215-216 TA174 The 259 papers in this collection originally were presented during the Second International Conference on Advanced Design and Manufacturing Engineering held in Taiyuan, China in August 2012.
What does TYN stand for?
TYN stands for Taiyuan, China (Airport Code)
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- Total Yeast and Mold Count (microbiology)
- Tie Your Mother Down (Foo Fighters song)
- Take Your Money Everywhere
- Thought You Might Like to Know
- Timeshare Incorporated Network
- Thymidylate Synthetase
- The Youth Mentoring Trust (Parnell, Auckland, NZ)
- Toronto Youth Music Theatre Company
- Tylenol Murders (FBI codename)
- Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus
- Thimun Youth Network
- Tyndall AFB (Panama City, FL)
- Thought You'd Never Ask
- Tamil Youth Organization
- Tant qu'il Y aura des Ohms (International Student Short Film Festival; Cedex, France)
- Taranaki Youth Orchestra (New Zealand)
- Tasmanian Youth Orchestra (Australia)
- Thames Youth Orchestra (London, UK)
- That's Your Opinion (podcasts)
- Tokyo Metropolitan Area Airport Code (both to Narita International Airport and Haneda Domestic Airport)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Last September, 2,000 workers at the company's plant in Taiyuan, China,rioted after a brawlerupted between employees and security guards.
Last September, 2,000 workers at the company's plant in Taiyuan, China, rioted after a brawl erupted between employees and security guards.
At the 60th Anniversary Celebration of China's Stainless Steel Industrialization held in Taiyuan, China, it was awarded.
The two other ' Olympic Qualifying Tournaments' at Taiyuan, China ( April 25) and Helsinki, Finland ( May 2) will see participation at a world level.
Japan, China's Shanxi Province to cooperate on resource development TAIYUAN, China - Japan's Ambassador to China Uichiro Niwa and China's Shanxi provincial Communist Party secretary Yuan Chunging agreed Thursday that Japan and the major Chinese coal producing province will cooperate on resource development.
Delivered by an international group of contributors (though the majority are based in China), the papers were presented at the Interantional Conference on Computational Aspects of Social Networks, held in September 2010 in Taiyuan, China.