DTH

(redirected from Down The Hill)
AcronymDefinition
DTHDirect To Home
DTHDaily Tar Heel (UNC/state bulletin; Chapel Hill, NC)
DTHDelayed Type Hypersensitivity (medicine)
DTHDie Toten Hosen
DTHDown the Hole (drilling)
DTHDecatherm (measurement unit for heat; 1,000,000 BTU)
DTHDance Theater of Harlem
DTHDeck the Halls
DTHDoctor of Theology
DTHDowntown Terre Haute (Terre Haute, IN)
DTHDown the Hall
DTHDown The Hill
DTHDay Training and Habilitation (disablilities)
DTHDays to Harvest
DTHDrôme Transport Handicap (France)
DTHDown to Hell
DTHDMS Transition Hub
DTHDisplacement Time History
DTHDielectric-Type Heating
References in classic literature ?
As quick as lightning the man's head shot forward and his neck stretched out until the top of the head, where it was flat, struck the Scarecrow in the middle and sent him tumbling, over and over, down the hill.
He watched them closely as they shouldered the luggage and were led off down the hill by Matt, who carried the bedding and the grip.
I say splashed, for the storm water was sweeping the sand down the hill in a muddy torrent.
The indunas run; they whisper to Menziwa the general and to the captains; then two regiments rush down the hill, two more run to the right, and yet another two to the left.
I'll really call in on the nuns," he said to the officers who watched him smilingly, and he rode off by the winding path down the hill.
While she was doing this kind office one of her cheeses fell out of the basket, and rolled down the hill.
But the creatures led their captives away from the rocks and the road, down the hill by a side path until they came before a low mountain of rock that looked like a huge bowl turned upside down.
Sir Nathaniel, without speaking, led the way to the east, down the hill.
Looking back down the hill, the view presented the grandest spectacle of Nature and Man, in combination, that I have ever seen.
When he filled a pan with dirt, he ran down the hill to wash it; nor could he forbear running up the hill again, panting and stumbling profanely, to refill the pan.
He was nowhere visible, and with an added terror I retired from the place, down the hill in the direction whence I had come.
Back down the hill and across the moor went the company speedily, for they feared a rescue.