TUR


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AcronymDefinition
TURTurkey (ISO Country code)
TURTransurethral Resection
TURTrvalo Udrzatelny Rozvoj (Czech: Sustainable Development; Slovakia)
TURTie up Record
TURTest Unit Ready (computing)
TURToxic Use Reduction
TURTasso Ufficiale di Riferimento (Italian)
TURTrondheim Underground Radio (Internet radio)
TURTest Uncertainty Ratio
TURTransports Urbains de Reims (French: Urban Transport of Reims; Reims, France)
TURThe Ultimate Reward
TURTrunk Utilization Report
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Tur wrote in her book that Trump came "barreling" towards her and "suddenly he is so close I can smell what he had for breakfast.
The plan was to gain elevation before sunrise to put ourselves above where the tur had been feeding lately.
Love-struck Sedat Tur put the animal outside the house of the woman, unaware she had moved from that address weeks before in a bid to escape him.
However, radical prostatectomy seemed to be a better option than repeat TUR because the tumor in the prostate (suspicious of STUMP) had a tendency of rapid growth and was not amenable to complete resection by TUR, and such a procedure could transform the tumor from STUMP to SS.
The entire consignment of 5,000 tonnes of tur would be reach at these two ports on October 20, it said.
Of the 94 patients who underwent re-TUR, 29 had Ta tumours (8: Ta low grade, 21: Ta high grade) and 65 had T1 tumours (1: T1 low grade, 64: T1 high grade) on their initial TUR.
Uber den Ursprung der Tur gibt es zahlreiche Hypothesen und Legenden, die ihren Ausdruck in mannigfachen Benennungen gefunden haben.
Aristobulo del Valle 15/ II/92, Tur et Guglianone 1948 (LP, SI).
Therefore, this paper considers the influence of cooling airflow rate on the bubble instability at different TUR, BUR, and film thickness process variables.
Tur, even though his video is copyrighted and displayed without his permission, may not have the legal grounds to win a court battle with YouTube.
Finding the Middle Ground: Krestovskii, Tur, and the Power of Ambivalence in Nineteenth-Century Russian Women's Prose.