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PTDPainted (architectural)
PTDPokemon Tower Defense
PTDPermanent Total Disability (insurance term)
PTDPrevention through Design (various organizations)
PTDProperty Tax Division
PTDPage Table Directory
PTDPower Transmission and Distribution
PTDPre-Trial Diversion (prosecution program; various locations)
PTDParticipatory Technology Development
PTDPackage Travel Directive (EU)
PTDProtein Transduction Domain
PTDPublic Trust Doctrine
PTDProfessional Truck Driver
PTDPolskiego Towarzystwa Dysleksji (Polish: Polish Dyslexia Association)
PTDPositive Tone Development (lithography)
PTDProtected Trust Deed (debt arrangement; Scotland, UK)
PTDProduct Transfer Document (regulations)
PTDProvisioning Technical Documentation
PTDPeriod to Date
PTDPhysical Theory of Diffraction
PTDPeople These Days
PTDPaper Towel Dispenser
PTDPrice to Dealer
PTDParallel Transfer Disk Drive
PTDPostal and Telegraph Department (Burma)
PTDPathway to Discovery
PTDPersonal Trusted Device (First Access)
PTDPaid-To Date
PTDPre Term Delivery
PTDPost Tour Depression
PTDProject Task Description (various organizations)
PTDPersonal Transport Dinosaur (gaming slang)
PTDPlant Test Date (telecommunications)
PTDPortland Technology Development (Intel)
PTDPrior to Doc (loans)
PTDPayable Through Draft (banking)
PTDProduct Testing Division
PTDPilot to Dispatcher
PTDPage Table Descriptor
PTDPacket Transfer Delay
PTDProbable Toxic Dose
PTDPhased Threat Distribution
PTDPalmeiras Todo Dia (Brazilian soccer team Palmeiras' fan site)
PTDPercutaneous Transhepatic Drainage (biology)
PTDProject on Transitional Democracies (political advocacy group)
PTDPersonal Therapy Device (wellness product)
PTDPick to Display (PictureView)
PTDPen-Tele Data
PTDPortable Top Drive (drilling rigs/platforms)
PTDPermission to Drop (university)
PTDPacket Telecommand Decoder (aerospace engineering)
PTDPartial Transfer Delivery (brokerage)
PTDPage Turning Device (Stargate SG-1)
PTDPanhandle Transit District (Texas)
PTDProvisional Technical Documentation
PTDProceed To Dial
PTDPost Traumatic Disease
PTDProgrammer Test Description
PTDPersonnel Technologies Directorate
PTDPulse Train Discriminator (engineering)
PTDPreliminary Training Development
PTDProcess Technology Department
PTDParking Ticket Device
PTDPreemptive Threat Defense (Preventsys)
PTDProceed to Dismissal
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As a result, the two garbage haulers who serve Florence don't need any city or state permission to drop plastics.
The first is that Collins's voice of dissent gave other senators permission to drop their combative stances and make an honest effort to find common ground.
Attorney General GE Vahanwati had said government was committed to its assurance given to the Portuguese court and sought the apex court's permission to drop the additional charges framed against Salem by the trial court.
Shortly before the plane lost contact with air traffic controllers, the pilot had asked permission to drop from an altitude of 10,000 feet (about 3,000 meters) to 6,000 feet.
The jet dropped off the radar 21 minutes later, immediately after the crew asked air traffic control for permission to drop from 10,000 feet to 6,000 feet (3,000 meters to 1,800 meters), said Daryatmo, chief of the national search and rescue agency.
The "20 is plenty" scheme in Staffordshire was used to cut speeds during the school run last year, one of the first areas in the country to be given permission to drop limits.
State Farm's rate hike also comes four months after the state gave the carrier permission to drop various policy discounts, except wind mitigation discounts, that could increase premiums as much as 28.
Our disciplinary department's view, having taken counsel's advice, is that Paul Doe isn't in breach of the running and riding rules and therefore they will be asking the disciplinary panel for permission to drop the charge.
A SOLDIER accused of murdering an Iraqi civilian was due in the Royal Courts of Justice in London today to hear prosecution lawyers apply for permission to drop the case.
He was denied permission to drop his weapon but was told to mark the target and return for a second look.
At the same High Court hearing, the Government was also given permission to drop civil action and lift an injunction against the Mail on Sunday which published Shayler's secret service allegations.