SPTASpectrin, Alpha
SPTASilicon Prairie Technology Association
SPTASouthern Peninsula Tennis Association, Inc. (Australia)
SPTASalisbury Plain Training Area (UK)
SPTASouthern Pressure Treaters Association (Gulf Shores, Alabama)
SPTAStrathclyde Passenger Transport Authority (UK)
SPTASaint Petersburg Telegraph Agency (PTA predecessor 1904-1914)
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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.
Os frutos do tratamento SPTA apresentaram expressiva perda de firmeza a partir do 8[degrees] dia (Figura 1), e esses frutos apresentaram firmeza aceitavel para o consumo ate o 16[degrees] dia de armazenamento (20,0 N).
A labelling technique similar to the one used in SPTA has been used in the Zhang/Suen algorithm so that at the end of a pass, pixels do not need to be removed.
A SPTA spokesman said: "The legislation that went through Parliament guaranteed us a review of Eurostar services to the regions.
Acceptance of this SPTA system is scheduled for mid-December and we are doing whatever it takes to meet that schedule," Shrock said.
Last night, Renfrew-shire Council transport boss Brian Lawson demanded safety assurances from SPTA chiefs.
Currently the SPTA subsidises 70 per cent of all ScotRail services to the tune of pounds 112 million a year.
In July 2000, SPTA was renamed China Telecom-Shanghai Telecom Corporation, and its subsidiary, SIIC, was reestablished as Shanghai Telecom-Data Communication Division.
Tenders are invited for SPTA for mechanical seals of pumps produced by OOO NPC "ANOD" RF
No less than two-thirds of ScotRail passengers are carried on services subsidised by the SPTA.