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CTCourt
CTCount
CTConnecticut (US postal abbreviation)
CTCentral Time
CTCarat
CTComputed Tomography (imaging technique)
CTContact Time
CTCounter
CTCentral African Republic
CTClinical Trial
CTCommunications Technology
CTComputer Technology
CTCritical Thinking
CTCape Town (South Africa)
CTChristianity Today (magazine)
CTCome Together (Beatles song)
CTCanadian Tire
CTCurrent Transformer
CTClock Tower (computer game)
CTContracting
CTChicago Tribune
CTCommon Terms
CTCanterbury (postcode, United Kingdom)
CTComputerized Tomography
CTControl Techniques (Emerson Electric Company; St. Louis, MO)
CTCensus Tract
CTCombination Therapy
CTCellular Telephone
CTComputerized Axial Tomography (also see CAT; CT is preferred)
CTClassroom Teacher
CTCertification Test
CTCooling Tower
CTClinical Terms
CTChina Town
CTcarton
CTCycle Time
CTChanging Times (journal)
CTCharlize Theron (actress)
CTCognitive Therapy
CTConstant Temperature
CTConnective Tissue
CTCharitable Trust
CTCoffee Time
CTCharge Transfer
CTCarbon Tetrachloride
CTClone Trooper (Star Wars)
CTCross Talk
CTComputer Telephony
CTClock Time
CTCold Turkey
CTCertification Testing
CTConspiracy Theory (movie)
CTCounseling and Testing
CTControl Tower
CTChaos Theory
CTCounterterrorism
CTCigarette Tax (various locations)
CTComité Technique (French: Technical Committee)
CTCore Team
CTCable Tray
CTCalcitonin
CTCounter Terrorist
CTCherished Teddies (Enesco collectible figurines)
CTChrono Trigger (video game)
CTCanada Trust
CTCan't Talk
CTCALTRANS (California Department of Transportation)
CTCountry Team
CTCordless Telephone
CTCrazy Taxi (Dreamcast game)
CTComputer Technician
CTCholera Toxin
CTCoiled Tubing (oil & gas)
CTChannel Tunnel (England/France)
CTConnection Time
CTCombustion Turbine
CTCut Throat
CTCoattails (multi-game guild)
CTCopper Tube
CTCrimp Tool
CTClotting Time (test of blood)
CTComputer Terminal
CTCarboxyl-Terminal
CTComplementary Therapy
CTChemical Test
CTCharge Time (gaming)
CTCalendar Time
CTCrazy Town (band)
CTChris Tucker (actor)
CTCorey Taylor (Slipknot)
CTCorporate Technology
CTCompensatory Time
CTClub Triumph (UK)
CTContact Team
CTCommissario Tecnico (Italian: national's soccer team Head Coach)
CTCocteau Twins (band)
CTCold Tolerance
CTCritical Technology (EU program)
CTCatania, Sicilia (Italian province)
CTCity Temple (Cardiff, UK)
CTCyber Terrorism
CTConformance Testing
CTCable, Test
CTCalf Thymus
CTConflict Transformation
CTCollaborative Tools
CTChemical Terrorism
CTCredit Time (US NIH)
CTCaptain Tsubasa (Japanese comic)
CTCommunication Trench
CTCommunications Technician (AWACS communications position)
CTConning Tower
CTCommunity Title (Australia)
CTControl Task
CTCloud Top
CTChurch Times (UK)
CTControl Transformer
CTCross Traffic
CTCover Test (ophthalmology)
CTControl Telemetry (US DoD)
CTCompetition Tribunal (Canada)
CTColour Television
CTCreative Touring (Lexus)
CTCommission de la Transparence (French healthcare quality-assessment agency)
CTCordless Telecommunications
CTCoal Terminal
CTCenter Thickness (of contact lens)
CTCoat and Tie
CTCipher Text
CTCommunications Terminal
CTColor Transparency
CTCompact Tension (metallurgy)
CTComputer-aided Tomography (less common)
CTCalgary Transit
CTCloud Type
CTContractor Test
CTCenter-Tapped (electrical: transformer)
CTCollecting Tubule
CTCentral Teaching
CTCatechesi Tradendae (On Catechesis in our Time)
CTCommercial Thinning (forestry)
CTCondensed Tannin
CTCommunist Terrorists (British Malayan Conflict)
CTCustomer Test
CTConstitutional Tribunal
CTCeská Televize (Czech Television)
CTContractor Testing
CTContinuation Training
CTCrawler Transporter (NASA)
CTClamp Terminal
CTCreatine Transporter (genetics)
CTCertificate of Teaching
CTCommissioning Team
CTCombined Testing
CTCertificate of Transliteration
CTCombined Trial
CTClassic Trilogy (Star Wars)
CTCazic Thule (Everquest)
CTCable Tunnel
CTCircle Trip (airlines)
CTCum Tempore (Latin: at a later date)
CTCertified Translator (American Translators Association)
CTClear Trunk
CTCable Telemetry
CTCortico-Thalamic
CTCentral Transition
CTCryptologic Technician (formerly Communications Technician; USN Rating)
CTCharlie Tango (ham radio)
CTClient Task
CTCertified Thanatologist
CTCareer Trainee
CTConformance Tester
CTCommand Transmitter
CTCavitation Tunnel
CTChemical Titles (periodical)
CTCombat Trains
CTComparison Text
CTCompatibility Technology
CTCertified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement (Association for Death Education and Counseling)
CTContraterrene (anti-matter, science fiction)
CTCompensation Theorem
CTCoachTrack (coaching software by Eclipse Computing)
CTCard-To-Tape
CTCadet in Training (Texas A&M Corps of Cadets)
CTCoordinated Turn Model
CTChannel Terminator
CTChimney Tray
CTCommon Tier
CTChlamydia Trochomatis
CTConfederation Test
CTConfederation Text
CTCedar Trust
CTCascaded Triplet
CTChiropractic Technologist
CTCognizant Test
CTCognitive Turnover (work psychology)
CTCurve-to-Tangent Point
CTCircular Trunking
CTCreate Tasker
CTCooperative Trust Company of Canada
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References in classic literature ?
(Do we not know that man in moments of emotion expresses himself naturally in the terms of a novelette?) Stroeve was trying to express a feeling which he had never known before, and he did not know how to put it into common terms. He was like the mystic seeking to describe the ineffable.
But in my judgement the common terms that be daily used, be lighter to be understood than the old and ancient English."
The mate then told me that the boatswain had given so good a character of me and my husband, as to our civil behaviour, that he had orders to tell me we should eat with him, if we thought fit, during the whole voyage, on the common terms of passengers; that we might lay in some fresh provisions, if we pleased; or if not, he should lay in his usual store, and we should have share with him.
I had never hoped or expected to see a living lion, tiger, or elephant--using the common terms that were familiar to the ancients, since they seem to me less unwieldy than those now in general use among us--and so it was with sentiments not unmixed with awe that I stood gazing at this regal beast as, above the carcass of his kill, he roared out his challenge to the world.
For there is no common term we could apply to the mimes of Sophron and Xenarchus and the Socratic dialogues on the one hand; and, on the other, to poetic imitations in iambic, elegiac, or any similar metre.
"I say orgies, not because it's the common term, because it ain't -- obsequies bein' the common term -- but because orgies is the right term.
After potential filter terms were selected, we began testing them in Embase by combining them with common terms found in knowledge synthesis papers, such as "network meta analysis," "publication standards," "publication bias," "rapid review," and "guidelines" using the Boolean AND.
(X9) has launched a new project to create a much-needed standardized glossary of common terms and definitions used with Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), the highest-profile example of which is bitcoin, the company said.
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, the head of the government panel, said unilateral ceasefire declarations are hard to enforce because the two sides do not have common terms of references which would define, among others, a buffer zone between soldiers and rebels and identify hostile acts.
A worker wishing to claim equal pay will have to find a "comparator", that is another worker of the opposite sex who is employed by his/her employer working at the same establishment or if s/he works at a different establishment, common terms and conditions of employment should apply to the comparator.
Her topics are teaching can be like this, teaching that looks different, the Common Core explained in common terms, how learning happens, so many ways to learn: what teachers are doing and what students do, power staff development for adult learners, systems change, and explain the learning brain.
Purebreed owners will appreciate the inclusion of slang, nicknames, and common terms as well as technical terms, while chapter organizations by clear topic ('gait', 'working dogs', 'grooming') make for very easy look-ups of any information.