CTTF

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AcronymDefinition
CTTFCounter Terrorism Task Force (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation; Singapore)
CTTFCall to the Faithful (band)
CTTFCitywide Traffic Task Force (New York Police Department; New York, NY)
CTTFCounty Transportation Trust Fund (Florida)
CTTFCommonwealth Table Tennis Federation (New Delhi, India)
CTTFConditional Tasking Trigger Feedback
CTTFCommon TTEC and Test Framework
CTTFCompost Tea Task Force (National Organic Standards Board)
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THERE may not be a Catholic vote but there is a "Catholic effort." Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile yesterday reminded reproductive health advocates who say there is no such thing as a Catholic vote that it was Jaime Cardinal Sin's call to the faithful that brought the people out to Edsa in droves against Ferdinand Marcos in 1986.
"Our message is a call to the faithful and all who support soul-searching followed by a mutual asking for forgiveness," said Archbishop Jozef Michalik to Agence France Presse.
Sergeant, who took over at Parc y Scarlets in the summer, has issued a rallying call to the faithful ahead of the last two games of a disappointing Magners League campaign.
In the splendour of St Peter's Basilica, Benedict marked the birth of Jesus with a call to the faithful to help children denied the love of their parents and those exploited across the world.
CALL TO THE FAITHFUL: Queueing to get into the huge marquee at Preston Hall and (left) Boro star George Boateng on stage talking about his faith with John Burns, pastor of Yarm Vineyard Church Pictures by Ian Cooper
Getting rid of the old Clause 4 of the Labour Party constitution should have been a massive wake-up call to the faithful, and yet the only way we will get rid of the curse of New Labour is by losing a general election.