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WTMAWet Tropics Management Authority (Australia)
WTMAWiesen Test of Mechanical Aptitude (APR Testing Services)
WTMAWest Texas Military Academy (now Texas Military Institute-The Episcopal School of Texas; San Antonio, TX)
WTMAWashington Township Municipal Authority (utilities)
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The WTMA is expected to be funded in the final operating budget.
(37.) Ledgers (Donor Records), WTMA, April 1912-May 1914; Subscription (payment) Card, WTMA, Ac.
See for example, "Minutes of the Executive Committee Meeting of the WTMA," 13 November 1916, WTMA, Ac.
WTMA (Wet Tropics Management Authority) 2005 Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area Regional Agreement, <www.wettropics.gov.au/ rah/rah_pdf/regional_agreement.pdf> accessed 24 March 10.
(21.) Specifically, the Wet Tropics Management Authority (WTMA), Environmental Protection Agency/Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (EPA/QPWS, now the Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM)), and the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (now also DERM).
On immigration, the issue that so animated the WTMA audience, Conley's position resembles legislation recently passed in the Republican-dominated South Carolina statehouse, including measures that impose stiff penalties for employers who hire illegal aliens.
At WTMA in Charleston, Graham ran radio ads touting his many trips to Iraq, but was the only candidate among those running for a variety of state offices to decline an interview with our station.
The Wet Tropics Management Authority (WTMA) is responsible for overall management of the area, with the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service responsible for parks within it, subject to WTMA policies.
As Rainforest Aboriginal groups have noted with regard to the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area, 'the protection of cultural values appears to be secondary to natural values protection' (WTMA Steering Committee 1998:xx).
Half of all Queensland nature-based tour operators are located in Far North Queensland, with the majority visiting sites in the Wet Tropics (WTMA 2000a,b).
However, according to WTMA (2000b), Tourism use should contribute to the conservation and understanding of Aboriginal cultural heritage and help Aboriginal people as tourism industry participants to achieve economic and social benefits.