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útboð {hv}
invitation to tender <ITT>
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Translation for 'ITT' from English to Icelandic

invitation to tender <ITT>
útboð {hv}viðsk.
Usage Examples English
  • Nyíribrony község neve elõször a XIV. század elsõ felében tûnik fel az itt élõ nemesek nevében. Birtokosai voltak a Kemecseiek, a Bogdányiak és a Jármyak.
  • A 14-15. században a Szekeres családnak volt még itt nagyobb birtoka.
  • First is Bhadaurii itt(brick) and Second is bus body building.
  • On leaving the army, to enable him to continue his work with the trade union, he joined a subsidiary of ITT Corporation because it gave him time to sit on a Dutch state committee to reform the army.
  • Hyper-interactive teaching technology or H-ITT is a form of technology used primarily to interact between the students and teachers.
  • Elizabeth told Moray that "itt were no Prince's part to think well of your doinges, ...
  • There have been several books written about Geneen's time at ITT, and at least one about Geneen himself.
  • The call is a sharp "tseee", and the song is a twittering " churrrr-chirrriiii-itt".
  • M itt. Zool. Sta. Neapl,17, 487. ------ On the structure of the nephridia of Dinophilus.
  • The "Wasp" was fitted with ground station equipment by ITT to relay live television, via the Intelsat I (nicknamed the "Early Bird") satellite.
  • The ITT F4849 and ITT F4960 (MX-11619 and MX-11620) were also developed which use a 25mm Gen3 tube.
  • "The ITT Wars: An Insider's View of Hostile Takeovers" is a non-fiction book about ITT Corporation written by its CEO Rand Araskog. The book was published by Henry Holt & Co. in 1989.
  • After he had built over 140,000 houses around the world, then 60-year-old Levitt sold the company to ITT for $92 million ($ [...] million today) in July 1967, of which $62 million was in the form of ITT stock.
  • Stephan & Renfro (2002) updated ITT into the two-factor model and admitted that “ultimately, the model is circular.” The theory states that perceived threat leads to prejudice but the outcomes of that prejudice itself can also lead into increased perceived threat.
  • It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (1994) after Robert A.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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