RSTC

AcronymDefinition
RSTCRecreational Scuba Training Council
RSTCResidential Special Training Centre (Indian government educational program)
RSTCRegional Science Teaching Center (Xavier University; Philippines)
RSTCRoughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles (TV show)
RSTCRoyal Sabah Turf Club (Malaysia)
RSTCRemote Sensing Technology Center (Mississippi State University; Mississippi State, MS)
RSTCRig Safety and Training Coordinator (oil rig professional)
RSTCRegional Standards and Testing Center (Department of Science and Technology; Philippines)
RSTCReconnaissance-Strike-Target Complex
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To date, RSTC has trained 15,000 drivers since its inauguration in 2012 but it was not operating with full capacity, although it targeted the training of 15,000 to 20,000 drivers annually, Badran said.
(23) According to Calvin's letter, the queen rejected the gift because she was angered by the fact that John Knox's First Blast of the Trumpet (Geneva, 1558; RSTC 15070), a work denouncing female rule, had been printed in Geneva, and Calvin goes to great lengths to convince Cecil that he did not concur with Knox's views on female rule and that he had had nothing to do with the printing of the work in Geneva.
Duff, "The Stationers at the Sign of the Trinity," in Bibliographica, I (London, 1895), 92-113; not including RSTC 15562 Graduale 1507/1508; for Bretton, see "Printers' & Publishers' index" in vol.
The RSTC is composed of scuba training agencies, including IDEA, PADI, PDIC, SDI, SSI and YMCA Scuba.
Exploration of Remote Sensing Applicability Within Transportation, Mimeo, Mississippi State University Remote Sensing Technology Center (RSTC), 2001.
(14) The probability that the two were somehow viewed as related commodities is underlined by the fact that de Worde's later editions of the Alcock treatise seem to keep pace with the dates assigned by RSTC to the later editions of the Abbey / Charter conflation: STC 279, dated 23 May 1497, corresponds with STC 13609, 1497?; STC 281, dated 27 May 1501, with STC 13610, 1500?.
(Maidstone does not name the Great Conduit for the display of maidens, but his description seems to apply to it.) Stow, Annales of England [1592; RSTC #23334], 483, focuses on gifts, saying nothing about pageants.
And one wonders why Sir Thomas Elyot's The Boke Named the Gouernour (1531 and many editions thereafter to 1580; RSTC 7635-7642) is not cited since it is doubtless the most often used authority for patriarchy in the sixteenth and early seventeenth century.
1 Discussion here is limited to the English editions, entries 24856 through 24863 in A Short-Title Catalogue (2nd edition), 2:429 (hereafter RSTC).
His prime work, The Custumers Apology (RSTC 17928), datable from annotation to 1599, seems to have been published in only fifty copies and each of the surviving copies (none in the BL) is signed by Milles and very fully and variously annotated by him.
The RSTC has expanded its network across the nation, with wholesale and retail branches in the capital, Asmara, and in the provincial centres of Senafeit, Keren, Massawa, Assab, Tessenai, Decemhare and Mendefera.
UEP was chosen as a Learning Center for Distance Education by the UP Open University (UPOU) and the DOST Regional Science Teaching Center (RSTC).