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CTD

On drawings, abbr. for “coated.”
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The ATC-1 judge, however, allowed seven-day physical remand and ordered the CTD to produce them again on March 22.
The terrorists were planning from a major terror attack in the city but timely action foiled the bid, the CTD sources said 4
Last month CTD Sindh Police and Rangers paramilitary force claim to have arrested 16 suspected militants, belonging to banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), during joint operations.
According to CTD, the man identified as Muhammad Yasir was taken into custody near Larma camp and belongs to Bajaur Agency.
The CTD team recovered 4 kg explosive material, 4 detonators,
To support the scientific community's need for centralization and integration of exposure data into a broader biological framework, we expanded core CTD content to include exposure data, specifically within the context of chemical stressors and human receptors.
masked to the presence or absence of CTD, outlined the fragments of tissue on each slide, automatically generated the fragment area (in pixels), and summed the total tissue area per slide.
Our expansion last year let us enhance our workflow and methods in our machining facility, making it easier and less costly to build quality into our saws," said CTD President Tom Orlando.
CTD refers to a family of injuries or symptoms that gradually hinder hand movement as a result of performing repetitive tasks.
Department of Labor estimated that approximately 8% of all occupational injuries and illnesses were related to CTD.
According to a CTD spokesman, the suspects, Aslam Khan and Saleem Khan were arrested in a raid.