TSAUTashkent State Agrarian University (Uzbekistan)
TSAUTime Slot Access Unit
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Hann Tsau Tsai, of Union Bank of Taiwan, said, 'We have been impressed with the way they have smoothly handled the implementation and roll-out of Far Eastern International Bank with ten fund managers on the TDCC network and we look forward to working with Calastone and all our fund manager partners to maximise offshore fund automation rates and enhance our service levels to our clients.'
My route lay southwards past Shakawe, a small but important village on the headwaters of the Okavango delta, and then on another 160 kilometres or so past a place called Tsau, a trading post on the edge of the Kalahari desert.
Great achievements in the field of e-learning have already been made, but there is still room to further make use of IT technology in the field of student guidance (Tsau, 2008).
Tsau, "Safety and efficacy of pressure-assisted tissue-welding tonsillectomy: a preliminary evaluation," Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, vol.
Also, the company has elected to abandon the Okavango Diamond project in Northwest Botswana to focus on its Tsau Diamond project in Western Botswana and its Namibia Diamond project based upon disappointing results from exploration at Okavango.
The device is energy-efficient and will help protect the environment," said Tsau Fanghei, a researcher at the institute.
To read more of the/)(am poetry by Dia!kwain, see The Stars Say "Tsau" (2004), ed.
He ya tsau tso sang will release a root(?) thread mau ngqai la te.
"That means even a small processor such as an 8051 will control a modem and communicate with remote devices," noted Alex Tsau, vice president at Radicom.