Acronyms that contain the term sept.%2011
What does sept.%2011 mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: sept.%2011.
Sept Iles Municipal Airport, Sept-Iles, Quebec, Canada
Del Monte Foods Company (de-listed 2011)
(Western) Samoan Time [from 2011-12-30; UTC +1300]
Trisanita was formed as an acronym of three sanitation platforms. Three process sciences: physics, chemistry, biology. Three environmental media: soil, water, air. Three living resources: plants, animals, humans. Three contaminant carriers: wastewater, solid waste, waste gases. Three sanitation goals: clean, healthy, safety. Three social behaviors: knowledge, attitude, practice. Three pillars of scientific integrity: education, research and public services. The mission of Trisanita was undertaken through scholarly scientific journal publication. Three journals have been launched, entitled: Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (J.ASES) on 29 March 2006, Journal of Applied Technology in Environmental Sanitation (J.ATES) on 8 April 2011, and Journal of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation (J.APES) on 25 May 2011.
Mocord-Dix Sept Rosado, Brazil
Sept-Iles Airport, Canada
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Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011
Given the paucity of hits–58 on 25.10.2011, most from lists of abbreviations and acronyms–this body may no longer be active
Given the paucity of hits–8 on 19.10.2011, it seems likely that this term is obsolete
Note This term and appears in White’s NHS Jargon Explained. With 28 (!) hits (18.10.2011), it does not appear to be in active use, and might be best regarded as “retired”
Note This term and the abbreviation appears in White’s NHS Jargon Explained. With 2 (!) hits (18.10.2011), it does not appear to be in active use, and might be best regarded as retired
Note This term appears in White’s NHS Jargon Explained. With 25 hits (25.10.2011), it is best regarded as retired
Note This term had 47 hits on 19.10.2011. It was the title of a course from the Royal College of Surgery
Note: This term appears on several lists of abbreviations and acronyms that I found on this side of the pond. There were no (none) hits on 05.11.2011, from which one can reasonably conclude that it is not in current use.
The latter term got 28 hits on 23.10.2011, and thus unlikely to be in active use
There were 3 hits for this term on 25.10.2011. It is probably retired
There were 33 hits for this term on 25.10.2011, including those in Chinese and Arabic. It is probably retired
There were no hits on 23.10.2011 for this term
This acronym appears in Tony White’s NHS Jargon Explained; there were 6 hits for this term on 20.10.2011, suggesting that it is not in active use
This body appears to have had its heyday from 1996 to 2000-ish. With 58 hits on 08.11.2011, the term doesn’t seem to be in current use
This definition got 10 hits on 22.10.2011 and is thus unlikely to be in active use.
This incorrect translation of GRIPP got 56 hits on 21.10.2011
This term got 1 (!) hit on 23.10.2011. It seems inconceivable that it would be in active use