Experts have long called for tight controls against nuclear smuggling sanctions.
What does TICON stand for?
TICON stands for Tight Control
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A Canadian judge has recommended tight controls on the use of Taser stun guns as part of an inquiry into the death of a Polish passenger at Vancouver airport two years ago.
The move is likely to be hailed by foreign and domestic critics who have accused the government of trying to increase already tight controls over the Internet.
With most new drugs subject to a ten to 15-year development cycle, and requiring collaboration from scientists and key business stakeholders around the world, it's critical for AstraZeneca to maintain tight control over all documentation," said Thomas Ehrnstrohm, AstraZeneca's Director of Global IS Strategy.
This feature allows larger shots and enables tight control of metal temperature for SSM slurry processing.
The Tribune notes, "China makes little or no distinction between acts of political violence and peaceful protests, and also places significant restrictions on the practice of religion, including keeping tight control on religious leaders and banning the religious education of children.
W&M's focus on tight control and supervision of projects within their own properties also spelled success on outside jobs.
The administration's new policy retains tight controls on the export of satellite systems but establishes a much more liberal licensing procedure for U.