SPTASpectrin, Alpha
SPTASalisbury Plain Training Area (UK)
SPTAStrathclyde Passenger Transport Authority (UK)
SPTASpare Parts, Tools and Accessories
SPTASouthern Pressure Treaters Association (Gulf Shores, Alabama)
SPTASilicon Prairie Technology Association
SPTASaint Petersburg Telegraph Agency (PTA predecessor 1904-1914)
SPTASouthern Peninsula Tennis Association, Inc. (Australia)
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The SPTA chief also highlighted the extent of corruption in the department and gave an example: 'After a long struggle, teachers got their demand of [being] upgraded to grade-16.
The obstetrical ultrasound limit for the SPTA intensity was elevated to the highest 720 mW/ cm2....
The tensile strength values were better than the reported SPTA membranes [23, 24] as well as Nafion[R] 117.
Tang, "Functional insight into the C-terminal extension of halolysin SptA from haloarchaeon Natrinema sp.
In April 2005, 30 applicants passed the test by SPTA and earned the junior-level certificates.
Selecting SPTA as lead sponsor with Moor End Academy in support represented an excellent solution to Earlsheaton Technical College's needs.
SPTA spokeswoman Jane Gillespie said it was essential teenagers were taught to look past their exam results to life ahead.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-2 March 2000-TCSI to supply network management system to China Telecom SPTA (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
(The OTC Bulletin Board: SPTA), Horsham, Pa., has reported a net loss of $1,034,000, or 29 cents per share for the fourth quarter, and a net loss of $4,062,000, or $1.18 per share, for the year ended December 31, 1998.
The safe-point-thinning algorithm (SPTA) was proposed [17] and from experimental results, Naccache and Shinghal concluded that SPTA was the fastest method.