TUN


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AcronymDefinition
TUNTuning
TUNTunisia (ISO Country code)
TUNTunas (FAO fish species code)
TUNTotal Uninstall
TUNTunneling
TUNTouro University Nevada
TUNTeam Unity (Trinidad and Tobago)
TUNTunis, Tunisia - Carthage (Airport Code)
TUNTrade Unit Number (barcode on product outer packaging)
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Noting the momentum building up worldwide for better quality products and services as consumers gain confidence in the halal process, Prime Minister Tun Dr.
National Short-Term Rating: upgraded to 'F2(tun)' from 'F3(tun)'
Nyan Tun had been Commander-in-Chief of the Navy since 2008.
Compagnie Internationale de Leasing: National Subordinated debt rating: upgraded to 'BB-(tun)' from 'B+(tun)'
The agency also pulled from "negative" watch the company's national senior unsecured debt rating of BBB+(tun) and national subordinated debt rating of BBB-(tun).
TUN.com is a series of hyper-local websites that connects students to deals, news and events around approximately 200 U.S.
During his three day visit to Sri Lanka, the former Malaysian Prime Minister, Tun Dr.
Therefore, CPG's and GCT's ratings are closely correlated to the Tunisian government's (assumed 'AAA(tun)'), with a two-notch differential.
Tun boss Nancy Morris said: "A lot of people who work at the parliament come here for a drink or lunch so they might be interested.
Then Tun's friends start killing themselves, and it emerges Tun knew the girl.
Her most successful progeny include Listed winner Tom Tun, all-weather specialist Henry Tun and Matty Tun, who landed the 2003 Scottish Sprint Cup at Musselburgh, and between them the trio have clocked up 37 wins.