UTSI

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UTSIUniversity of Tennessee Space Institute
UTSIUniversity of Texas School of Information (est. 1948; library science; University of Texas at Austin)
UTSIUnfractionated Thyroid-Stimulating Immunoglobulin
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Tilly and her husband Alan, 58, who came to work for the Utsis in 1978, bought the herd in 1989 and have dealt with some little reindeer with big personalities.
<p>UTStarcom could not immediately be reached for comment.<p>On Thursday, UTStarcom's shares on the Nasdaq stock market (UTSI) closed at $2.19, up $0.02.<p>Copyright 2009 IDG Middle East.
The deer ked is also found in low numbers on wild forest reindeer (Rangifer tarandus fennicus) and occasionally on semi-domestic reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) (Kettle and Utsi 1955, Kaunisto et al.
Recognition is critical in today's competitive industry of transportation and logistics, and UTSI is making sure that more folks know who they are and what they have to offer.
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UTStarcom, Inc., based in Alameda, Calif.(UTSI), a provider of IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, and MultiFon, a local subsidiary of MultiData Group, on Oct.
Consultant archaeologist Dr Warwick Rodwell worked with expert Erica Utsi on the scanning project.
His name is Utsi and he's a dominant bull in Britain's only reindeer herd.
UTSI International Corporation, a provider of real time systems consulting, implementation, software development, and support, has reached a deal with Enbridge Pipelines Inc., allowing UTSI to offer the Enbridge PROCYS[TM] SCADA system in its outsourcing program and for turnkey integration projects.
These Ultra-Thin-Silicon (UTSi) MOSFET RF switches are single-supply, single pole double throw (SPDT) RE switches with performance comparable to Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) RE switches.
Britain's only reindeer herd, now numbering around 140, was established in the 1950s in the Cairngorms and at Glenlivet some 30 miles away, when Swedish herder Mikel Utsi reintroduced the animals to Scotland.