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  • n. Plural form of DTO.


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  • The shapes of the DTOs are the sole contract, and the types used in the client are for the client only.

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  • It is important that we pause for a moment and look at what these "DTOs" are.

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  • However, 25 machine guns were reportedly confiscated, of which six were traced back to U.S. military inventories. 90 In addition, reports indicate that in at least 10 instances, Mexican authorities recovered U.S. manufactured 66 millimeter anti-tank weapons from Mexican DTOs. 91

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  • Previously they would call them drug-trafficking organizations, or DTOs, and today they are increasingly referred to as trans-national criminal organizations, or TCOs, because they are involved in all these different crimes, said Stewart.

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  • According to the NDIC report, the increased bloodshed in Juárez "could spill into the [West Texas] region," since it raises the threat that drug-trafficking organizations will "confront law-enforcement officers in the United States who seek to disrupt these DTOs 'smuggling operations."

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  • The situation has gotten so bad, according to the report, that "Significant quantities of cannabis are cultivated on public lands, particularly by Mexican DTOs and criminal groups, as evidenced by high and increasing eradication figures."

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  • "Mexican DTOs [Drug Trafficking Organizations] have expanded their cultivation operations into the United States, an ongoing trend for the past decade," notes the recently released National Drug Threat Assessment for 2010.

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  • According to a May report from the Congressional Research Service, Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) rake in anywhere from $15 to $25 billion annually, and may have more than

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  • According to ASU professor Larry Woodruff, there are five major DTOs in Mexico.

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  • Furthermore, Endeavour and her six person crew will also be tasked with two Development Test Objectives - or DTOs.


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