FTD

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FTDFinancial Times Deutschland (German sister newspaper of the Financial Times)
FTDFitted
FTDFrontotemporal Dementia
FTDFollow That Dream
FTDFlight Training Device
FTDFresh to Death
FTDFight to Death
FTDFederal Tax Deposit
FTDFull Term Delivery
FTDFrance Télévisions Distribution (French broadcasting company)
FTDForgot to Deliver
FTDFixed Term Deposit
FTDFirst to Default
FTDForeign Technology Division
FTDFailure to Deliver (stock market, short selling)
FTDFastest Time of the Day (auto racing)
FTDFast Track Delivery
FTDFollow-Through Day
FTDField Training Detachment
FTDFull-Term Delivery (pregnancy)
FTDFun to Drive
FTDFull Time Dad
FTDFacilitated Transit Document (international relations)
FTDFormal Thought Disorder
FTDFlorist's Transworld Delivery
FTDFeeding Tube Dependency
FTDFort Dearborn Income Securities, Inc. (stock symbol)
FTDFixin' To Die (EMS slang)
FTDFluorescent Tube Display
FTDFreeze to Death
FTDField Test Display
FTDForward Tracking Detector
FTDForward Travel Distance (US Air Force)
FTDFree to Decide (Cranberries song)
FTDFill Thread Database (newsgroups)
FTDFunctional Test Demonstration
FTDFear the Deer
FTDField Technical Demonstration
FTDFusion Target Design
FTDFile Transfer Date
FTDFleet Training Device
FTDFlight Test Division
FTDFresh Tight Designs (website)
FTDFlight Tracking Data
FTDFleet Training Device (US Navy AMTCS program)
FTDFrequency Translation Distortion
FTDFailure Transition Distance
FTDFloral Telegraphic Delivery
FTDFlight Test Diagnostics
FTDFuzzy Torque Distributor
FTDFile Type Doctor (software for Windows Vista)
FTDFinancial Transaction Database
FTDFloor Termination Device (power module)
FTDFreight Traffic Division
FTDField Test Demonstration
FTDFlight Test Direction
FTDForeign Technical Department
FTDFormal Technical Document
FTDFunctional Task Description
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Moreover, other signs of formal thought disorder such as illogicality, concrete thinking, and circumstantiality may occur both in schizophrenia and in individuals with borderline intelligence in absence of psychosis.
While these individuals tended to show primarily negative symptoms, 5 out of 14 (36%) displayed positive features (as measured on the SAPS), (2) mainly bizarre behavior, with one manifesting positive formal thought disorder.
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