TTD

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AcronymDefinition
TTDTotal to Date
TTDTrinidad and Tobago Dollar (Currency Unit, ISO)
TTDTemporary Total Disability (insurance term)
TTDTrash The Dress
TTDThings To Do
TTDTransport Tycoon Deluxe (video game)
TTDTirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (administrative board for Lord Venkateshwara Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh State, India)
TTDTirumala Tirupati Devasthanams
TTDTerence Trent D'Arby (singer)
TTDTop Thrill Dragster (Cedar Point, OH)
TTDTransportation Trades Department (AFL-CIO)
TTDTrichothiodystrophy
TTDTrue-Time Delay
TTDThought Translation Device
TTDTime to Die (gaming clan)
TTDTime-To-Degree (National Research Council)
TTDTic Tac Dough (TV show)
TTDTactical Terrain Data
TTDTo the Dome (gaming clan)
TTDToilet Tissue Dispenser
TTDTime to Deliver (computer science)
TTDThickened Tailings Disposal (mining)
TTDTemporary Travel Document
TTDTerminal Temperature Difference
TTDtechnical task directive (US DoD)
TTDTruncated Temporal Differences (artificial intelligence)
TTDTickled to Death (band)
TTDTouch Tone Dialing
TTDTransformation Technology Directorate
TTDTested to Destruction
TTDTime Till Death
TTDTrue Til Death (straight edge saying)
TTDThis Thread Delivers
TTDTotal Time of Dive
TTDTechnical Training Device
TTDTank Training Devices
TTDThere's the Door
TTDTowed Torpedo Detector
TTDThe Transportation Directory
TTDTeuf Teuf Douessin (French automobile club; est. 1985)
TTDTiny Tom Donuts (Vaughan, Ontario, Canada)
TTDTake that Dude
TTDTeacher Training Department
References in periodicals archive ?
Structural and molecular hair abnormalities in trichothiodystrophy.
A mutation in the XPB/ERCC3 DNA repair transcription gene, associated with trichothiodystrophy.
In the June 27 online issue of Nature Genetics, researchers at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) report that technology developed at the ISB and applied in a new way to yeast has led to an important new insight that could explain the molecular mechanism of Trichothiodystrophy, a rare human disease.