PATD

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AcronymDefinition
PATDPanic at the Disco (band)
PATDProfessional Association for Technical Diving
PATDPassing Touchdowns (football)
PATDPost Advanced Trial Dog (dog training)
PATDPhiladelphia Area Tennis District (Pennsylvania)
PATDPay Attention to Details
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The mission of the BOB Awards is to find the Granite State's exceptional businesses: the ones that offer the best service and pay attention to details, that have the most helpful and eager employees.
During the conference call we would pay attention to details on further interest rate dynamics, a potential provisions release, the DR placement, and privatization.
Paidia is showing kids how to communicate, how to solve problems, pay attention to details, and then apply strategies and principles to their daily lives.
it will demonstrate that you pay attention to details and take great care with your relationships.
* Pay attention to details, and avoid distractions.
In our work, it is essential that we pay attention to details and take risk management into account in all of our actions.
"We must concentrate every day and pay attention to details because we've done well most of the time against the top teams but lost too many points against the others.
They're not threatened by strong women, and they're usually very in touch with their feelings and pay attention to details. I've always had an affinity with gay men."
Saunders said it's important to pay attention to details when starting a new business.
I pay attention to details but still think about the general impression.
The father taught the growing boy to pay attention to details. The boy-cum-writer certainly does pay attention in his writing to the minutiae of geographical space, especially locations in the neighborhoods of Paris.
* Pay attention to details. Metellus suggests purchasing only lined garments "because you don't want the tanning to rub off on your clothes." Regardless of the product, "make sure the stitching is not sloppy."