from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. International Telecommunications Union
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Initialism of International Telecommunication Union.
- proper n. Initialism of International Triathlon Union.
- proper n. Initialism of International Typographical Union.
- proper n. Initialism of IT University of Copenhagen.
- proper n. Initialism of Istanbul Technical University.
- n. Initialism of intensive treatment unit, called intensive care unit in the United States.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Less than a week on, the same child was in ITU with severe brain injuries from which she will never recover.
An official announcement in ITU-T’s Operational Bulletin will be made following the decision of the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau.
An official announcement in ITU-T’s Operational Bulletin will be made following the decision of the [...]
"The interesting thing is that Iran wants to expand its satellite channels network around the world — that's why the ITU is the best place to talk about that," German Deputy Foreign Minister Werner Hoyer said.
So I went to the page of the ITU, which is the International Telecommunication Union and found a page where the 2003 the latest Internet statistics per country are kept.
And I couldn't find much, really, but I found this graph produced by the ITU, which is the International Telecommunication Union, based in Geneva.
The ITU, which is overseen by the ITB, has been charged with investigating death squad activities in KwaZulu-Natal.
The ITU is a body of crucial importance for South Africa and indeed the entire African continent.
As the principle driving force behind standards formulation, international policy, technology development and co-operation in the telecommunications sector, the ITU was a body of critical importance to people in South Africa and in Africa, Dr Jordan said.
The ITU is the United Nations specialized agency devoted to telecommunications standardization, radio frequency management, and telecommunications development.