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DDTDichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (insecticide; CAS Number 50-29-3)
DDTDirection Départementale des Territoires (French: Departmental Territories)
DDTDossier de Diagnostic Technique (French sales surveys)
DDTDramatic Dream Team (professional wrestling promotion; Japan; also seen as D2T)
DDTDark Dirigible Titan
DDTDon't Do That
DDTDistributed Debugging Tool (Allinea)
DDTDividend Distribution Tax
DDTDivision of Diabetes Translation (CDC)
DDTDocumento Di Trasporto (Italian)
DDTDisk to Disk to Tape (data preservation)
DDTDeflagration to Detonation Transition
DDTDirection de la Dynamique Territoriale (French: Directorate of Territorial Dynamics)
DDTDesign Development Test
DDTDynamic Debugging Tool
DDTDynamic Debugging Technique
DDTDEC Debugging Tape
DDTDigital Distribution Taskforce (record label)
DDTDue Diligence Team (various organizations)
DDTDamien's Dinner Time (pro wrestling move)
DDTDewey Defeats Truman (band)
DDTDrop Dead Twice
DDTDiamond Dude Turbo (Yu-Gi-Oh card game)
DDTDigital Diagnostic Tester
DDTDefine Device Trigger (GPIB Command)
DDTDirect Drive Turntable
DDTDistortion Detection Technology (Peavey)
DDTDigital Data Transmitter
DDTDesign, Development, and Test
DDTData Description Table
DDTDamn Devastating Terror (pro wrestling move)
DDTDifferential Die-away Technique
DDTDifferential Dieaway Technique
DDTDesi Dance Teams (dance coalition)
DDTDependence Detection Table
DDTDrop Dead Thread (forum)
DDTDyadic Decision Tree
DDTDangerous Dudes on Tour (Return to Castle Wolfenstein multiplayer gaming clan)
DDTDistributed Decision-aid Tool
DDTDetailed Design Tool
DDTDownsized Deployable Terminal
DDTDivine Dance Troupe (UK)
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Later, the DDT is expected to increase the passenger capacity by 25% especially for the route of Manggarai-Kranji.
We examined bivariate determinants of DDT and DDE exposure and evaluated five hypothetical interventions aiming to reduce exposure using a causal inference framework.
In the best knowledge of the authors, statistical analysis of photocatalytic degradation of lindane and DDT from water and wastewater have not been reported.
A Tyler Morning Telegraph editorial criticized: "The ominous outbreak of the Zika virus is really a policy failure; the demonization of DDT has left much of the world defenseless against mosquito-borne diseases that were once easily and effectively wiped out.
La Merrill added that as mammals, humans have to regulate their body temperature in order to live and their study has found that DDT reduced female mice's ability to generate heat.
DDT is still being used in the kala-azar control programme in Bihar and other endemic states.
With a wide user base in HPC and recognized leadership in scalability and ease of use, many research centers and ISVs rely on Allinea DDT to be able to turn software problems around quickly - saving vital developer time and machine budget for the real business of developing applications and achieving results.
While the scientific evidence slowly mounted, DDT use continued to grow.
To wit, the Peregrine Fund was founded in 1970 by a leading Cornell ornithologist to help nurse peregrine falcon populations hit hard by DDT back to their once abundant numbers.
Macrocyclic complexes containing various transition metal ions were examined extensively for the dechlorination of DDT and other organochlorides.
DDT is used in indoor spraying for control of vectors of malaria and visceral leishmaniasis.
To reduce DDT exposure of the environment and humans, this contaminated site has to be remediated.