TTM

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TTMTrailing Twelve Months
TTMTrailing 12 Months (business/finance)
TTMThrough the Mail (autographs)
TTMTESS (Tactical Engagement Simulation System) Training Missile
TTMTime To Market
TTMTargeted Temperature Management (health care)
TTMTraditionelle Thai Massage (German: Traditional Thai Massage)
TTMTrichotillomania (impulse control disorder to pull out one's hair)
TTMThailand Tobacco Monopoly
TTMTranstheoretical Model
TTMTest Traffic Measurements
TTMThai Traditional Medicine (Thailand)
TTMTensile Testing Machine (metallurgy)
TTMTalk To Me
TTMTo the Moon
TTMTelegraphic Transfer Middle Rate (foreign exchange market)
TTMThe Time Machine
TTMTo the Max
TTMTulsa TV Memories
TTMTraditional Tibetan Medicine
TTMTetrathiomolybdate
TTMTrain the Trainers Manual
TTMTheater Transportation Mission
TTMTex to MathML (translator)
TTMThreat Training Manual (US DoD)
TTMTemporary Traffic Management
TTMThe Third Manifesto
TTMTo the Moderator
TTMTimely Topics in Medicine
TTMTam Tam Mandingue
TTMTeman Tapi Mesra (Indonesian song)
TTMTata Motors Inc.
TTMTraining Target Material (US DoD)
TTMTest Traffic Measurement (Service)
TTMTravel and Tourism Management
TTMTable Top Meeting
TTMTecnologie Trasporti Mare (Italian shipping magazine)
TTMTextile Technology Management
TTMTexas Transportation Museum (San Antonio)
TTMTurntablist Transcription Methodology (musical notation)
TTMToyota Tsusho Metals (London, UK)
TTMTotal Therapeutic Management
TTMTri Town Marine (Harrington, ME)
TTMTotal Tumor Mass
TTMTime to Myself
TTMTiming Test Measurement (Symmetricom)
TTMTour of the Tucson Mountains
TTMTrans Thai-Malaysia Ltd (pipeline company)
TTMTennis de Table de Montgermont (French: Montgermont Table Tennis; est. 1983)
TTMTroubleshooting Manual
TTMTest Manual
TTMTaconic Transgenic Models (laboratory animals)
TTMTranquility Training Method
TTMThe Tactile Mind (publisher)
TTMTerrorism Threat Monitor
TTMTime Transfer Message
TTMTommy the Matchmaker
TTMTen Ton Music (UK studio)
TTMTarget Trajectory Mapping
TTMTotal Trust Management
TTMTutor Training Manual
TTMTelescopic Trailer Mast
TTMTiny Tin Men (miniature wargaming blog)
TTMTelecom Test and Measurement
TTMTightrope Technologies Motorsport (Ireland)
TTMTransform-Task Method
TTMTill This Moment
TTMTilting Tumbling Machine
TTMTechnologie Transfer Marburg eV (Germany)
TTMTouching the Monolith (podcast)
TTMTransition and Transformation Methodology (various organizations)
TTMTactical Tasking Message
TTMTarget Threat Manager
TTMTactical Target/ing Material
TTMTiny Task Manager
TTMThrough Transmissive Media Modules
TTMTransceiver Timing Module
TTMTelstar Tecnologia Mecánica SL (Spain)
TTMThe True Maker
TTMTime Transfer Modem
TTMTrue for Transactional Modeling
TTMTest Tube Miller (laboratory device)
TTMTime-Triggered Methods
TTMTechnical Task Manager
TTMTimber Stringer--Metal Deck (engineering)
References in classic literature ?
Consequently, at the moment of firing the visual radius applied to the moon will describe, with the vertical line of the place, an angle of sixty-four degrees.
The agency hopes to begin sending four-astronaut crews to the moon in 2020.
NASA estimates it will cost $104 billion to return astronauts to the moon by 2018.
Five years earlier, Belbruno had used the dynamics of the three-body problem to design a hypothetical 2-year trajectory that rode gravitational currents from Earth to the moon without requiring fuel.
In fact, it was only after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 that we learned that the Soviets had tried to send a cosmonaut to the moon, but the rockets repeatedly failed in preliminary tests.
Even as the idea of returning to the moon kindles scientists' hopes for a new era of lunar science, President Bush's vision may relegate basic science to a back seat.
YES Returning to the moon is an exciting, reachable goal.
He said he doesn't remember the week prior to the moon landing but awoke and saw events unfolding on the television in his ward.
If you've considered moving to the moon, leave the water bottles at home.
missions to the moon followed, the last one in 1972.