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What does CNTM stand for?
CNTM stands for Canada's Next Top Model (television show)
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We have 38 other meanings of CNTM in our Acronym Attic
- Computer Network Transaction Group(s)
- Contingent with Kick Out (real estate)
- Collaborative Normal-Tension Glaucoma Study
- Canadian Naval Technical History Association (Canada)
- Confederação Nacional Trab Industria
- China National Textile Industry Council
- Cellule Nationale de Traitement des Informations Financières (French: National Financial Intelligence Processing Unit; various nations; also seen as CENTIF)
- Centrum Naukowo Techniczne Kolejnictwa (Poland, Railway Scientific and Technical Center)
- Center for Natural and Traditional Medicines (est. 1989)
- Club Nautique Tyberport Manage (Belgian water-skiing club)
- China National Telecommunication Metrology Station
- California NeuroAIDS Tissue Network (University of California)
- China National Tourist Office
- California New Teacher Project (est. 1988)
- Centre National de Tests Psychotechniques (French: National Psychometric Testing Center)
- Clinical Nurse Transition Program (US Army)
- Common Network Time Protocol
Samples in periodicals archive:
a) Canada's Next Top Model, b) Celebrity Big Brother, c) Strictly Come Dancing 2 What is the job of Moira's toy boy lover in Emmerdale?
The pair experienced individual success in Canada's Next Top Model and So You Think You Can Dance Canada, and then went on to form a company named Dreams in Motion which features interactive workshops to encourage and support youth in accomplishing their goals.
Every time you give youth power and let them own something it increases their self-esteem and their confidence," said Canada's Next Top Model runner-up Linsay Willier.
Linsay Willier, who now resides in Edmonton, was edged out in the finale of the third season of Canada's Next Top Model.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Sucker Creek First Nation It's a long way from home for Linsay Willier, but with the support of her family and community, the 22-year-old student from Sucker Creek First Nation has made it onto the short list of Canada's Next Top Model.