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AcronymDefinition
CTDContinued
CTDConductivity/Temperature/Depth
CTDCrash to Desktop
CTDCumulative Trauma Disorder
CTDCourt Decision (IRB)
CTDCrash Test Dummies (band)
CTDCheaper Than Dirt
CTDCummins Turbo Diesel
CTDCubital Tunnel Syndrome
CTDControl of Tropical Diseases (WHO division)
CTDCorporate Travel Department
CTDComposite Technology Development, Inc. (Lafayette, CO)
CTDCounter Terrorism Division (online gaming squad)
CTDCentral Tracking Detector
CTDCounter-Top Display
CTDCertified TestStand Developer (National Instruments Corporation)
CTDCollective Training Directorate (US Army Combined Arms Center-Training)
CTDCarpal Tunnel Decompression
CTDContract-to-Date
CTDCoastally-Trapped Disturbance (weather)
CTDCost-To-Date
CTDContinuity Tone Detector
CTDCold Temperature/Dry
CTDChlorine, Temperature and Depth (salinity measurement instrument)
CTDCumulative to Date
CTDContent Theft Deterrent (General Motors)
CTDChaotic Time Dependence
CTDCritical Technology Development
CTDCentral Thickened Discharge (mining)
CTDCapital Transfer Duty
CTDContactless Transfer Device
CTDChangling: the Dreaming (game)
CTDCommander's Tactical Display
CTDCyber-Transmitted Disease (computer virus)
CTDCross-Track Deviation
CTDCorrection to Document
CTDCommercial Training Device
CTDCadet Training Division
CTDCure Through Depth (ultraviolet curing applications)
CTDConformance Test Document
CTDCold Temperature Difference (air compressors)
CTDClothing & Textiles Directorate
CTDControlled Time Delay
CTDCommon Tactical Database
CTDCore Transport Design (Sprint)
CTDCommon Tactical Display
CTDConnection Time Delay
CTDContractual Test Dependency
CTDConstant Time Delay
CTDCommon Tactical Dataset (GCCS)
CTDCoalition of Texans with Disabilities
CTDCoated
CTDCell Transfer Delay
CTDCharge Transfer Device
CTDCircling The Drain
CTDCircuit Theory Department
CTDClose That Door
CTDCitizens for True Democracy
CTDConcept and Technology Development
CTDContrôle Technique Delinselle (French electical installation company)
CTDCubier Transports Déménagements (French moving company)
CTDCréation-Tendance-Découverte (French printing company)
CTDComparative Toxicogenomics Database
CTDCombat Tracker Dog
CTDConnective Tissue Disease
CTDClose to Death
CTDC-Terminal Domain
CTDCommon Technical Document
CTDCommission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (Florida DOT)
CTDCartridge Tape Drive
CTDContrôle Technique Développement (French: Technology Development Control)
CTDConcept Technology Demonstration
CTDContrat Territorial de Développement (French: Territorial Development Contract)
CTDCarboxyl-Terminal Domain
CTDConseil en Technologies Durables (French: Sustainable Technology Consulting)
CTDConductivity, Temperature and Depth (salinity measurement)
CTDCommission Technique Départementale (French: Departmental Technical Committee)
CtdChartered
CTDCenter for Talent Development
CTDCheapest To Deliver
CTDContract Termination Date (Sprint)
CTDCareer to Date
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We all know the issue of the struggle,” continued Marmaduke, disregarding both.
Pierre looked solemnly at his audience over his spectacles and continued.
Graham," said I,' he continued, shaking his head as he spoke, '"these are terrible reports
I find myself," Wingrave continued thoughtfully, "in a somewhat unique position.
Indeed," continued Barbicane, "when the invisible face receives at the same time light and heat from the sun, it is because the moon is new; that is to say, she is situated between the sun and the earth.
Monsieur," continued the prisoner, "I am the Abbe Faria, born at Rome.
That is a gracious favor," continued Mazarin, "granted to a dying man, and which will render death less painful to him.
he continued, addressing a gloomy looking warrior in his own tongue, and making a motion with his arm that at the same time directed his attention to the naturalist and the meek Asinus.
The very same," I groaned, "there is no mistake; and now," I continued, "I want you to sell me that petticoat and those stockings," and I took a couple of sovereigns from my purse.
Surely," continued Charlotte, in a low tone to her friend, "George had better not play, looking so ill as he does.
Hunt and his party continued up the course of the Wind River, to the distance of about eighty miles, crossing and recrossing it, according to its windings, and the nature of its banks; sometimes passing through valleys, at other times scrambling over rocks and hills.
Seeing that,' he continued, 'one may, in awkward circumstances, or in a troublesome position, have one's doublet on one's shoulder, and not desire to take one's doublet off - '"