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How do i apply at tut

  • Obtain a residence application form from Residence Administration and submit the form on or before 31 October.
  • Residence admission, depending on the availability of space, is only possible upon successful academic acceptance.
  • Successful applicants will be notified, via mail, between October to the end of November.
  • Late applications as well as students not accepted for a course yet, will be kept for enquiries as from January.
Indicate on your application form whether you need residence accommodation when you apply for admission to a course at TUT. A residence application form will be mailed to you when you are accepted for the course.
Forms can also be downloaded and be sent to Residence Administration once academical application was successful.

Jan 12, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Where is the sphenoid organ located.

SPHENOID BONE ANATOMY The sphenoid bone carries its share of creating part of the base of the cranium. While it can be seen laterally and inferiorly, the shape of the bone is a bit unusual and is often described as moth or butterfly like. The butterfly shape looks very much like the body accompanied by the two wings which form the orbit. The "body" of the bone consists of the sphenoidal sinuses and the saddle shaped depression which is remarkably prominent. This is called the sella turcica. Commonly referred to as "Turk's saddle," this is where the pituitary gland resides. The lateral walls of the nasal cavity are assisted in formation by the inferior projection of pterygoid process. The sphenoid bone is associated with ample foramina properties. SPHENOID BONE STRUCTURE The smaller portion of the "wing" in the rear of the skull helps create a large opening that allows the transfer of optic nerve passageway through the optic canal. The ophthalmic artery also transverses through this passageway. A triangular opening that can be found in between the "wings" associated with the sphenoid bone. This opening is known as the superior orbital fissure and is designed to allow the ophthalmic nerve safe passage to the eyes. The ophthalmic nerve is part of the trigeminal nerve. Additionally, the trochlear nerve, the oculomotor nerve, and the abducens nerve all travel through this same triangular opening.

Mar 14, 2015 | Music

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Innate definition

in┬Ěnate adjective: innate
  1. inborn; natural. "her innate capacity for organization" synonyms: inborn, inbred, inherent, indwelling, natural, intrinsic, instinctive, intuitive, unlearned; More hereditary, inherited, in the blood, in the family; inbuilt, deep-rooted, deep-seated, hardwired, connate "an innate talent for woodworking" antonyms: acquired

Jul 09, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I need to find out the rights for 30 senior citizens who are getting kicked out of a senior apartment in eastpoint by the e.p. housing commision for smoking please help me some are 80-and 90 years old...

This is some thing that has been happening everywhere now. No grandfather clause in the rights of those before anti smoking. The older generation of smokers got left out on the laws being put into place. Smoking will kill you they all say, but age will not to those that placed these laws. Build a association of residence to fight back the new policy. Long time residence of age should not be forced out due to smoking habit at age 80 and 90..

May 26, 2014 | Finance

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I 'm DentalTechnician from Croatia ,I request occupation in Birmingham .tenk's?

you might want to contact the uk association

Apr 29, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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Full form of GET

full for of GET is Guaranteed Education Tuition Program.
The Guaranteed Education Tuition Program, or GET Program, is a 529 savings plans administered by the U.S state of Washington for residents of the state. As with any 529 plan, account owners invest in the program on behalf of a beneficiary – typically the owner's child or grandchild – in order to prepay for expenses associated with the beneficiary attending a higher education institution.

May 15, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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My company wired a residence Inn Hotel and we had to install arcfault breakers in all of the resident rooms (4 floors). The arcfault breakers started tripping randomly. we disconnected the light fixtures...

The only way to really see what's going on is with a scope to look at the wave form. The arc fault breaker is the latest attempt by the NEC to control the world. Let's get real here, why on earth would we need 'arc fault protection'? The circuitry is 'looking' for a arc on the load that would indicate a potential ground fault or short circuit. I've heard nothing but negative problems associated with these devices. Too bad they are now required by the NEC. I wonder who got that 'pushed' through'...? There probably making bank right now. Sorry to voice my opinion, let me get back to the problem at hand. I really doubt it's the Chinese ballasts. It's probably more to do with the voltage level with no load, compared to the loaded voltage level. Also, it could have to do with the 'Harmonic Distortion' created by a large 'lagging power factor' coming from the ballast load. A small filter at the service entrance would probably eliminate your problems, but it's really not your problem is it? The building owner would be the one that has to mitigate 'his' electrical system issues. A good engineer capable of doing a 'power study' could have the answers for you...

Sep 23, 2009 | Siemens Seimens Arc Fault Breaker

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