CUD

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CUDCommunauté Urbaine de Dunkerque (French: Urban Community of Dunkirk; Dunkirk, France)
CUDCommission Universitaire pour le Développement (French: University Commission for Development; Belgium)
CUDCall User Data
CUDCoalition for Unity and Democracy
CUDCannabis Use Disorder
CUDCenter for Universal Design
CUDCreate, Update, Delete (computer programming)
CUDCall User Data (X.25)
CUDConnected Urban Development
CUDCoefficient d'Utilisation Digestive (French: Digestibility Coefficient)
CUDCursor Down
CUDCarnitine Uptake Defect
CUDCommon User Database (US DoD)
CUDCircuit under Diagnosis (electrical engineering)
CUDCombating Underage Drinking
CUDChulalongkorn University Demonstration School
CUDChaussée Urbaine Démontable (French: Removable Urban Roadway)
CUDCertified Usable Design (trademark of Human Factors International)
CUDCompilation Unit Data
CUDCanadian University in Dubai (UAE)
CUDComplete Upper Denture
CUDClemson University Drumline
CUDCzech Union of Draughts
CUDCustom Union Decision (Turkey)
CUDCarpal-Ulnar Distance
CUDContinuously Updating Display
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Sustainable transit options become more viable through the deployment of "urban citizenship engagement points" (Connected Urban Development, no date a) that allow for personalized planning of bus routes, carpooling, and bicycle rental.
Early this year Birmingham became the only city in the UKto be invited to join the international "Connected Urban Development (CUD) program, by former US President Bill Clinton and global IT giant Cisco.
The Connected Urban Development (CUD) programme, part of the Clinton Initiative, will give Birmingham free access to CISCO developers who will help the city develop "smart" homes and communities.
The "Connected Urban Development (CUD)" programme will give Birmingham free access to CISCO developers who will help the city develop "smart" homes and communities.