from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- recovery time objective
- rent to own
- road traffic officer
- retransmission timeout
- rejected take off (aviation)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
So I was -- let's see, there were six of us wounded, I was the worst and the RTO, which is the man who carried my radio behind me.
In Edinburgh, there's even something cheerfully called the RTO
This technique keeps customers 'user profiles and data fully compatible with Windows profiles and streaming profile solutions such as RTO's Virtual Profiles when available in VMware View.
Takeover ( 'RTO'), which includes the following transactions:
Concurrent with the listing application, the TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing the Company's Reverse Takeover ( 'RTO'), which includes the following transactions:
Much to my chagrin I learned that I was to be the Radio Telephone Operator, or "RTO" for the day.
Finally, with 3rd ANGLICO, 1984-86, as a forward observer/RTO.
It should be noted that there was a Sgt. James W. Hager on that jump he was the team RTO.
But a contentious RTO could hurt Australian-Chinese business relations for which the Felix deal was once feted.
The RTO route would see Yanzhou come through on its deal with Canberra without having to go through the onerous and costly IPO process or risk offloading 30% of its Australian business into a tough equity market.