TCIA

AcronymDefinition
TCIATree Care Industry Association (formerly National Arborist Association)
TCIATennessee Commission of Indian Affairs (Nashville, TN)
TCIAThis Clan Is Awesome (gaming)
TCIATransportation Concurrency Improvement Area
TCIATarget-Controlled Infusion of Alfentanil (analgesia)
TCIATorque Converter Interrupt Actuator
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Three datasets used in the experiments were downloaded from The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA), which provides a freely accessible and open archive of cancer specific medical images to the research community.
"Since its formation about seven years ago, TCIA data has been used to produce almost 500 academic papers."
Considering all the important parameters, precise pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) models are developed, on the basis of which TCIA is introduced.
It is a unique private-public partnership that I'm allowed to have with private enterprise, meaning the TCIA and myself as the government employee and the support of the governor, the economic development folks, the commissioner.
TCIA Accreditation represents the only business practices and compliance audit process in the tree care industry.
Tiao- in Tiaozhi EMC dew tcia, with you EMC juw as phonetic, shows the same pattern.
TCIA offers these tips for your landscape to combat wildfires:
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He said TCIA first endorsed ArborMax in 2009, after GAS agreed that same year to have Sparta Insurance Co.
Many have professional certifications from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) or are accredited members of the TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association), are members of the local Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau, and have won awards and other recognition.
Thus in the Old Chinese yu [Chinese Text Omitted] rhyme category we have cases like zhe [Chinese Text Omitted] EMC tcia' (VV bimoraic), vs.
The Robert Felix Memorial Scholarship Program was established by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) through the former National Arborist Foundation, and is funded by annual gifts from TCIA and its members.