as Pito set up De Paiva's hat-trick and then scored his second of the night while strolling into an empty goal and one minute left on the clock.
Djameh C, Saalia FK, Sinayobye E, Budu A, Essilfie G, Mensah-Brown H and S Sefa-Dedeh Optimization of the sorghum malting process for pito production in Ghana.
Dinaminis Pito vamzdelis su daugiafunkciu matuokliu Testo-400 sujungiamas per priedeli, kuris automatiskai perskaiciuoja slegiu skirtuma i oro greiti.
The principal narrator begins as a shiftless souse with an uncanny likeness to one Pedro Akira, leader of the Movimiento Amarillo and sole opposition candidate to Tomas del Pito, diminutive narco-dictator of the hellish tropical republic of Miranda.
La trama (compuesta de amores malogrados, traiciones politicas persecuciones policiacas) esta tapizada de enredos dignos de algun folletin y los personajes, todos, terminan por fundirse con su caricatura: lo mismo el heroe de la historia, el incorruptible politico opositor Pedro Akira, que el villano, un dictadorzuelo de nombre Tomas del Pito, o el pobre diablo que narra la novela y suplanta al heroe cuando este es asesinado.
The other is Joe Cuba's We Must Be Doing Something Right, containing the hits El Pito, Y Tu Abuela [?
Tal es sin duda el caso de Jose Ruben Romero y de su novela mas conocida: La vida inutil de Pito Perez (1938).
Andy McEwan and Tui Asi Pito got a pair of tries each while Gareth Davies and Mike Jones completed the rout.
Pito and Burukutu are locally brewed alcoholic drinks from ground and fermented millet or/and guinea corn.
Collectively these chiefly clusters constituted a unit called pito nu'u (residential wards).
Easter Island is known in its native language as Rapa Nui (Great Island), Te Pito o te Henua (The Navel of the World), and Mata Ki te Ranqui (The Eyes that Speak to the Sky), and has passed through many hands during the years.