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CTA

An abbreviation for cum testamento annexo, Latin for "with the will annexed."

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Estrada and his wife then filed a protest against the assessment which was denied by the BIR prompting them to take the case to the CTA.
High-pitch DS-CTA without electrocardiography-gating is an effective technique for imaging aorta with very low radiation exposure and with significant reduction of motion artifacts in ascending aorta; however, the overall quality of high-pitch DS-CTA in abdominal aorta is lower than standard CTA.
But the one thing there hasn't been is live video coverage created by the CTA itself.
These appointments are intended to elevate leaders who are not located within a CTA leadership group and maintain a balance of identities, talents and skill sets among council members.
Detection rate for grade-1 and grade-2 stenosis by CDUS and CTA is 55(28.
Historically, the CTA Challenge has always been a way for us to market CTA talent that we work with and a way for us to track emerging managers against their peers," Mr.
Furthermore, the CTA range of products will give Sika the opportunity to increase its business in new and existing distribution channels and will provide excellent cross selling opportunities.
South Africa will benefit from Namibia hosting CTA and strongly supports Namibia's bid, as the two countries already enjoy a long history of collaborating on gamma ray detection, as Namibia is currently home to a gamma ray observatory called the High Energy Stereoscopic System (HESS).
Figure 1 shows the solution trajectories of P plotted against one another in 3 cases; the steady state value of P with HIA and CTA absent, just CTA present, and CTA present with HIA.
The CTA also is investigating to determine whether there was an operator or anyone else on the colliding train, which had no passengers or crew.
Hyman, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), focusing most of his attention on responding to her contention that CTA leaves out the crucial causal factor of "the agent's exercise of her capacity to do things" (52).
Tumusiime welcomed the partnership with CTA as a timely move; as global attention was now focused on Africa's resolve to shoulder its responsibilities of eradicating hunger and poverty.