SLTA

AcronymDefinition
SLTAScottish Licensed Trade Association (UK)
SLTASekolah Lanjutan Tingkat Atas
SLTASevere Life Threatening Asthma
SLTASri Lanka Tennis Association
SLTASaskatchewan Library Trustees Association
SLTASan Leandro Teachers' Association (San Leandro, CA)
SLTAStandard Language Test of Aphasia (disorder evaluation tool)
SLTASimulated Live Transfer Agent
SLTASerial LON Talk Adapter
SLTASingapore Lawn Tennis Association
SLTASpeech and Language Therapy Assistant
SLTASalt Lake Teachers Association
SLTASmall Laser Transmitter Assembly
SLTASouth Lewis Teachers Association
SLTAScottish Lawn Tennis Association
SLTASignaling Link Test Acknowledge
SLTASingle Line Telephone Adapter
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Members of the Scottish Licensed Traders' Association (SLTA), and Dumfries and Stewartry Licensed Traders' Association, blame the Scottish Government for all the "confusion and choas".
The Girls'/Boys' age category events of U-12, U-14 and U-16 will be worked off at the SLTA courts on Thursday.
We also compared TPA with SLTA [8, 17], a modified version of SLPA which includes semantic information.
Caption: Northrop Grumman Laircm suite is progressively migrating from small laser transmitter assembly (SLTA) turret to reduced-size and lighter GLTA (Guardian Laser Tramsitter Assembly) jam head, while AAR-54 ultraviolet warner is being replaced by NexGen two-colour infrared missile warning system.
Sarga 25 provides a lively account of the scenery as seen by Rama and Slta from the aerial chariot puspaka along the way from Lanka to Ayodhya.
Gold exploration company Soltera Mining Co (PINK SHEETS: SLTA) (Frankfurt:SN7) has signed an agreement with Goldlake Group, a producer of natural/ethical gold from alluvial deposits in Honduras, Central America.
In surveys conducted in Bangkalan and Sampang in eight sub-districts, a majority of respondents (60%) had their last education at primary schools or did not complete it, about 20% had education up to SLTP (Junior High School), 15% SLTA (Senior High School) and 5% had university education.
A Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) survey released in March said the drinks industry had been badly damaged by the ban, with a third of pubs having to lay off staff because drinks sales had fallen by 11% and food sales by 3%.
Paul Waterson, SLTA chief executive, said: "We were never properly and fairly consulted and our warnings were ignored - now we have to live with the consequences of losing loyal workers and pubs being under threat."
"This ban will put hardworking licensees out of business and many bar staff," said SLTA chief executive Paul Waterson.
But the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) warned the financial impact will only worsen and looks likely to lead to pubs closing.