TBAC

AcronymDefinition
TBACTask Based Authorization Controls
TBACTreasury Borrowing Advisory Committee (US Department of the Treasury)
TBACTo Be Absolutely Clear
TBACTertiary-Butyl Acetate (CAS No. 540-88-5; organic solvent)
TBACTask-Based Access Control
TBACTampa Bay Agility Club (dogs; Tampa Bay, FL)
TBACTetrabutyl Ammonium Chloride
TBACThunder Bay Autosport Club (Canada)
TBACTest of Basic Auditory Capabilities
TBACThe British Are Coming (online game)
TBACThe Bored-Again Christian (podcast)
TBACThe Blue Army Crew (Bruges, Belgium)
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TBAC is exempt in all states, except for the four California air districts mentioned previously.
Sandhu, "Task-based authorization controls (TBAC): a family of models for active and enterprise-oriented authorization management," in Database Security XI, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, pp.
For all conditions, after staining with NR, the cells were collected by centrifugation for 1 min at 13,400 g and resuspended in TBAC buffer for analysis by flow cytometry.
But since I have a 30BA (and the fact that I'm not sending it back should be a clue as to how well the TBAC line performs) that's what I'm writing on.
(1994), Russell and Domm (1995) and Hogan, Broach, and Salas (1990) also provide frameworks that could also be applied to TBAC scores.
The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee (TBAC) is a committee of market professionals selected to advise the Secretary of the Treasury on matters relating to Treasury debt management.
"TBAC Discussion Charts, November 1, 2005." Washington.
Market participants suggested to GAO a number of changes including increasing investor diversification on the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee (TBAC) and regular collection of information from end-investors.
Tickers featured: ANF, BKE, KSWS, LIZ, NKE, PLCE, PSUN, RL, TBAC, TRLG, URBN, ZQK.
Since its creation, TBAC (which received a generous boost from RCCI) has helped students as well as Native American and non-Native American entrepreneurs launch more than 200 businesses.
New models such as role-based access control (RBAC) or task-based access control (TBAC) models have been proposed to address the security requirements of a wider range of applications.
Lyondell is presently waiting for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue its final rule on TBAc (tertiary butyl acetate), its new volatile organic compound (VOC) free solvent.