DTM

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AcronymDefinition
DTMDriver Test Manager
DTMDeutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (German auto racing)
DTMDeep Tissue Massage
DTMDermatophyte Test Medium
DTMDeterministic Turing Machine (informatics)
DTMDetroit Techno Militia (record label; Michigan)
DTMDead to Me
DTMDEC Test Manager
DTMData Tier Modeler
DTMDortmund, Germany - Wickede (Airport Code)
DTMDon't Touch Me
DTMDoing Too Much
DTMDigital Trunk Module
DTMDelay Time Multiplier
DTMDigital Terrain Matrix
DTMDon't Time Me (Toastmasters)
DTMDevelopment Test Model
DTMDead Teenager Movies
DTMDuctTapeMessiah
DTMDeep Truncate Mode (Cisco)
DTMDual Thruster Module
DTMDynamic Trace Memorization
DTMDesktop Manufacturing Corporation (Austin, TX)
DTMDeutsche Telekom Mobilenet
DTMDetroit & Mackinac Railway Company
DTMDynamic Tunnel Multicast (networking)
DTMDiscrete Track Medium
DTMDaily Traffic Metering Report (Sprint)
DTMDrop Track Message
DTMDisk Tape Module (Telabs)
DTMDesign Tasking Memo
DTMDown Town Mafia (game)
DTMDialtone & More (Douglasville, GA)
DTMDesign to Market
DTMDown the Middle (fan shroud)
DTMDetroit, Michigan (border patrol sector)
DTMDevice Type Manager
DTMDepartment of Terrestrial Magnetism (Carnegie Institution)
DTMDirective-Type Memorandum (US DoD)
DTMDays to Maturity (securities and financial instruments)
DTMDevelopment Team Manager
DTMDistributed Threat Mitigation (Cisco)
DTMDays to Maturity
DTMDesktop Music (Japanese term, refers to MIDI music)
DTMData Transfer Mechanism
DTMDirty Teenage Mustache
DTMDemographic Transition Model
DTMDifficult-to-Manage
DTMDirectly to Metal (paint)
DTMDynamic Traffic Management
DTMDesign Theory and Methodology (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DTMDiploma in Tourism Management (various schools)
DTMDead Tree Media (traditional media)
DTMDrug Therapy Management (healthcare)
DTMDyed to Match (used in garment industry for matching an existing colour)
DTMDesign Team Meeting (architecture practices)
DTMDirection des Travaux Maritimes (French: Directions of Marine Works)
DTMDepartment of Transfusion Medicine (US NIH Clinical Center)
DTMDesign to Manufacturing
DTMDon't Tell Mama
DTMDigital Terrain Map
DTMDate Time
DTMDistinguished Toastmaster
DTMDown Town Manhattan
DTMDynamic synchronous Transfer Mode (Dynarc/Net Insight)
DTMDual Transfer Mode
DTMData Terminal (Tadiran)
DTMData Transfer Module
DTMDigital Terrain Model
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