TISO

AcronymDefinition
TISOTactical Information Systems Operation
TISOTroop Issue Subsistence Officer
TISOThreat Integration Staff Officer
TISOTwo-Input Single-Output
TISOTRADOC Integration Staff Officer
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In most cases, teenagers name Nazi Germany's domination, the intervention of the German army, and fight against fascism as reasons.One-fifth of respondents associate the SNP with Tiso, who collaborated with Nazi Germany.
This kind of relationship is common in Europe, especially in France and Italy, according to Tiso, who is from Milan.
Christo Bosman, chief engineer of Tiso Blackstar television said, "NVerzion's automation and video servers have already proven to be incredibly reliable and are saving capital and operating expenses, while still allowing us to deliver high quality television to South Africa."
Tiso has a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard and a Doctorate from Columbia University and the Union Theological Seminary.
The Tier 1 programme was completed in April 2014 with investments by South Africa-based Kasigo Tiso Holdings (KTH), Amethis Finance and Edmond de Rothschild Europportunities Management II of France.
Mark Tiso, by email Zena says: If you don't already have an extractor fan, the first thing to do is fit one.
Kotleba himself, who frequently appears in quasi-military clothing, is a former computer science teacher who has organised marches commemorating the wartime state president Jozef Tiso, who was complicit in the murder of Jews.
Priest, politician, collaborator; Jozef Tiso and the making of fascist Slovakia.
(7) The Tiso regime-- an interwar Slovak-Nazi puppet state (8) under the leadership of Catholic priest-cum-politician Josef Tiso--adeptly blended the ethno-religious and economic dimensions of antisemitism.
Stole five pairs of shorts valued at pounds 170 from Tiso, Newcastle, on August 24.
The movie includes what the film's one-sheet calls a "controversial" interview with Catholic priest Father Tiso, discussing the Rainbow Body and sacred sex.
In fact, the war-time Slovakian state was led Father Jozef Tiso, his fascist Slovak People's Party, and his paramilitary Hlinka Guards.