TYSSE

AcronymDefinition
TYSSEToronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (Toronto, Canada)
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Tysse, who is white, said kneeling was the "most patriotic thing" she could do.
Recently, Tysse has begun conversations around linking in chancellors' and provosts' offices with their archives and correspondence loads.
A recent analysis of how the disability and AFP pensions affect early retirement can be found in Tysse (2001).
"I'm delighted - it rates as one of my best days," said Penn, who clocked 1-27-06 as he crossed the line 27 seconds behind Norway's Erik Tysse.
John Tysse. Washington, National Foundation for the Study of Equal Employment Policy, 1987.
The front wheel was gone, and so was the yoke, but they got another wheel of the right diameter, width and heft off of a John Deere plow owned by John Tysse of North Dakota, and they made a new yoke.
Olympic silver medallist Kjersti Tysse Platzer of Norway was a clear winner of the women's 20km in 1-30-01, finishing nearly five minutes clear of second-placed Lyudmila Yegonoa of the Ukraine.
The Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) will provide an 8.6-kilometre northern extension for the existing TTC subway system from Downsview Station to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.
The Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) will connect the Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC) Line 1 from its present terminus at Downsview Station to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, making commuting more convenient and efficient in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area.
The Akin Gump team included partner Pratik Shah, co-head of the firm s Supreme Court and appellate practice, and counsel James Tysse, who successfully argued the prior appeal in the U.S.
Announcement of competition: Fv.48 Tunnel behind Tysse, Noise Measures.
Contract Awarded to Supply and install Ventilated Facade systems, Tile and Portland Cement Terrazzo in the upcoming TYSSE project in Toronto