TOAD


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AcronymDefinition
TOADTheory of a Deadman (band)
TOADTony Orlando and Dawn (pop music group)
TOADTool for Oracle Application Development
TOADTool for Oracle Application Developers (Quest Software)
TOADTobyhanna Army Depot
TOADTeraHertz Optical Asymmetric Demultiplexer (IEEE)
TOADToggle Only Actuated Device
TOADTemporarily on Academic Duty
TOADTemporary, Obsolete, Abandoned or Derelict
TOADTake Off and Die (surfing slang)
TOADThe Open Acronym Database
TOADTactical Operator And Driver
TOADTabulation Of Approvals & Disapprovals
TOADTDL Open API Design
TOADTerahertz Optical Asymmetric De-Multiplexer
References in classic literature ?
Little green toad whose leg doth twist, Go to the corner of which you wist, And bring to me the large old kist.
And the little toad went and brought out a great chest.
In the evening, when she had washed up and was ready, she felt in her pocket and found the three nuts which the old toad had given her.
The toads were all freed, and were beautiful King's children, running about for joy.
Tickling a fat toad who is not highly sensitive is an amusement that it is possible to exhaust, and Tom by and by began to look round for some other mode of passing the time.
Lecount; they were tenderly interested in everything she looked at -- in Magdalen, in the toad on the rock-work, in the back-yard view from the window; in her own plump fair hands, -- which she rubbed softly one over the other while she spoke; in her own pretty cambric chemisette, which she had a habit of looking at complacently while she listened to others.
For want of a nobler object to attack, it took the direction of the toad.
All the Subjects died but this quiet little fellow -- this nice little toad.
Yet with this high temperature, almost every beetle, several genera of spiders, snails, and land-shells, toads and lizards were all lying torpid beneath stones.
The art of depicting nature as it is seem by toads.
I don't say there are not toads in the dungeons," replied Baisemeaux.
And he seized hold of the creeping-plants, and the roots of trees--climbed up the moist stones where the water-snakes were writhing and the toads were croaking--and he gained the summit before the sun had quite gone down.