Access to the site is blocked because of the court decision," the minister said in response to comments from several frustrated Internet users.
What does RTC stand for?
RTC stands for Response to Comments
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 428 other meanings of RTC in our Acronym Attic
- Reserve Training Centre (Royal Naval Reserve)
- Residency Training Committee (various organizations)
- Residential Training Centre (various locations)
- Residential Treatment Center
- Résistance Thermique de Contact (French: Contact Thermal Resistance)
- Resistance to Change (psychology)
- Resolution Trust Corporation
- Resource Tracking
- Responding to Conflict
- Response Time Compensation (LCD display technology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, Brooklyn Speaks, the moderate wing of the Atlantic Yards opposition sponsored by the Municipal Art Society and other groups, charges that the project as presented in the final environmental impact statement "has only been changed in response to comments submitted by the Department of City Planning, and not those by the general public.
``In preparing for this, Mel Gibson said he'd been working on a new version of the film in response to comments and e-mails and discussions about some of the extreme moments.
EPA has issued a response to comments, which summarize all significant comments received.
After a 60-day comment period, DOE may, where necessary,revise its draft amendment in response to comments received.
supplemented certain disclosures made in connection with the tender offer in response to comments made by the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
But Button and Barrichello launched a sting response to comments.
In response to comments on the negative declaration, district officials said the visual impact would be minimal because the turbine would be built on the same site where a 300-foot radio tower once stood.