When Audre Hanneman used TDS as an abbreviation
for Toronto Daily Star in 1975, she was not anticipating the 1985 publications of The Dangerous Summer or Dateline: Toronto.
Maximum extreme limit leg support height under chair seat abbreviation
MLSu can be calculated for minimum and maximum chair height according to formulas (9 and 10) as difference between chair seat height and anthropometric parameter popliteal height of thigh--below knee in sitting position height fossa poplitea (b [left and right arrow] pop).
Sis, Si's plural and possessive of the chemical abbreviation
Teaching needs to emphasise visualising or understanding of concepts (Boulet, 2007), for instance the abbreviation
Coun Mariam Khan Clearly the tweeting and abbreviation
queen is the new councillor for Washwood Heath, Mariam Khan.
Multiple adaptive keyboard programs provide abbreviation
expansion, dual word prediction, and speech output.
The equally puzzling abbreviation
GOK - God only knows - could be a reference to medicine's bewilderment at a particular set of symptoms presented by a patient.
The present critical edition of The Abbreviation
consists of the Arabic text, based on MS British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections, Add.
Following a quick guide to the format of entries, the dictionary defines terms used in clinical psychology from "AA" (the abbreviation
for Alcoholic Anonymous) to "Zyprexa" (a trade name for olanzapine) and includes newer terms such as Internet addiction and e-therapy.
Just five per cent of 4,000 car owners surveyed were able to recognise the abbreviation
TNT - which stands for taxed and tested.
Yet another needless abbreviation
finds its way into the motoring dictionary this week, courtesy of SEAT.
Just 5% of 4,000 car owners surveyed were able to recognise the abbreviation
TNT, which stands for taxed and tested.