Definitions for "PTO"
Keywords:  tractor, mower, gearbox, splines, winch
Power Take-Off, usually referring to a mower deck.
(Stands for Power Take Off. This is where auxiliary equipment uses the vehicle's engine or gearbox - for example where a milk tanker uses the vehcile's engine to create a vacuum in the tank)
Paid time off. A benefit program granting employees a specific number of vacation or personal days off which that are paid by the employer. The number of days is generally based on the employer's policy for accrual of paid time off.
A national organization that promotes the welfare of children and provides guidance and leadership training to its local units. Gilchrist is an active member of the Florida PTO and we encourage every parent to join. Membership enables you to vote on matters that affect our school including how fundraising dollars are spent and what direction we want to take our school in.
Parent Teacher Organization
Gilchrist PTO is an open organization made up of parents, teachers, administrators, staff, grandparents and community members all working together to enhance the educational opportunities and learning environment for Gilchrist elementary students. Every single PTO member plays a crucial role in ensuring a positive, rewarding educational experience for our children! Membership in PTO enables you to vote on matters that affect our school including how fundraising dollars are spent and what direction we want to take our school in.
Stands for Public Telecommunications Operators (PTOs). See PTT.
An organization responsible for providing public telecommunications services in a given country. The term now generally includes mobile operators, as well as the emerging alternative providers of telecommunications services.
Public Telecommunications Operator - network operators providing services to the public with powers granted by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry under the Telecommunications Act 1984 to enable them to install their systems on public and private land, property etc.
Patent and Trademark Office (in the USA) For over 200 years, the basic role of the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has remained the same to promote the progress of science and the useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries (Articles 1, Section 8 of the United States Constitution). ( USPTO Home)
The US Patent & Trademark Office, which handles applications for patents and trademarks.
See Patent and Trademark Office.
A tomato gene that confers resistance to bacterial speck disease caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato. ( see also)
Keywords:  incumbent, carrier, places, united
An incumbent carrier in places other than the United States.
purchase to order. The method used to respond to demand in which an item is purchased only when required by a customer order that specifies that item, and not for processing or assembling into a different item number.
Package To Order
Keywords:  turn, over
please turn over