OT

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AcronymDefinition
OTOff Topic (newsgroups, message boards, etc.)
OTOld Testament
OTOccupational Therapy
OTOvertime
OTOther
OTOn Topic
OTOver the Top
OTOffensive Tackle (football)
OTOccupational Therapist
OTOn Tour
OTOn Target
OTOver There
OTOutlined (graphic design)
OTOne Time (action code)
OTOperación Triunfo
OTOut of Town
OTOpen Top (holster)
OTOpen Top
OTOld-Timer
OTOperational Technology
OTOccupied Territory
OTOrdinary Time (Catholicism)
OTOnline Teacher (education)
OTOpen Type (font format)
OTOrtsteil (German: Locality)
OTOriginal Trilogy (Star Wars)
OTOxytocin
OTOregon Trail
OTOil Tank
OTOvertone
OTOperating Thetan (Scientology)
OTOutput Transformer (electronics)
OTOperation Team (various organizations)
OTOther Transactions
OTOliver Twist
OTOil Tempered (chemical process)
OTOrder Type (mathematics)
OTOld Tappan (New Jersey)
OTOptimality Theory (linguistics)
OTOral Testimony
OTOpen Transport (networking)
OTOperating Time
OTOver Travel
OTObject Technology
OTOperation Theater
OTOrganizational Training (Process Area; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
OTOff Treatment (cancer)
OTOverseas Territory
OTOsmium Tetroxide
OTOrder Taker
OTOptical Telescope
OTOmni-Tek (Anarchy Online gaming faction)
OTOhne Text (German: No Text content)
OTOvertemperature
OTOriginal Trainer (Pokemon)
OTOffice of Telecommunications
OTOnegai Teacher (anime)
OTOrientation Tour
OTOff-Tank (gaming)
OTOptical Transceiver
OTObstructing Traffic (traffic law)
OTOberer Totpunkt (German: Top Dead Center)
OTOuachita Trail
OTOrquesta Típica (Spanish: Typical Orchestra)
OTObserving Tool
OTOffice Terminal (GTE)
OTOwnership Transition
OTObserver Trainer (military exercises)
OTOpportunity Taken
OTObserver-Target
OTOkinawa-Te (martial art style)
OTOptical Tracker
OTOrascom Telecom Holding SAE (stock symbol)
OTThe Overthere (Everquest)
OTOregon Trunk Railway
OTNew York to Netherlands West Indies (routing designation; US Navy)
OTOrchestra Toronto (Canada)
OTOrganisasi Terlarang (Indonesian: prohibited organization)
OTOperational Threshold
OTOriginal Tracing
OTOptical Transponder
OTOrbital Telescope
OTOperational Test/ing
OTOrtho Technician
OTOptical Translator
OTOptical Terminator (O/E Land, Inc)
OTOtelco Telecommunications LLC
OTOfficer Trainee/Training
OTCuraçoa to Trinidad (routing designation; US Navy)
OTAruba or Curaçoa to Northwest Africa (routing designation; US Navy)
OT(USN Rating) Ocean Systems Technician
OTOsservatorio Astronomico de Torino (Italian)
References in periodicals archive ?
"We never got the chance to go to a retreat with Frankie because you have to be off treatment to go to one.
Older men with low-risk prostate cancer often are advised to put off treatment in favor of regular monitoring (known as active surveillance) with blood tests, exams, and biopsies.
At the unit, Simon was supported by Teenage Cancer Trust nurses, who explained his condition in simrachael ple terms he could understand, and youth support co-ordinators, who organised events and activities to take his mind off treatment.
This whole experience has brought us closer as a family and we're looking forward to spending Christmas together this year." A year on from his diagnosis, Tracy said Connor is now "on and off treatment" and has been being back on it in the past two weeks.
Beta-cell function (insulin sensitivity paired with beta-cell responses) was assessed by the two-step hyperglycemic clamp at baseline, 12 months (on treatment), and 15 months (3 months off treatment).
Patients who were transplanted "have their life back, are doing well, and are off treatment," Dr.
If she goes off treatment to become pregnant because of the rare birth effects, she is risking her life and the baby," Dr Hiller said.
Regardless, Bayko thinks the panel may want to see longer-term data off treatment that could be addressed by the INS-312 extension, which is no longer referred to as examining the "confirmatory" endpoint, but rather as showing durability of effect.
Some put off treatment because of busy schedules or a fear of bills.
But what many patients may not realize is that putting off treatment in an effort to save money could end up costing them more money, thus perpetuating the cycle they're hoping to avoid in the first place.