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CTGCenter for Technology in Government
CTGComputer Task Group (IT consulting company; Buffalo, NY, USA)
CTGCartridge
CTGCenter for Technology in Government (SUNY, Albany, New York)
CTGCICS Transaction Gateway (IBM)
CTGCenter Theatre Group (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
CTGCentro Turistico Giovanile (Italian: Turistic Center for Young People)
CTGCentro de Tradições Gaúchas (Gaucho Cultural Associations)
CTGControl Techniques Guidelines
CTGCommander, Task Group
CTGCardiotocograph
CTGCouncil for Trade in Goods
CTGCradle-To-Grave
CTGCombustion Turbine Generator
CTGCorporate Technology Group
CTGCoal-to-Gas (energy technology)
CTGComprehensive Technical Group
CTGCartagena, Colombia - Rafael Nunez (Airport Code)
CTGControl Technology Guidelines
CTGCatholic Teachers Gazette (UK)
CTGCentre for Technical Geoscience (Netherlands)
CTGCarrier Task Group (various armed forces)
CTGCore Technical Group
CTGCadet Training Group
CTGClear Tempered Glass
CTGContribution to Growth
CTGConstant Time Gap
CTGCareer Training Guide
CTGCommander's Training Guidance
CTGCasino Table Game
CTGCorporation Test Group
CTGComposite Transportation Group
CTGComputing and Technology Group
CTGClimb to Glory (US Army)
CTGConstrained Taskflow Graph
CTGContingency Target Graphics
CTGCoolant Turbine Generator
CTGCenterless Grind (manufacturing)
CTGCohesion Technophilie Group (Chennai, India)
CTGCyclotouristes Grenoblois (French: Grenoble Cycling; Grenoble, France)
CTGControlling the Game (athletic equipment)
CTGCovenant Transportation Group (various locations)
CTGCampbelltown Theatre Group (Australia)
CTGCentre Technique de Garoua (French: Garoua Technical Center; Garoua, Cameroon)
CTGCanyon Theater Guild (Newhall, CA)
CTGCommunity Transformation Grants (US CDC)
CTGComité du Tourisme Guyanais (French: Guiana Tourism Committee)
CTGCommunication Theory Group (various locations)
CTGCentre Technique Groupe (French: Group Technical Center)
References in classic literature ?
Quickly she slipped a cartridge into each of the chambers of the revolver.
Turning again to the box she rummaged to the bottom and there in a corner she came upon a little box of cartridges.
He missed Mulcachy by inches, as another blank cartridge exploded up his other nostril and as the men with the rope snapped him back so abruptly as almost to break his neck.
In his belt, loaded with blank cartridges, was a revolver.
The cartridges in his weapon were exhausted and the warrior with his razor-edged, gleaming saber was upon him.
I wish we had just about two of them cartridges that's layin' in that cache of ourn," said the second man.
I don't find a good musket, twelve cartridges, and a powder flask very useless in the face of an enemy.
With bated breath she groped beneath the little mound, scarce daring to hope that the treasure remained where she had left it; but, to her infinite relief and joy, her hand came at once upon the barrel of the heavy weapon and then upon the bandoleer of cartridges.
Clips and empty cartridges, tarnished with verdigris, lay on the ground, which, while wet, had been torn up by the hoofs of horses.
I had never seen anything in that trunk but old boots and spurs and pistols, and a fascinating mixture of yellow leather thongs, cartridges, and shoemaker's wax.
Most important of all, in view of the dangers which might surround us, we had our four rifles and one thousand three hundred rounds, also a shot-gun, but not more than a hundred and fifty medium pellet cartridges.
There being no hope of overtaking him, we fired our last cartridges at him.