RTO

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RTORegistered Training Organisation (Australia)
RTORegistered Training Organisation (UK)
RTOReady to Operate (various companies)
RTORent-To-Own
RTORegional Transmission Organization
RTORetransmission Timeout
RTORecovery Time Objective (disaster recovery)
RTORegional Tax Office (various locations)
RTOReal-Time Optimization
RTOReal Time Object
RTORecovery Time Objective
RTOReceiver Timeout
RTORegenerative Thermal Oxidizer
RTOReverse Take-Over
RTORegional Tourism Organization (various locations)
RTOReturn to Origin (shipping)
RTORegional Transport Office
RTORejected Take-Off
RTORadio/Telephone Operator
RTOResidential Tenancy Office (Canada)
RTORight Turn Only
RTOReno-Tahoe Open (golf event; Nevada)
RTORapid Thermal Oxidation
RTORebuilding Together Oakland (California)
RTORoad Transport Office (India)
RTOReceptive Tour Operator
RTOReally Terrible Orchestra (Scottish amateur orchestra)
RTORemote Turn On (electricity)
RTORetro Toaster Oven (broiler)
RTOResearch & Technology Organization
RTOResponsible Test Organization
RTORemote Translation Office (Jehovah's Witnesses)
RTOReturn to Office (medical)
RTOReady to Order
RTORapid Transit Operations
RTOReturned to Owner (lost or stolen items)
RTOReturn to Operations
RTOReal-Time Output
RTORadio Teletype Operator
RTORailroad Transportation Officer (US Navy)
RTORadio Traffic Only (communication)
RTORegistered Training Authority
RTORegional Transportation Organization
RTORadiation Therapy Oncology
RTORemote Take Over (computing)
RTORecruit Training Officer
RTORegimental Tactical Officer (United States Military Academy)
RTORange Training Officer
RTORailway Traffic Officer
RTORemote Transcoder Operation
RTORun-time object
RTORéception et Transmission d'Ordres (French: Reception and Transmission of Orders)
RTORequest to Order (purchasing)
RTORadio Transmission Operator
RTORail Transportation Officer
RTORequest to Operate
RTORegional Trial Court (Philippines)
RTORequest Time Off
RTORunners Team Omegna
RTORegional Training Office
RTOReturn to Output
RTORoadranger, Twin Countershaft, Overdrive, (heavy truck transmission)
RTOReconnaissance Tasking Order
RTORegimental Training Officer
RTOReport Time Over ... (location)
RTOResearch and Training Organization
RTOReal Time Ownage
RTORelease to Operations (date the project team no longer has primary responsibility)
RTOResidents Technical Office
RTOReturn Timed Out
RTORecruit Training Order (US DoD)
RTOReverse Tool Order (wildland firefighting)
RTORepresentative Task Order (government contracting)
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Meanwhile, a Dubai bound jet airways flight was asked by Pakistan ATC to return to origin airport, Delhi today.
Migration Cycle: Labour migration cycle encompasses the preparation period in the country of origin prior to departure of the migrant worker (pre-departure); transit in a third country or location; arrival and period of employment (post-arrival); and return to origin country, whether permanently or temporarily (reintegration).
Last quarter, it tweaked the return to origin policy to reduce the cost of returns by almost two-thirds.
In his article "Ariadne, Theseus, and the circumambulation of the mythic self", Leon Burnett analyses the concept of the eternal return or return to origins and shows how it can be understood in various ways: from re-enactment of a ritual, re-telling of a literary work, re-presentation in the world of art, or recurrence in nature of a primordial event.
Bucharest, Romania, November 29, 2015 --(PR.com)-- ALISIA ENCO, the shirt and accessory brand for businesswomen, launched at the end of 2014 by the entrepreneur Alice Botnarenco, proposes a return to origins through its new Traditionale shirt collection.
The idea here is that this is a repair job; a return to origins and a return to their sound.
Bishton's return to origins also manifests in a trio of tributes to some of her forebears.
As Wardi, in examining African American pastoralism, subtly reevaluates a twentieth-century literary tradition in this book, one could imagine her, in later work, engaging critics such as Mark Sanders and Madhu Dubey to explore this return to origins in terms of periodization.
Annie Ernaux: The Return to Origins. By SIOBHAN MCILVANNEY.
That is the essence of creation, that the primordial ooze becomes uncountable creatures, each individual yet longing to return to origins. When people are dying or think about death, they try to imagine waking up somewhere else in the consciousness that bears their human name.
Although "Ship of Darkness" ultimately ends with a return to origins with the familiar science fiction device of an "Adam and Eve," it too is about the process of renewal.