TNAT

AcronymDefinition
TNATTen Nights at Teddy's (game)
TNATThe North American Technate
TNATTraditional Native American Tobacco Seed Bank and Education Program (University of New Mexico)
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As ladders foram, entao, adotadas como base de dados para categorizar os construtos vis-a-vis medidas METRICS, ja que a analise da tabela TSen, com sentencas classificadas quanto a natureza TNat, permitiu extrair as sentencas relevantes (conceitos e percepcoes, excluindo repeticoes e exemplos) que levaram o entrevistado de uma observacao generica a um construto elaborado.
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Metabonc syndrome is collection or medical conditions tnat raise your risk or diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
"Many nonwovens manufacturers tnat produce spunlace material for wipes have at least tested the use of these fibers," O'Regan says, adding, "The advantages are many, including variability in length - recycled cotton fiber is likely to be more variable in length than virgin cotton, which by its nature has variability.
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Tne MultiMireral composition of Aquamin means tnat a number of the components may have contributed to the lessening of symptoms during the course of the trial.
Once again in Scotswood and Benwell we have been given things tnat nave worked and are continuing to work and these are the very things that are now under threat of being taken away.
"As long as tnat remains the case, I hope I can stay for a very long time.
Il importe de mentionner que MEGEN, en tnat que mouvement des hommes qui a vu le jour suite au fait de se rendre compte qu'un mouvement de plaidoirie purement feminin n'etait pas approprie pour faire face aux questions du genre....
Each of the narratives of slavery described above represents a dimenson ot tnat confrontation, a way of being in time -- a temporality -- according to which historical actors made sense of what it was that was happening (God's providence, the main chance, social death, etc.) and how they would respond at any a given moment.