But because of the cost of moving to a fully localised system, the report recommended negotiations over pensions along with broader terms and conditions - excluding pay - should continue under existing arrangements.
What does BT stand for?
BT stands for Broader Term (lexicography)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 75 other meanings of BT in our Acronym Attic
- Brain Teaser
- Break Through
- Break Time
- Break Track
- Break Transmission
- Breakfast Television (Atlantic Canada Newsmagazine)
- Brevet de Technicien (French)
- Brian Transeau (DJ/producer/composer)
- British Telecommunications
Samples in periodicals archive:
A dieter choosing on the basis of high-level construal, however, might view the choice in the broader terms of a choice between weight loss and hedonism, and opt for the apple.
95 Hardcover RC963 Reflecting the trend toward unification of the two fields of occupational medicine (workplace health) and environmental medicine (which looks broadly at air- and water-born health threats), this single-authored reference is intended for physicians--those who intend to specialize in OEM, those shifting to the field in mid-career, and those practicing occupational medicine who want to rethink their practice in broader terms.
In broader terms, price action from mid-July looks to be setting up a descending triangle, a bearish continuation pattern.
Artists discuss their working styles and tools, some provide detailed step-by-step instructions while others discuss their successes and trials in broader terms.
She notes that religion is a more structured concept that relates to rites, rituals, and creeds, while spirituality is a much broader term that addresses an individual's or community's experience of and response to God.