RTD

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AcronymDefinition
RTDReturned to Duty (US DoD)
RTDRegional Transportation District
RTDReady to Drink
RTDRichmond Times-Dispatch
RTDRated
RTDResistance Temperature Detector
RTDRetired (sports)
RTDRight to Die (various locations)
RTDReason to Drive
RTDRussell T Davies (TV writer)
RTDReal-Time Data
RTDRound Table Discussion (various organizations)
RTDReal Time Data
RTDReal Time Devices
RTDReal Time Design
RTDRun Time Distribution
RTDReal Time Display
RTDReal Time Decoder
RTDReal Time Desktop
RTDResearch, Technological Development
RTDResearch and Technology Development
RTDRapid Transit District
RTDRadioactive Threat Detection
RTDResidence Time Distribution
RTDReturn to Duty
RTDResistance Temperature Device
RTDRound-Trip Delay
RTDRoad Transport Department
RTDReal-Time Display
RTDReady to Die (gaming clan)
RTDResonant-Tunneling Diode
RTDRetail to Date (sales)
RTDRight to Development
RTDRecord Type Definition
RTDRoad Traffic Directorate (various locations)
RTDRound Table Deutschland
RTDRapid Test Designer
RTDReal Time Dispatch
RTDRefugee Travel Document
RTDRail Transportation Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
RTDRadiodiffusion Télévision de Djibouti
RTDReconfigurable Tactile Display
RTDRio Tinto Diamonds
RTDResistive Thermal Device
RTDResource Teacher of the Deaf
RTDRecherches Techniques Dentaires (French: Dental Research Techniques; est. 1968)
RTDRenal Tubular Dysgenesis (aka Primitive Renal Tubule Syndrome)
RTDResearch and Technology Division
RTDRule the Day
RTDRome Transit Department
RTDRice Tungro Disease
RTDReproductive Toxicology Division
RTDRentthedress.com (bridal store)
RTDRöntgen Technischer Dienst GmbH (German)
RTDResearch and Technology Directorate (NASA)
RTDReutilization/Transfer/Donation
RTDResistance Thermal Detector
RTDRegistered Time-to-Degree (National Research Council)
RTDRadiation and Technology Demonstration (NASA mission)
RTDReal-Time Defrag
RTDRappelle Toi Demain (French: Remember You Tomorrow; band)
RTDRotation Tour Date (USMC)
RTDResistant Temperature Device
RTDRoll to Dodge (gaming)
RTDReturn To Dominance
RTDRussell's Theory of Descriptions
RTDReal Time Driver
RTDRadio-Technology-Dependent
RTDReal Time Distributor
RTDResident Training Detachment
RTDResidual Thermal Damage
RTDRequirement to Discontinue
RTDRule the Dark
RTDRoll the Die
RTDRecent Trends in Dynamics
RTDReceiver-Transmitter Device
RTDReal Tape Drive
RTDReturn to Desktop
RTDRubber Tired Dozer
RTDRecruit Training Depot
RTDRemote Terminal, Display
RTDReferee Technical Decision (boxing)
RTDResubmission Turn-around Document
RTDReplacement Training Division
RTDRights in Technical Date
RTDReactor Technology Department (Savannah River Laboratory)
RTDRobert the Doll (Florida ghost tour and museum piece)
References in classic literature ?
And God made two great Lights, great for thir use To Man, the greater to have rule by Day, The less by Night alterne: and made the Starrs, And set them in the Firmament of Heav'n To illuminate the Earth, and rule the Day In thir vicissitude, and rule the Night, And Light from Darkness to divide.
We will allow justice, facts, science to rule the day," the younger Batocabe said.
As technology evolves away from in-house function to outsourced software and online access, training is going to rule the day. Firms in these arenas are going to have to perform better at teaching the software--and not charging exhorbitantly for the honor of learning how to use their product.
Do not allow discouragement, fear, or failure to rule the day. Approach each relationship with a spirit of encouragement, faith, and opportunity.
This may have the effect of helping developers and consumers avoid protracted and costly litigation and foster a balanced, equitable market where compromise and conciliation rule the day.
As in the past, personal smears will rule the day and I will be defamed from all secular directions." Because of his fight, he writes, "I've paid the price, and so have those around me, because the amount of hatred directed my way is staggering."
A Flamethrower, by contrast, is someone who declines to stand silently while past mistakes are repeated or unintended results are allowed to rule the day.
"When you get into risk aversion in my world, time, tenure and a safe pair of hands tend to rule the day."
He said: "This direct challenge to you, to your Government and to the state - organised crime must not rule the day in this country."
And when his preemptive strikes rule the day, how do we know which came first, Palestinian strikes or Israeli strikes?
Gut feelings tend to rule the day and without giving my allegiances away I think Liverpool will just edge the day,probably 2-1(10/1 Ladbrokes)or 3-2 (28/1 generally).
So they won't get as cold in winter, or as hot in summer as leather or vinyl." And while the folks from Milliken envision this fabric covering the interiors of "extreme" SUVs, and being washed off after a hard day kayaking or climbing mountains, it's just as likely FXC will find its way into minivans and similar vehicles where juice, food, and other extreme-in-their-own-way contaminants rule the day.