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WTTWaiting to Try
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WTTWild Trout Trust (UK and Ireland)
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WTTWorking Timetable (UK railways)
WTTWell to Tank
WTTWelcome to Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
WTTWheels through Time (museum; North Carolina)
WTTWhat to Think
WTTWind Tunnel Test (various companies)
WTTWorld Turtle Trust (Kailua, HI)
WTTWhite Trailer Trash (gaming clan)
WTTWindows Test Technology (Microsoft Corp.)
WTTWeapon Tactics Trainer
WTTWarrior Training Task
WTTWeb Technology Training (Alcan Aluminum Corporation)
WTTWhat the Turban
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With our unique tri-carrier network diversity and scale from the integration of HKBN, NWT and WTT, we are now strongly positioned to deliver a compelling service and value alternative to HKT.
This requirement, combined with the necessity to limit the number of elicitations per respondent to a small number (ideally one) to avoid early elicitations priming subsequent ones, makes it potentially costly, in terms of sample size, to elicit WTT for all the currently used NHC quality indices.
The merger with WTT, the only enterprise-focused fixed telecommunication services operator with extensive fixed line infrastructure in Hong Kong, will enhance service capabilities, diversify business portfolio, and improve the quality of service offerings to enterprise customers through increased footprint and capacity.
We look forward to welcoming our WTT colleagues to our elite sports team upon deal completion.'
The Positive Outlook reflects our expectation that WTT's FFO adjusted net leverage can come down to below 4.8x by 2020, driven by its ability to generate a pre-dividend free cash flow (FCF) margin of around 10% (or HKD200 million-250 million) - supported by its position in Hong Kong's business-to-business telecoms market.
will to [euro]5 wtt 15% of people travelling are planning long-haul flights to the US
After being called in at the last minute to replace doubles specialist Aisam Qureshi three days before the start of WTT, Neal finished the tournament as one of the top ranked players.
The WTT's goal was to train ANA noncommissioned officers and senior logisticians on how to manage class IX parts.
In the first step of the approach, a WTT is used to decompose wind speed into an approximate scale associated with low frequency and several detailed scales associated with high frequencies.
These characteristics, combined with its fascinating lifecycle (the two sexually mature adult forms, the dun and spinner, are unique in the animal kingdom), first inspired the Wild Trout Trust (WTT) to develop an educational tool employing mayflies in 2009.
Charleston, SC, August 23, 2012 --(PR.com)-- ScoreBand announced today that they will be an official sponsor of the 2012 World Team Tennis (WTT) Finals, September 14-16, being held for the second year at the Family Circle Cup located on Daniel Island, SC.
The authors conclude that a functional link exists between AHR and WTT in the regulation of renal morphogenesis and suggest that deficits in AHR-mediatcd renal development may compromise renal reserve capacity, leading to increased susceptibility to lateonset renal disease.