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TTTTrouble in Terrorist Town (game)
TTTTo the Top (aka bounce, BBSs)
TTTSecurite (logging abbreviation)
TTTTrain The Trainer
TTTThe Two Towers (second Lord of the Rings book/movie)
TTTTop to Toe
TTTTeam Time Trial
TTTTic Tac Toe
TTTText to Text (education)
TTTTekken Tag Tournament (Namco video game)
TTTTeachers Teaching Teachers
TTTTap Testing Toolkit
TTTTape to Tape
TTTText to Translate
TTTTransition Town Totnes (UK)
TTTTurning the Tides (band; Pennsylvania)
TTTTranspupillary Thermotherapy
TTTTime to Talk
TTTTime, Temperature Transformation
TTTThe Twin Towers
TTTThe Troops to Teachers
TTTThat's The Ticket
TTTTilt Table Test
TTTThat's the Truth
TTTTibial Tuberosity Transposition (surgical procedure)
TTTTime to Train
TTTThings Take Time
TTTTwo Town Trolley (Blacksburg Transit; Blacksburg, VA)
TTTThought That Too
TTTTeacher Talking Time
TTTTest Taking Techniques (course)
TTTTing Tar Tid
TTTThe Tokyo Towers (Japan)
TTTTa-Ta-Tuesday
TTTTime to Target
TTTTotal Time on Test (reliability)
TTTTotal Time on Test
TTTTwo-Tailed Test
TTTTrinidad and Tobago Television
TTTTank Tightness Testing
TTTThird Tier Trash
TTTTranspennine Topology Triangle (seminar; UK)
TTTThird Tier Toilet (aka Third Tier Trash; college rating slang)
TTTTime Travel Technology
TTTTechnik, Teams, Talente (German: Technology, Teams, Talent)
TTTTapestry of Time and Terrain (USGS)
TTTTrack Type Tracker
TTTTouch Tone Terrorists
TTTTerrible Terry Tate (Reebok character)
TTTTokyo Times Tower (Japan)
TTTTransitional Teens Theory (psychology)
TTTToyota Tsusho Thailand
TTTTiller Towards Trouble (sailing)
TTTThings That Think consortium (MIT)
TTTTime Triggered Technology
TTTTarget Transmission Time
TTTTeamwork Through Tinkertoys (team building exercise)
TTTTyrolean Termination Tool (computer science)
TTTTAP Testing Toolkit (Comfone; mobile networks, GSM)
TTTTruth Takes Time
TTTTrunk-to-Trunk Transfer
TTTTap to Tap (metallurgy)
TTTTanker-to-Tanker Transfer
TTTTriangle Tennis Trust (Chennai, India)
TTTTime, Talent and Treasures
TTTTut-Tera Teksajo (Esperanto: WWW)
TTTTomorrow's Teachers Today
TTTTax Tag and Title
TTTTried & True Trains (model railroading)
TTTTeam Tactics Trainer
TTTTeleport to Target (gaming)
TTTTele-Teaching and Training
TTTTummy Touching Table
TTTTraining Task Table
TTTThai Telephone and Telecommunications
TTTTactics Team Trainer
TTTTrappentreuthtunnel (Munich, Germany tunnel)
TTTTwo-Tangent Theorem (geometry)
TTTTongue-Tied Terror
TTTTransition to Track (radar)
TTTTurbo Tax Timmy (Timothy Geithner)
TTTTerrible Tarare Triathlon (France)
TTTTeen Travel Talk (website)
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This was confirmed as a statistically significantly greater number of errors using Fisher's exact two-tailed test. The errors were verified by S.
(a) All scales based on 7-point response scale, 1 = strongly disagree to 7 = strong agree, (b) Wait Time for Intake in days (how long between triage and meeting assigned counselor) (c) Prior Counseling (have you ever been in counseling before now, 1 = Yes, No = 2 (d) Indicates an independent samples t-test difference in means (Males-Females), * p < .05 (two-tailed test) (e) Indicates an independent samples t-test difference in means (Males-Females), * p < .05 (one-tailed test)
The two-tailed test was used because there was no prediction about the direction of relation between the variables have been tested.
On the other hand, the estimated coefficient on the interaction term is positive but it, too, is not statistically significant under a two-tailed test although it is significant at the 10 % level of a one-tailed test.
After applying Kernel's test to methadone-dose data serie, we observed two main subpopulations (Student's "t" two-tailed test, p = .001) with an estimated mean value of 56.4 ([+ or -] 18.4) mg (n = 29; 47% of patients) and 122.8 ([+ or -] 21.8) mg (n = 33; 53%) of methadone, respectively.
The sign test for the category of large companies at p < 0.05 significance level p-value for two-tailed test Couple of variables N of Percentage Z p-value valid NAa < Nab Difference NA & NA 118 59.32203 1.933207 0.053211 Table 10.
As shown in Table 2, due to a high percentage of variance explained by the correlation between overidentification tendency and trait anxiety (r=.68, p<.001, two-tailed test), between overidentification tendency and emotional contagion (r=.39, p<.001, two-tailed test), and between trait anxiety and emotional contagion (r=.44, p<.001, two-tailed test), we decided to test for multicollinearity.
As shown in Table 7, correlation frequency for the masculine group in self-esteem level and trait coping style was tested by linear-by-linear association, a two-tailed test significant at p < .01.
According to the power chart in Lipsey (1990), a two-tailed test with an alpha set at .05 and a power set at .80 requires about 130 participants for a single-level trial if the effect size is .5.
Since the directions of association of the measured variables are unknown in advance, two-tailed test of significance was carried out and presented in Table 4 and 5.
In three out of cases the p-value for the one-tailed and two-tailed test was 0.0000, while for the case -10AB vs -10 BA the p-value for the one-tailed test is 0.0031, and for the two-tailed test for the same case the p-value is 0.0061.