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TEMSTransport Environment Monitoring System
TEMSTactical Emergency Medical Support
TEMSToyota Electronic Modulated Suspension
TEMSTerrestrial Ecosystem Monitoring Sites
TEMSTactical Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
TEMSTotal Electronic Migration System (US DoD Information Assurance Technology Analysis Center)
TEMSTivoli Enterprise Monitoring Server
TEMSTotal Email Management Suite (software)
TEMSTest Mobile System
TEMSTurbine Engine Monitoring System
TEMSThomas Edison Middle School (various locations)
TEMSTufts Emergency Medical Services (Tufts University)
TEMSThe Ed Morrissey Show (radio show)
TEMSTulane Emergency Medical Service
TEMSTelecommunications Management System
TEMSTyler Education Management Solution (Tyler Technologies)
TEMSTransanal Endoscopic Micro-surgery
TEMSTredyffrin/Easttown Middle School (Berwyn, PA)
TEMSToronto Emergency Medical Service (Canada)
TEMSTamil Emergency Medical Services
TEMSTest & Evaluation Mission Simulator
TEMSTravel Expense Management System
TEMSTubular Exhaust Manifold System
TEMSTelecom Expense Management Service
TEMSTrade Event Management System
TEMSTechnical Engineering Management Support/Service
TEMSTraining and Education Management System
TEMSTent Expandable Modular System (defense industry)
TEMSTransport Element Management System (Osmine)
TEMSTraffic Enforcement Manhattan South (New York Police Department; New York, NY)
TEMSTransendoscopic Micro Surgery
TEMSTranscutaneous Electric Muscle Stimulator
TEMSTraining Effectiveness Management System
TEMSTest Equipment Management System (various locations)
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An historian, for example, having attained the age of five hundred, would write a book with great labor and then get himself carefully embalmed; leaving instructions to his executors pro tem., that they should cause him to be revivified after the lapse of a certain period say five or six hundred years.
A young moon threw a bashful light on a plain like a monstrous waste ground: the architectural mass of a Buddhist tem ple far away projected itself in dead black on the sky.
The acquisition of TEMS will see InfoVista nearly double in size, with approximately USD $200M in revenue and improve the group's global presence, particularly in the USA and in Asia.
[6] Whereas contact lens use is a major risk factor for corneal ulceration in the developed world, a high prevalence of fungal infections, agriculture-related trauma, and use of traditional eye medicines (TEMs) is unique to the developing world.
Ascom's TEMS Portfolio, which includes some of the most trusted and renowned wireless test and measurement tools in the world, also has a significant share of the Indian telecom market.
"Many TEM users can in principle reproduce these results," he says.
The annual TEMS Report for 1992 describes the contribution vernal ponds make to biological diversity in the study landscape, and underscores the rationale for maintaining corridors between ponds and nearby untreated forest stands:
23 August 2016 - France-based network solutions provider InfoVista has agreed to acquire European network testing company Ascom's TEMS business, the company said.
Transmission electron microscopes (TEM) have long been capable of resolving atomic level detail.
Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) manufacturer JEOL has developed a new capability known as Sirius, which allows remote operation and imaging using their TEM.