As a result of all these efforts, Tulare is expected to save more than $13.
What does TUA stand for?
TUA stands for Tulare (Amtrak station code; Tulare, CA)
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We have 45 other meanings of TUA in our Acronym Attic
- Telecommunications Users Association
- Telephone Users Association
- Terminal Use Agreement (contracts)
- Test Unit Adapter (various companies)
- The Umbrella Academy (TV series)
- Tivoli User Administration
- Tokyo University of Agriculture
- Total Unconditional Acceptance
- TOW Under Armour (Canadian Army)
- Travel Ukraine Agency (est. 1992)
- Turkmenistan Airlines (ICAO code)
- Temple University Alumni Association (Philadelphia, PA)
- Total Utilised Agricultural Area (farm income statistic)
- Tufts University Alumni Association (Medford, MA)
- Tuner Unit Automatic Antenna Matching
- Tsinghua University Alumni Association Vancouver (Canada)
- Temple University Anime Club (Philadelphia, PA)
- The Association of Union Constructors
- Thomaston-Upson Arts Council (Thomaston, GA)
- Trade Union Advisory Committee (Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development)
Samples in periodicals archive:
com recently published a report assessing the booming new market in solar energy, showing how Kings County and Tulare County have attracted California solar installers and developers in the past few years.
In Tulare walnuts, the gallic-acid-containing tannin occurs in levels sufficient to render the fungus incapable of making aflatoxin.
O2Diesel Corporation recently announced that California's Tulare County has begun using the company's O2Diesel fuel for its heavy-duty equipment, an arrangement the company said could potentially lead to the sale of 1 million gallons of O2Diesel per year.
Martin was Tulare's first officer killed in the line of duty, but his death was a forgotten footnote in the farming community's history until six months ago, when Tulare police Cmdr.
A preliminary ruling earlier this year in what has come to be known as the Tulare Lake case threatens to make protection of endangered species more expensive than anyone had anticipated, Haddock told reporters in October in Portland at the Society of Environmental Journalists annual meeting.