Acronyms, acronymes

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  1. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    http://www.acronymfinder.com/SBTC.html

    SBTC:

    RankAbbr.Meaning****SBTCSouthern Baptists of Texas Convention[​IMG]****SBTCSkill-Biased Technological Change[​IMG]****SBTCSkill-Biased Technical Change[​IMG]***SBTCSmall Business Technology Coalition[​IMG]***SBTCMinistry of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture (Canada)[​IMG]***SBTCShall Be The Conqueror[​IMG]**SBTCSaved By the Cross[​IMG]**SBTCSeattle Bicycle Touring Club (Seattle, Washington)[​IMG]**SBTCStream-Based Trace Compression[​IMG]*SBTCSolid Bare Tinned Copper (grounding connections)[​IMG]*SBTCSlow Boat to China[​IMG]*SBTCSerene Bastards of Tarbae Chaos (gaming)[​IMG]*SBTCSo Be the Child[​IMG]*SBTCStockport Binocular & Telescope Centre, Ltd (UK)



    http://www.acronymattic.com/SBTC.html

    Possible MeaningsRankSmall Business Technology Council***Sydenham Bruce Trail Club***Sully Buttes Telephone Cooperative***Small Business Tourism and Culture***Skill Bias Technological Change***Southwestern Bell Telephone Company**Southside Business Technology Center**Striped Bass Technical Committee**Security Bank and Trust Company**Siberian Banker Training Center**Subic Bay Training Center**State Blood Transfusion Council**Speed Brake Thrust Controller**State Board Training Consortium**Southern Bell Telephone Company**Santa Barbara Tennis Club*Scottish Bakery Training Council*Small Business Training Center*Stony Brook Technology Center*Small Business Tax Controls*San Bernardino Tri City*Southwestern Bell Telephone Corporation*State Board of Tax Commissioners*Sugarettes Baton Twirling Corps
     
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    CTBS:



    http://www.acronymfinder.com/CTBS.html


    RankAbbr.Meaning****CTBSComprehensive Tests of Basic Skills[​IMG]***CTBSCertified Tissue Bank Specialist[​IMG]**CTBSCalifornia Tests of Basic Skills

    http://www.acronymattic.com/CTBS.html

    Possible MeaningsRankCanadian Test of Basic Skills***Canadian Tests of Basic Skills**Chloride-cation Transporter Blockers**Cape Town Baptist Seminary**China Telecommunications Broadcast Satellite*Citywide Travel Behavior Survey*Certified Tissue Bank Specialists*California Test of Basic Skills*Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills*Cool Taco Bell Sites
     
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    A lot of possibilities, but only the killer knows for sure.

    I wonder about the internet provider sbtc. Not sure if that is the correct term....but you see sbtc on email messages. I do think it was suppose to represent a noun...what it is, is anyone's guess.
     
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    Well, I haven't stumbled upon any four word french proverbs, (but there's some good ones!) as of yet. SBTC, not a common grouping.

    Also, no match to any french online chat acronymes
    http://www.arobase.org/rediger/acronymes.htm

    The arrangement of letters, SBTC, has a greater occurance in the english language.
     
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    It's funny you mention the reverse, CTBS, because I heard that the cops found an open Bible with CTBS in it...
     
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    Ya, thought I'd look for it in reverse in English, and all combinations in fr.

    Socialiste, societe, Soeurs HA.
     
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    Never having posted in this forum, is it possible, I'm saying just a possibility, that the S at the beginning of the acronym was really a flourished J......JonBenetTakeCare.......
     
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    I found out on this case anything is possible.
     
  15. anne11

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    I found these on yahoo.fr;
    www.sbtc.fr termite and wood treatments from Jambles in france
    sbtc.sport.fr - beach tennis on la Reunion
    www.sbtc.ch - a portail for Swiss bank services
    www.sbtc.ca - vancouver based Co promoting ecological innovations with links to the Emirates.
    A note on the use of acronyms in france, no capitals and no full stops/ periods in between letters. Also in internet speak they usually just shorten words eg bjr = bonjour.
     
  16. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Hi anne.
    Ty for the info.

    TY anne.

    (I've been slowly working my way through a list of Saints, and I realized that saint Jean Babtiste, he's one of my favorites!)

    Ya, grammar... so not my strong point. Never use it in real life.

    But there is that difference in application between cultures. I was trying to remember all those rules, ha.

    http://books.google.ca/books?id=0c5KxdPJHvgC&pg=PT246&lpg=PT246&dq=french+grammar+mme+rules+abbreviations&source=bl&ots=e_qoc88CAB&sig=1WusWEddkbiA-h-uC_qCIfMVvsY&hl=en&ei=w8XrSb1Xjsoy3tDx8QU&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3

    Like...

    Mr.
    Mrs.

    rn [Mr. Ramsey,]



    fr M. (point)
    Mme

    fr [ M. Ramsey] no comma





    periods vs commas

    *fr two part all punctuation marks and symbols with two or more parts must ! ? % $ # must be preceeded by a space.


    Ca va ?
    Tres bien !

    Victory! vs Victoire !

    rn [carefully!]
    [John!]
    [Victory, appears with spacing]


    *fr/eng

    the period is used in some parts of Canada to separate, rather than the comma that is used in English: 10.500 -- 10,500
    In France, however a space is used in replace of an Englisn comma to separate thousands eng 123,456 would become 123 456


    • Currency symbols should be placed after the amount and preceded by a non-breaking space.
    English example:USD50


    French example:50 USD

    • Use a space for thousand separators and a comma for decimal separators.
    English example: USD 2000.50


    French example:2 000,50 USD


    $118,000.00 vs 118 000
    $118,000,00 vs 118 000 USD

    rn [$118,000.00
    $100,000
    $18,000

    $500
    $100]



    http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:e97mSFCu438J:linden-apps.s3.amazonaws.com/pjira/FR_LOCALIZATION%2520STYLE%2520GUIDE.doc+french+grammar+mme+rules+abbreviations&cd=10&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca


    fr/eng diffrence in application of commas and conjunctions and, or, nor
    et, ou, ni





    *fr/eng: eng a 3 space? indentation to commence paragraphs





    http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:e97mSFCu438J:linden-apps.s3.amazonaws.com/pjira/FR_LOCALIZATION%2520STYLE%2520GUIDE.doc+french+grammar+mme+rules+abbreviations&cd=10&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca


    Time eng am pm

    eng at 8:00 a.m.

    fr a 8h00

    rn [between 8 and 10 am]


    rn: source: http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/ransom1.html
     
  17. anne11

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    I was taught punctuation as used in the ransom note in typing class at school in the mid-1980's and some of the textbooks used were from the 1960's.
    I'm still looking for more insight on SBTC, but just keep getting results for staffordshire bull terrier clubs and southern baptists (even on french search engines)
     
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    IMO SBTC just stands for saved by the cross.
    Just as most ppl choose a password that is something familiar to them,
    Patsy chose it for the same reason.
     
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    I totally agree. I believe that Patsy AND Pam used that phrase alot....along with the word VICTORY. The RN was signed Victory! SBTC

    Pam used the word victory...when she said, after Patsy died..."Patsy now has her victory".

    So, I believe it meant...Victory! (because we are) Saved By The Cross.

    In some religions...on Easter...you say..."He is risen"...to a person, and they say..."He is risen indeed". Kind of the same type of thing.
     
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    Hi Anne. Ty for the insight regarding grammar and typing; rn is constructed using that standard in form.

    Yes, the Staffordfordshire Bull Terrier Club of Victoria. ha

    SBTC, rechercher dans pages francophones:
    http://www.google.ca/search?q=SBTC&hl=fr&lr=lang_fr&start=10&sa=N

    Les Supraconducteurs à Basse Température Critique (SBTC) ha,



    SBTC, La société (descriptiion of region or groupe) de/des ______ ( de ______ )
     
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    the Fishman SBT-C Classical Guitar Pickup?


    Ya, that combination of 4 letters, begining with S, in french, that placement of the S most often represents Societe.

    SBTC, La société (descriptiion of region or groupe) de/des ______ ( de ______ )

    The Society ________ of ________


    to infer/represent the term Socialist, the ancronyme would not begin with S.

    Parti Socialiste de (place)
    The Party Socialist of (place)
     

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